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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.

New York state law requires that dogs older than 4 months of age be licensed. If your dog or dogs are not currently licensed, see the Town Clerk to obtain licensing. If you no longer have a licensed dog, please notify the Town Clerk to ensure you are not notified to license in the future. By local law, ALL DOGS must be leashed in the Village and Town of Franklinville.

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Town Residents - Snow Removal
Posted Monday, December 10th 2018

Town Residents - please be reminded of Local Law 2-1999 entitled "A Local Law Regulating Snow Removal"

No person, firm or corporation shall plow, shovel, sweep or pile snow, ice or other materials or permit or cause any snow, ice or other materials to be deposited in or on any street, right of way or public highway in the Town of Franklinville so as to interfere with the safety and convenience of public travel, the snow removal operations of the Town of Franklinville Highway Department, or the drainage system servicing Town highways.  

Thank you in advance for your cooperation!

New York State Conference of Mayors Unveils 2019 State Budget Priorities
Posted Tuesday, November 27th 2018


New York State Conference of Mayors and Municipal Officials
For immediate release
November 19, 2018
Media Contact: Matt Hamilton (518) 570-0430 or (518) 326-6400
New York State Conference of Mayors unveils
2019 state budget priorities
As state officials craft the 2019-20 budget, more than 80 city and
village officials, including 50 mayors, call for increased State
investment in their communities
ALBANY – More than 80 city and village officials, including 50
mayors, from across New York State converged on Albany on
Monday to discuss the New York State Conference of Mayors’
priorities for the upcoming 2019 Legislative Session.
“Whether it’s clean water, garbage pick-up or public safety, cities
and villages are responsible for providing essential services that New
Yorkers rely on,” said Gary McCarthy, president of NYCOM and
mayor of the City of Schenectady. “Today, mayors and officials from
around the state are sending a clear message to state leaders that
we stand ready to be your partner so that we can strengthen our
communities and in turn, our state.”
“From infrastructure to tax structure, there are many challenges
facing local governments in New York State,” said Peter Baynes,
executive director of NYCOM. “NYCOM will continue to try to work
with state leaders to ensure that all cities and villages receive the
attention from the state that they need and deserve.”
In the spirit of partnership, NYCOM is proposing a new $100 million
Municipal Investment Initiative that would provide need-based funding to
cities, villages and towns while incorporating the kinds of shared services
and economic development that municipalities have done for years into
each region’s strategic vision. To that end, NYCOM ties this state funding to
municipalities completing multi-year financial plans, engaging in efforts to
encourage economic growth and working collaboratively to accomplish
goals set by the Regional Economic Development Councils.
At the same time, existing state programs aimed at addressing
transportation and water and sewer infrastructure have begun to
make a difference, but significant local needs remain. The
Consolidated Highway Improvement Program (CHIPS) is an
important tool that assists local governments with the cost of
construction, reconstruction and improvement of local highways, bridges and highwayrailroad
crossings. NYCOM supports increasing CHIPS funding in order to ensure that critical
resources continue on a recurring basis.
Further, NYCOM believes that additional CHIPS funding should be targeted toward
compliance with federal curb redesign mandates and the related sidewalk repairs
necessary to create more pedestrian-friendly and accessible municipalities.
In addition to maintaining highways, cities and villages must also address aging and
deteriorating water and sewer infrastructure to protect their communities and their residents.
NYCOM supports the establishment of an annual funding stream that could be used by all
cities and villages to supplement water infrastructure operation and maintenance costs, as
well as a fund to address emergency water infrastructure needs.
Cities and villages would benefit not only from innovative state resources, but also from the
ability to generate new resources of their own. NYCOM supports the collection of taxes on
sales by online retailers with a substantial economic presence in the state. Last year, the
Executive proposed an internet sales tax and projected it would generate approximately
$150 million in local sales tax revenue statewide.
To expand the benefit of this infusion of local sales tax revenue, NYCOM also supports
legislation to ensure that villages are included in sales tax sharing arrangements in all
counties.
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The New York State Conference of Mayors and Municipal Officials (NYCOM) is an association
of, and for, cities and villages in New York. Since 1910, NYCOM has united local government
officials in an active statewide network focused on the singular purpose of finding the most
effective means of providing essential municipal services. Representing more than 12 million
New Yorkers, NYCOM is a strong advocate for city and village interests at all levels of state
government, and a leader in the training and education of local officials.

2018 Fall For Franklinville Fest
Posted Tuesday, August 14th 2018

FALL FOR FRANKLINVILLE FESTIVAL

Saturday September 15th, 2018

Franklinville, NY 14737

 

Calendar of Events:

“Touch a Truck” Location & Time TBD

10AM-4PM- Vendor Booths at Park Square

         *Entry fee is a basket of goods to be raffled 

3PM- Mini Pini Pin Contest at Park Square

5PM- Adult Pin-Up Contest (register 1-3PM) at Park Square

8:30-12:30PM- Steel Reign at Legend’s Bar & Grill

Other Activities: (Location/Time TBD)

Chinese Auction- All proceeds benefit the Village Events Committee

Library Walk

Conservation Club Rib Fest

 

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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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