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Due to the COVID-19 - 6/12/20 -Town of Clarence Departments are now open to the public, we do encourage you to make an appointment when possible. Masks must be worn when you come in.  The Town Hall also has a drop box for mail or payments to the right of the front door.  
Clarence Town Court office is open but limited-see website for further information or call 716-741-8948  
The Clarence Youth Bureau and Recreation Departments are closed until further notice.  Town Pool is not open this year.
  All Town Board, Planning Board Meetings, Zoning Board, etc. will be cancelled - unless agendas are posted on the website and  work sessions may be held via zoom
Erie County COVID-19 Hotline- 716-858-2929- high call volume-expect waits, Please do not ask hypothetical questions.   NYS Dept of Health - 1-888-364-3065 
                                                   Stay Safe - reminder Social Distancing is important right now! 

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2020 Halloween

"Trick or Treat" night for Town of Clarence is on Halloween 10/31/20 from 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm Per the NYS CDC and Erie County guidelines -wear your mask (COVID) and social distance.


We are currently accepting proposals for sale of Town Property at 10871 Main St.


Mulch is available for Town of Clarence Residents at our Highway Department.  Please note that is is hand loading onl

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Procurement Policy - revised 1/1/2020

8/18/20 - REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL -  Property at 10871 Main Street 
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