Millard Fillmore House
Fillmore, the nation’s 13th president, built the Millard Fillmore House, now a Historic Landmark, at 24 Shearer Avenue when he was a country lawyer in East Aurora in 1826.
Located at 363 Oakwood Avenue in East Aurora, the museum is open June 1 - October 31 with hours on Wednesday, Saturday & Sunday, 1 to 4 pm.
The park's 633 acres are comprised of a variety of habitats, including 400 acres of grasslands and 100 acres of woodlands, ponds and several wetland areas.
Vidler's 5 & 10
Opened in 1930, Vidlers is a one of a kind shopping experience and destination stop.
The Environmental Stewardship Committee will meet
the FIRST Thursday of every month
Zoning Code Update Approved
Oakwood Project Coordinator: Paul Gasiewicz
Call Paul for All Matters Related to the Oakwood Project
Oakwood Open to Local Traffic Only:
Residents and Local Business Customers
All Others Follow Detours
Residents May Notice "Temporary Meters"
While waterline work is ongoing, the contractor may attach a "locating device" to an outside water connection (i.e., a hose bib) which helps the construction crews know where a waterline connection is for a single property, to help avoid service interruptions for homeowners.
Work has begun on the Oakwood Avenue construction project.
(Click on the link above to see the timeline.) The project spans all
of Oakwood, excluding the section between Olean and Elmwood.
Work includes replacing the waterline, making drainage improvements and full reconstruction of the road. The project is broken into two phases, part done this year and part next year. Only four trees are planned to be removed, near the intersection of Hamburg Street.
New Trash Collection Contractor On The Job
Since June 1st, Modern Disposal Services, a new contractor, began collecting garbage and recycling in the Village. Pickup days and maximum quantities allowed for collection remained unchanged.
See the detailed brochure for more information.
The exact time schedule for pickups may vary slightly from
the previous contractor and can also vary from week to week.
Keep in mind:
- Drivers begin their route as early as 7 a.m.
- Delays may occur due to route reassignment, driver call-ins, truck maintenance, traffic and/or weather.
- Delays can impact collection times resulting in being earlier than expected or much later.
- Trucks can become fully loaded in the middle of a route or street, requiring the driver to leave the route and empty the truck before returning to complete the route.
A new option is that residents may purchase totes from the Modern company. Trash left for collection in non-tote containers (i.e., a 32-gallon trash can) will continue to be collected, following the standard limits.
The Village will continue to sell tags for added bags of trash over the limit, available at the Village Hall for $5 each.
Watch the WVIB Behind the Scenes report featuring the Modern recycling operation.
Also, read an informative article from the New York State Conference Of Mayors (NYCOM) on changes in the recycling market, with insights
on why fewer kinds of recyclables are accepted than in past years.
Construction Underway On Joint Municipal Center
Construction has begun on the new Joint Municipal Center, office space being constructed by the Town of Aurora that will house both Town and Village of East Aurora government offices. An old fire hall building on Oakwood Avenue is being converted, adjacent to the existing Senior Center.
View or download meeting calendars:
Meetings subject to change and will be posted here to the extent practicable.
The Village of East Aurora affirms its commitment to provide
an environment free from sex-based discrimination and sexual harassment. The Village's full policy can be found here.
Founded in 1804, and incorporated 1874, the Village of East Aurora's rich history remains an integral part of its present-day character.
Located just 25 miles from downtown Buffalo and 45 minutes from Niagara Falls, East Aurora has been home to notable individuals, including U.S. President Millard Fillmore and Elbert Hubbard. It is also known as the birthplace of the Roycroft Arts & Crafts movement and is home to international companies, such as Fisher-Price Toys.