Depew Office of Emergency Management

Depew Office of Emergency Management Village of Depew, NY Office of Emergency Management.
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Village of Depew, NY Office of Emergency Management. Follow us for official notifications and preparedness tips. This page is not regularly monitored and is primarily used to disseminate vital information to the public during emergencies. For all emergencies dial 911!

Sure why not go from one extreme to another? Only a slight case and scattered, but here is the possible weather threats ...
06/10/2020

Sure why not go from one extreme to another? Only a slight case and scattered, but here is the possible weather threats for tonight just in case....

HHW Collection information.
06/10/2020

HHW Collection information.

Here is a chart for the difference between heat exhaustion and heat stroke.. Also remember to bring in and have extra wa...
06/10/2020

Here is a chart for the difference between heat exhaustion and heat stroke..
Also remember to bring in and have extra water for your pets.

Seems tomorrow might have an extremely high heat index, stay hydrated and cool.
06/10/2020

Seems tomorrow might have an extremely high heat index, stay hydrated and cool.

Village of Depew, NY
06/03/2020

Village of Depew, NY

Mayor Peterson and the Village Board requested from Governor Cuomo and was granted in Executive Order 202.36 that the interest-penalty period when paying your Depew Village tax bill be extended for an additional 21 days. Instead of the interest-penalty going into effect on July 1st it will now go into effect on July 22nd. The penalty rates will follow the guidelines listed in the tax bills after July 22nd.

06/03/2020
Depew Police Department
06/02/2020

Depew Police Department

ALERT: COUNTY-WIDE CURFEW begins tonight at 8 PM, and lasts until 5 AM tomorrow. Essential workers can travel during these hours, but should have proof of employment (ID, etc.).

For anyone paying taxes please use the Police department side for entrance and village hall side for exit only.  Please ...
06/02/2020

For anyone paying taxes please use the Police department side for entrance and village hall side for exit only. Please use doorbell on right side of door to be buzzed in. Please follow the signs on the floor and stand on or near distancing floor sticker. Face coverings must be worn inside buliding..

Fyi
05/31/2020

Fyi

Reminder: a curfew is in effect for all of Erie County starting at 9 pm tonight (Sunday, May 31) through 6 am tomorrow morning. Workers for essential businesses may travel during those hours but please have your employee ID with you.

05/29/2020

Severe thunderstorm warning has been issued for portions of Erie and Niagara counties until 5:45 pm. Winds up to 60MPH, Heavy rainfall, cloud to ground lighting are possible

05/25/2020
Although only in the Slight chance. We may still get some thunderstorms that may cause some damage or loss of power.. Ha...
05/15/2020

Although only in the Slight chance. We may still get some thunderstorms that may cause some damage or loss of power..
Have a great day, hope you are doing okay and staying well.

There is a risk for severe weather this afternoon thru early evening. Damaging wind gusts and large hail will be the main threats, however an isolated tornado cannot be ruled out. Monitor the weather today and plan now so you can act quickly if a warning is issued for your area.

Tomorrow's update on the  times and path for the fly over.
05/12/2020

Tomorrow's update on the times and path for the fly over.

*UPDATE* Find the updated graphic for tomorrow's flyover salute to WNY. Be sure to follow us tomorrow as we give time and location updates on Facebook and Twitter. The estimated start time is May 12, at 11:45 a.m. but plan on being early! We're so proud to be a part of this community and can't wait to fly for all our heroes. We couldn't list every area on the map but know this salute is for everyone selflessly serving during these trying times. We wish we could visit all of our incredible community partners across WNY but we're limited to time, flight, and resource restrictions. So even if you can't see us know we're flying for you!

05/11/2020

Motor vehicle accident Walden Ave. at Transit Rd. Please avoid the area as the Fire and Police departments are limiting and stopping all traffic though the intersection.

05/10/2020

Happy Mothers day. Although this year might be different than any other, may your day be filled with joy and happiness.

Village of Depew, NY
05/08/2020

Village of Depew, NY

Sadly the Village of Depew Summer Concert Series 2020 has been canceled for this summer. We are working with all seven bands that were scheduled to perform this year to reschedule them for the summer of 2021.

A decision on the fate of the Annual Founder's Day Celebration...scheduled for July 24th and 25th will be made no later than June 8th.

We hope you all are doing well and staying safe. This a support line to help you if you are struggling with isolation an...
05/07/2020

We hope you all are doing well and staying safe. This a support line to help you if you are struggling with isolation and COVID-19.

