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The Village of Alden is located on the eastern border of Erie County approximately 20 miles east of Buffalo. Incorporated in 1869, the Village of Alden is a rural/residential community with a population of 2605 -Census 2010.

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NOTICE VILLAGE RESIDENTS

The quarterly water and sewer bills were mailed out on August 1st and are due without penalty by August 28, 2019. If you haven’t received your blue post card bill in the mail, please contact the Village Office at 937-9216 X110.

2019 Erie County Household Hazardous Waste Collection Events

 September 14 – Concord October 5 – Buffalo For information call 858-6800 or www.erie.gov/recycling

bulk trash pick up date

FALL: Monday, September 30, 2019

Spring: Monday, April 27, 2020

Village Water Information

While extensive information is posted on the village website (www2.erie.gov/village_alden/ the mayor and board of trustees welcome any opportunity to meet with residents who have questions about village water quality, cost or finances. Please contact the village clerk at 937-9216 x110 for an appointment.

Reflective Address Markers

Did you know the Alden Hook and Ladder Fire Company sells reflective address markers? Only $15 for the marker, installation and post are included for free. Order yours today, it may help save your life, or someone you love. If the fire company cannot find you, they can’t help you. Pick up your order forms at the Village Hall, 13336 Broadway.

Village Board Meetings

The Village Board meetings are held on the second and fourth Tuesday of each month.  The next meetings of the Alden Village Board will be held on Tuesday, August 27,   work session 6:30 pm, board meeting 7:30 pm.  Thank you.

Village Crosswalks

There are three designated village crosswalk that intersect Broadway at Westcott, Emerson and Church St. State law requires drivers must yield the right-of-way to pedestrians, particularly if a pedestrian is in a crosswalk. This law is in effect all year long, even when the signs are not in the roadway. Thank you.