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Great parks, plenty of events and the region's top schools make us a welcoming place for residents of all ages!

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We have one of the top business districts in New York State -- come invest in the center of action and activity!

Not a week goes by without something fun to do on Main Street -- come and stay a weekend to find out!

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Picture Main Street

A $3 million plan to transform Main Street into a safer, more walkable business district and social gathering place. Click left to see the full plan at PictureMainSt.com.


Historic Water Mill

A $3 million plan to transform Spring Street into a "Village Square" centered around the 1811 Water Mill at the edge of Glen Park.  Click left to read more information about the plan.


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It's a busy weekend in the village!


Friday, August 1

7 p.m. to 9 p.m.

Concert at Island Park

Celebrating 200 Years of Peace

Buffalo Niagara Concert Band

Click here for more info.


Saturday, August 2

Noon to 9 p.m.

Island Park

To benefit breast cancer awareness

5K Run and Festival

Click here for more info.


Sunday, August 3

Noon to 8 p.m.

Island Park

26th Annual Taste of Williamsville

Pie contest, food tastings and fun!

Click here for more info.


What's new in the village?


Village Community Plan

The Village of Williamsville Community plan is the result of a broad-based, collaborative effort among village residents, business owners, public officials and other stakeholders to set priorities and define a vision for the future. Click here to read the plan.


H.A.W.K. Signal Approved

A key component of the Picture Main Street plan to improve pedestrian access and safety has been approved by the state Department of Transportation. Click here to learn more. 


Village Historic Landmarks

The Village of Williamsville is a historic village with rich history and culture. There are 11 landmarked structures in the village and 26 properties are under consideration for local landmark status. Public hearings will be held Aug. 11 and Aug. 25. Click here to learn more about our current and prospective historic landmarks.