This is a new website that was developed to help local farmers, and for county residents to be able to buy local. If you...
04/30/2020
Erie Grown

This is a new website that was developed to help local farmers, and for county residents to be able to buy local. If you are looking for fresh produce, eggs, maple syrup, meats and much more. This site has options to find what you are looking for.
Hope everyone is doing well, Stay safe.

FROM THE ERIE COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENT & PLANNING (April, 2020) : Agriculture and agriculture related businesses in Erie County and across the region have been hit particularly hard by COVID-19. Disruption of supply chain, loss of institutional food service customers, closure of restaurants,...

04/30/2020
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NYS Fatality Support Mission

The American Red Cross across the regions of New York State have developed a program in response to COVID-19 to support individuals and families who have lost family members to death as a result of COVID-19. The program will link crisis counselors with families to provide emotional and spiritual support, as well as targeted short-term case management to assist with navigating through the challenging processes they might be faced with as a result of the death. This might include challenges with moving the family member’s body through the hospital, nursing home, medical examiner and funeral home systems in this time when those systems may be overwhelmed and their processes may be different than they normally are. They may also include linkage to legal resources for estate, custody, immigration or other issues related to the death.
The following links to an online intake form can be submitted by a family member, a friend who thinks someone needs help, or an agency on behalf of the family. For those without access to the needed online technology, the phone number will link the caller to an intake person who will assist with the initial steps for getting assistance.
English: www.redcross.org/NYSCOVIDFamilySupport
Spanish: www.redcross.org/NYSCOVIDApoyoFamiliar
585-957-8187
The program is expected to operate for as long as families will benefit from the service or through the month of September.

Depew Police Department
04/23/2020

Depew Police Department

The DPD has received a generous donation of 100 boxes of cereal from General Mills-Buffalo through employee and village resident Steve Hoffmann of Ridgeway Street. This donation will directly benefit local residents in need during this difficult time. Thank you greatly for your generous donation!

04/21/2020

Any Village resident with out power, estimated time of restoration is 9:30 pm tonight per NYSEG.

Erie County Department of Health (ECDOH)
04/21/2020

Erie County Department of Health (ECDOH)

The CDC revised its list for #COVID19 symptoms to include:
Fever (100.4 degrees or higher)
Cough
Shortness of breath
Chills
Repeated shaking with chills
Muscle pain
Headache
Sore throat
New loss of taste or smell
https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/symptoms-testing/symptoms.html

Symptoms may appear 2-14 days after exposure.

A new update from the CDC on COVID-19 symptoms
04/21/2020

A new update from the CDC on COVID-19 symptoms

The CDC revised its list for #COVID19 symptoms to include:
Fever (100.4 degrees or higher)
Cough
Shortness of breath
Chills
Repeated shaking with chills
Muscle pain
Headache
Sore throat
New loss of taste or smell
https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/symptoms-testing/symptoms.html

Symptoms may appear 2-14 days after exposure.

04/16/2020

Important Community phone numbers and website links that may help you deal with the COVID-19 situation.

Hotlines

24 Hour Crisis Hotline: 716-834-3131
24 Hour Erie County Addiction Hotline: 716-831-7007
24 Hour Domestic Violence Hotline: 716-862-4357
Upstate NY Poison Center: 1-800-222-1222

Child Care for Essential Workers.

Childcare Resource Network (CCRN): 716-877-6666; Clearinghouse for childcare openings


Consumer Protection

Financial Fraud: 1-800-342-3736 or file a complaint online at www.dfs.ny.gov/complaint
Price gouging: 1-800-697-1220 or file a complaint online at www.dos.ny.gov/consumerprotection

Disabled Community

Erie County Office for People with Disabilities 716- 858-6215 or N.Y. Relay 1-800-662-1220
People, Inc. 716-817-7400
Community Services for Every1 – 716-883-8888
WNY Independent Living Center 716- 836-0822
Deaf Access Services

Erie County Department of Social Services

Temporary Aid to Needy Families (TANF): 716-858-8000 for an application; No in-person interview required; Interviews done over the phone
Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP): 716-858-7239; Online at mybenefits.ny.gov
HEAP: 716-858-7644; Online at mybenefits.ny.gov
Medicaid: 716-858-6244
Erie County Department of Social Services main number: 716-858-8000: Website Erie County Department of Social Services
Foster Care: 716-858-7274
Youth Services: 716-923-4000
Child Protective Services (to make a report): 1-800-342-3720
Adult Protective Services: 716-858-6877

