The Parking Ban
goes into effect
Friday, Nov. 15!
at Village Hall
Sloan is proud to be home to over 3,000 friendly residents and many
successful businesses. Our one square mile historic village was first
incorporated in 1896. We are nestled between the City of Buffalo and the
Town of Cheektowaga in beautiful Western New York.
Our web site is designed to contain a great deal of useful information for our
residents as well as to provide a sketch of day-to-day life in our community.
If you have any comments, compliments or concerns, please feel free to
contact us by email or phone. Pease visit our Contacts Page for specific
Also, please visit our Events Page for a list of upcoming activities. Some, like our annual
Concerts in Griffith Park, are open to everyone. Those limited to Sloan residents only are so noted
in the listing on the Events Page. These events require Village I.D. for admittance.
We hope you enjoy your virtual visit to the Village of Sloan and we encourage you to visit us in
person at one of our many events in the near future
Sloan Senior Services is always looking for new members!! Minimum age to join is just 55!
You must be age 60 or older to participate in the Erie County Lunch Program, however.
Weekly Events: Bingo, Pokeno, Exercise
Call the Senior Center (897-1389) between the hours of 10 am - 1 pm for more info. Remember
lunch is served at 12 noon so try to call before noon or after 12:30.
The St. Vincent de Paul Society and the Frank L. Gierlach Post are again sponsoring the
Thanksgiving Turkey and December Food Give-Aways to needy families in the Village of Sloan.
Turkeys and non-perishable foods that are not outdated can be dropped off during November and
December at either Village Hall or St. Andrew’s Church rectory.
Click to read important messages from Mayor Niwinski, Highway Chief Gene Beszczynski, Sloan
Fire Chief Al Wieberg and Village Clerk Debra Smith
Would you like to learn Ballroom Dancing? New classes are beginning October 21 right here in the
Village!! Click here to learn more...
We are 9 months into our tote program and have seen a substantial increase in tonnage of recyclable
materials. We all benefit with cost savings when we increase recycling and reduce the amount sent
to landfills, so keep up the good work!
Click here for more information about how to dispose of big items, construction debris, etc..
Modern Inc. will be mailing out 2014 recycling schedules to all residents in December. Watch the mail
for your copy!
The Newly Remodeled Rec Center at the Piekarski Center is now open! Hours are Tuesday-Friday,
from 4:00 pm - 8:00 pm & on Saturdays from 12 Noon - 8:00 pm. Click here to see the schedule of
Visit the Events page for fun things going on around the Village!
“The Sloan Connection’s” Fall/Winter Edition is available
The Sloan Highway Department will be picking up leaves. So place your leaves on the headland,
the area between the sidewalk and the street, not IN the street, for collection.
Wish one of our Seniors a Happy Birthday!!
Street light out near your home? Call 897-1560 or send an email to email@example.com. Be
sure to include the pole number or the street address so NYSE&G knows which pole to fix