Mark C. Poloncarz, Erie County Executive

Mark C. Poloncarz,
Erie County Executive 

Mark has served as your County Executive since 2012. His top priority is to provide the services the public demands in a fiscally responsible manner. Please contact Mark if you need assistance with county services or to make your voice heard.

What's Happening with the County Executive
9/20/22
Attendees encouraged to bring their resume, be prepared for on-site interviews on Sept. 28
9/19/22
Latex paint, alkaline batteries among the items to be collected on Oct. 8
9/15/22

“The True Cost of Child Care: Erie County NY, Phase Two” research project produces final report; collaboration between Live Well Erie Emergency Child Care Task Force and Cornell University ILR Buffalo Co-Lab

 

Phase two report finds dearth of licensed child care providers in Erie County, declining child care workforce despite widespread need; low wages, lack of health care result in fewer workers

 

Loss of affordable, quality child care options for employees hamstrings local businesses; report calls for federal action, identifies potential steps forward for Erie County

9/15/22
Poloncarz administration has invested over $48 million in capital projects since 2012; Five new inclusive playgrounds planned, shelter and comfort station restorations and renovations, parking lots and amenities improved countywide thanks to long-term strategic planning
9/13/22

Centers in Newstead, Aurora, Boston, Clarence, Colden, Collins, Concord, Depew, Elma, City of Lackawanna, Lancaster, North Collins, Orchard Park, City of Tonawanda, and West Seneca receive improvements to modernize, provide a safer environment for seniors

 

Erie County Executive Poloncarz, Congressman Higgins Visit City of Tonawanda Senior Center   

9/13/22
Erie County Senior Services’ Lifelong Learning Program Offers Free Online AND In-Person Content FALL 2022 semester will be in session from October 3rd thru December 9th
9/12/22

 

Poloncarz Administration’s Broadband Initiative Envisions nearly 400 Miles of New Fiber Optic Infrastructure Across Erie County

 

Organizational meeting includes adoption of by-laws, mission statement, organizational resolution