Senior Adults

Senior Services Meal Delivery: 716-858-8526 weekdays between 8:30 am - 4:30 pm. Seniors in Erie County can contact the Erie County Department of Senior Services for Meals on Wheels delivery. Senior Services staff members are coordinating with Meals on Wheels to ensure meal delivery to all seniors in need.
Erie County Department of Senior Services: 716-858-8526
Transportation: 716-858-RIDE (7433)
Combat Social Isolation
Catholic Charities Telephone Assurance Program: 716-218-1400
Compeer Older Adult Program Social Support: 716-883-3331 ext 314

WIC (Women, Infants and Children) Supplemental Nutrition Program
Catholic Charities: (716) 218-1484

Reminder, the wind warning starts tomorrow morning 10am till 2am Tuesday morning. Below are some tips from NYSEG.*** ONL...
04/13/2020
New York State Electric and Gas Corporation

Reminder, the wind warning starts tomorrow morning 10am till 2am Tuesday morning. Below are some tips from NYSEG.

*** ONLY CALL 911 FOR AN EMERGENCY! DO NOT CALL 911 TO REPORT YOUR POWER WENT OUT*****

To report a power interruption, contact NYSEG at 1.800.572.1131

Before a storm strikes:
• You can use our new mobile app to report and check the status of outages. To
download the application, customers should search “AVANGRID” in the Apple or
Android app stores and select “NYSEG” or “RG&E”. The application is free to
download.
• Sign up for Outage Alerts to receive updates automatically by phone, text, or e-mail
as the company updates the status of the restoration process in their area.
Customers can sign up for outage alerts by visiting here for NYSEG and here for
RG&E.
• Keep battery-operated flashlights and radios on hand, along with supplies of
drinking water and non-perishable foods.
• Make sure that smart phones, tablets and other mobile devices are fully charged.
• Fill your car’s fuel tank.
Stay Away From Downed Wires:
• Stay at least 30 feet from a downed power line.

During a Power loss.
• Contact neighbors to see if their power is off. A loss of power may be the result of a
blown fuse or a tripped circuit breaker.
• To report a power interruption, contact NYSEG at 1.800.572.1131 or RG&E at
1.800.743.1701.
• Keep refrigerators and freezers closed as much as possible. Most food will last 24
hours if you minimize the opening of refrigerator and freezer doors.

Power Restoration Priorities:
The companies’ first priorities are to respond to reports of downed power lines to keep the
public safe. NYSEG customers are asked to call 1.800.572.1131 and RG&E customers
are asked to call at 1.800.743.1701 to report downed wires. Once this vital public safety
work is complete, the company will:
• Assess the damage to the electricity delivery system.
• Develop a detailed restoration plan.
• Make repairs as quickly as possible.
For additional information, including storm preparation tips, storm safety information,
generator safety information, restoration priorities and emergency resources, visit Outage
Central at NYSEG.com or RGE.com and on the company’s social media pages:
• Facebook: @NYSEandG
• Twitter: @NYSEandG
• Facebook: @RochGandE
• Twitter: @RGandE

NYSEG > HomePage

Hope you all have a great day. Stay safe everyone.
04/12/2020

Hope you all have a great day. Stay safe everyone.

04/11/2020

HIGH WIND WARNING REMAINS IN EFFECT FROM 10 AM MONDAY TO 2 AM
EDT TUESDAY...

Being most are stocked up on foods during this pandemic..
Today would be a good day to check your generator and make sure you have gas and oil for it...If you do not have a generator make some ice packs for your refrigerator and freezer. Here is just one simple way to make ice packs. Use one gallon size freezer bags, fill half way, take out as much air as possible and lay flat in the freezer make as many as you can. They will not take up much room but will help keep your refrigerator cool.

HIGH WIND WARNING REMAINS IN EFFECT FROM 10 AM MONDAY TO 2 AM
EDT TUESDAY...

* WHAT...Southwest winds 30 to 45 mph with gusts up to 70 mph
expected.

* WHERE...Niagara, Orleans, Monroe, Northern Erie, Genesee, and
Wyoming counties.

* WHEN...From 10 AM Monday to 2 AM EDT Tuesday.

* IMPACTS...This will be a dangerous situation. Very strong winds will result in numerous downed trees and power lines.
EXTENSIVE power outages and property damage are expected.
Travel will be difficult, especially for high profile vehicles.

