The 2022 Property Tax bills were mailed Friday, January 15th, due Tuesday, February 15th without penalty.
If you do not receive a tax bill, please contact the office at (716)686-3981.
All messages will be returned within 24hours.
As always you can View, Pay or Check the status of your tax bill from the Town website
The Tax Office is open for in-person payments. Cheektowaga Town Hall, Ground Floor, Mon.-Fri. 9-4:30PM.
REFUSE AND RECYCLING NOTICE DUE TO THE SNOWSTORM: If your trash was not picked up today, please put it out again tomorrow and our sanitation staff will be back out to pick it up. The schedule for trash pickup will stay as normal the rest of the week. Recycling pickup by Modern is delayed all week by 1 day. If your pickup day is Monday, it will not be picked up until Tuesday etc. for the rest of the week. Friday pickup will take place on Saturday this week. Call Sanitation for any questions at 716-686-3426.
Each year on the third Monday of January we observe Martin Luther King, Jr. Day and reflect on the work that still needs to be done for racial equality. This January 17, make the holiday more than just a day off and take time to reflect and take action on civil rights issues across the globe.
In observance and honor of Martin Luther King, Jr., Town Hall will be closed on Monday.
However, garbage and recycling will be picked up as usual.
Greenlight Networks CEO, Mark Murphy was welcomed to the community today by Supervisor Benczkowski and Councilmember Pilarski with a proclamation and open arms at the press conference held at South Line Fire with Assistant Chief Doug Wilkowski. Greenlight Networks has partnered with South Line Fire District #10 to bring new High-Speed Fiber Broadband Networks to Cheektowaga. The Fiber Internet will be available to nearly 10,000 homes in 2022. Sign-ups begin today to stay informed on construction status and updates, pre-ordering is available for some areas of Cheektowaga at Greenlightnetworks.com
The Youth and Recreation Department is offering a lifeguard course, see details below.
We understand that many of our residents did not have an opportunity to receive a home testing kit today. We understand how frustrating that can be and look forward to future opportunities to hold distribution events to get these supplies into as many of our resident's hands as possible.
In the interim, Erie County Department of Health (ECDOH) has the most up-to-date information available on current testing locations for those who fit the criteria for a Covid test. Please click the link below to be directed to the Covid testing information near you.
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