Great parks, plenty of events and the region's top schools make us a welcoming place for residents of all ages!
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!
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.
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.
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.
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 were held Aug. 11 and Aug. 25 and the Village Board will vote in September. Click here to learn more about our current and prospective historic landmarks.
The Village of Williamsville Board of Trustees meets twice per month in Village Hall, 5565 Main Street. Work sessions start at 6 p.m. and meetings at 7:30 p.m. Click here for meeting agendas, minutes and a schedule.
The village was recently featured in a cover story in The Buffalo News about all the little things that make living in a village great. Click here to read this story and other recent news about the Village of Williamsville.
The Greater Buffalo-Niagara Regional Transportation Council recently studied traffic in the village, specifically the Evans and Eagle streets area. Click here to view an interactive map of the traffic counts.
The village recently consolidated its water system with the Erie County Water Authority. The ECWA now administers all aspects of the former village water system. Click here for questions about your county water bill.
The Village of Williamsville Youth & Rec Committee will host a Halloween Party for children and their families on Saturday, Oct. 25 at the Williamsville fire Department. There will also be a parade and costume contest. There will also be a pumpkin carving event in Glen Park on Sunday, Oct. 26. Click the flyer at left for more information!
The Village of Williamsville Design Standards were developed as a comprehensive rezoning effort to confront the problems of Main Street that were identified in the Community Plan. Click here to read the design standards and Village Code.