04/09/2020

Erie County Executive Mark Poloncarz has signed an emergency order preventing business in the county from discrimination against customers or employees for the use of personal protective gear, such as masks and gloves.

The order goes into effect at 3 p.m. on Thursday and mandates that businesses cant refuse entry or service to someone just because they are wearing a mask or gloves, or a lack thereof.

Businesses also cannot prevent employees from wearing masks and gloves, and must provide stations for them to wash their hands regularly.

This applies to all businesses, regardless of size or if they are considered essential or not.

04/09/2020

Below are some basic ideas for planning for your household. Adjust and make a plan that fits your needs and wants.
It is easy to get caught up in all of this, and not think about having a plan set. It is better to have a plan and not need it, then needing one and not being prepared.

Have room and if possible if you have a second bathroom ready to be used. That way if someone does become ill they have their own room and bathroom which will lessen the chances of spreading it to you and others in the house. If you do not have second bathroom available disinfect shared room after every use.

If you are a single parent and you become ill with the virus, a few things to consider.
What to do if your child / children are to young to care for themselves if you become ill and can not tend to them while at home.
Where your child / children could go if you need to be admitted to a hospital.
Above could also apply if you are caring for elderly parent(s).

Make sure to talk to the people who need to be included in your plan do not just assume they will be okay with your plans if you become ill.

Create an emergency contact list, have family and or friends, neighbors, your health care provider, local aid organizations (ie. food bank) on said list.

Stay safe everyone.

04/07/2020
Village of Depew, NY

Village of Depew Reorganization meeting. Which was streamed live on the Village page.

03/31/2020

A Message from the NYS DMV: Extension on the Expiration Date of Vehicle Inspections

In accordance with Executive Order 202.11, vehicle inspection certificates that are valid through the end of March 2020 remain valid until further notice.
Per the DMV..This also includes registrations, driver license, and non driver id's

03/29/2020

The National Weather Service in Buffalo has issued a Severe Thunderstorm Warning for... Northwestern Cattaraugus County in western New York... Erie County in western New York... Niagara County in western New York... Northern Chautauqua County in western New York... severe thunderstorms were located along a line extending from 26 miles southwest of Niagara Falls to near Lake Erie State Park, moving northeast at 50 mph. HAZARD...60 mph wind gusts and nickel size hail. SOURCE...Radar indicated. IMPACT...Expect damage to roofs, siding, and trees. * Locations impacted include... Buffalo, Cheektowaga, Niagara Falls, West Seneca, North Tonawanda, Lackawanna, Kenmore, Dunkirk, Silver Creek, Angola, and Perrysburg.

Below is a resource list from the county. Most information you may need can be found here including phone numbers and we...
03/28/2020
Community Resources | Erie County, NY Department of Health

Below is a resource list from the county. Most information you may need can be found here including phone numbers and web links.

***Reminder only call 911 for emergencies.***

The U.S. Department of Labor’s Wage and Hour Division (WHD) published its first round of implementation guidance pursuant to the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA). The initial WHD guidance is available in three-parts:

03/27/2020

Erie County confirmed another 60 cases of coronavirus on Thursday, bringing the county's total to 206.

As of Wednesday night, 31 people were hospitalized in local hospitals for COVID-19.

72 Confirmed in Buffalo
50 Confirmed in Amherst/Williamsville
11 Confirmed in Clarence
10 Confirmed in Cheektowaga/Sloan
10 Confirmed in West Seneca
9 Confirmed in Hamburg/Blasdell
8 Confirmed in Tonawanda/Kenmore
6 Confirmed in Orchard Park/Village
5 Confirmed in Lancaster/Village
5 Confirmed in Grand Island
3 Confirmed in Elma
3 Confirmed in Aurora/East Aurora
3 Confirmed in Evans/Angola
3 Confirmed in North Collins/Village
2 Confirmed in City of Tonawanda
2 Confirmed in Alden/Village
1 Confirmed in Lackawanna
1 Confirmed in Holland
1 Confirmed in Concord/Springville
1 Confirmed in Eden

Erie County additionally recommended that those in need of mental health services contact Crisis Services at 716-834-3131.

Address

85 Manitou St
Depew, NY
14043

Opening Hours

Monday 09:00 - 17:00
Tuesday 09:00 - 17:00
Wednesday 09:00 - 17:00
Thursday 09:00 - 17:00
Friday 09:00 - 16:00
Saturday 10:00 - 12:00

Telephone

+17166831400

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