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Franklinville, NY

Welcome to Franklinville, NYFranklinville is located on New York State Route 16 approximately 50 miles south of Buffalo, New York. We are nestled in the foothills of the Allegany Mountains. Our town was first settled around 1806, first settled by Joseph McClure. The Town of Franklinville was established in 1824 from the Town of Olean. Our Village was incorporated in 1874. The central core of our village is on the National Register of Historic Places.
Latest News
Village Finance Committee Meeting-Seeking Members
Posted Friday, February 23rd 2018

We are pleased to announce the inaugural meeting for the Finance Committee has been scheduled. If you are interested in investigating and pursuing financial sources to fund projects that benefit the village, please join Mayor Soulvie and Trustee Pockey Thursday March 8th, 6:30PM at the Maple Haven Restaurant.

 

The hours for the Town Assessor have been changed to 8:30 am to 12:30 on Tuesdays.
Posted Wednesday, February 21st 2018

The Assessor, Ms. Bobbi Elderkin, is the assessor for the Towns of Franklinville and Lyndon.  She can be reached at 716-676-3077, extension 2.  Mail may be directed to her at 11 Park Square, PO Box 146, Franklinville, New York 14737.  The drop box at the top of the stairs may be used to deliver information to the Assessor.  Please place all information in an envelope with your name, address and telephone number so you may be contacted, if needed.

Please be reminded that the Town of Franklinville has a bonding law
Posted Wednesday, February 21st 2018

The bonding law that requires a bond or financial security be purchased for all those who use a vehicle with a gross weight of 4 tons or more on Town roads.  Pursuant to the Vehicle and Traffic Law, Title 8, Article 41, Sections 1660 (11), the Town Board has the authority to temporarily exclude on any portion of any town highway, any vehicle of the gross weight of four (4) tons or more when in the Town Board’s opinion, such highway would be materially injured by the operation of any such vehicle thereon.

The Highway Superintendent shall have the authority to require the posting of a bond or other financial security when the vehicle has a gross weight of over 4 tons or more.  The Board gives the Highway Superintendent the authority to issue permits allowing the use of an excluded road upon the posting of a bond or other financial security.

To obtain a bond for use of a Town Road, contact the Highway Superintendent, Terry McClory at 716-676-5847 for details. 

Case Lake, Franklinville, NY
Evening View at Case Lake

Town of Franklinville
11 Park Square
P.O. Box 146
Franklinville, NY 14737
Phone: 716-676-3077

Village of Franklinville
19 Pennsylvania Avenue
Franklinville, NY 14737
Phone: 716-676-3010

Local Links:

- Franklinville Central School
- Cattaraugus County
- Visit Cattaraugus County
- New York State Website
- Southern Tier West
- Cattaraugus Co. Airport
- Blount Library

WNY Maple Festival

Tree City USA since 1985

Franlinville Snowmobile Club
Creekside Round-Up



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