Welcome to the web site for the Village of Sloan! Sloan is a small municipality located between the city of Buffalo and the town of Cheektowaga in beautiful Western New York. With a population of around 3,000, Sloan is a close-knit community of neighbors who truly look out for one another.Our Senior Center is the hub of a thriving community of Seniors from Sloan as well as surrounding communites. Also located in the Piekarski Center, the Youth Recreation Dept.provides a safe environment and activities for children of Sloan residents. Sloan is part of a great school district, has very reasonable property values, and residents of all ages enjoy a number of community events throughout the year! The Village is also home to many successful businesses. We hope you enjoy your virtual visit to our community! We look forward to seeing you in person very soon!
Hiring a snow plow contractor? He must obtain a permit from the Village of Sloan prior to the start of work. We will verify all required insurance to protect you, our residents. Winter Parking Ban Goes into effect on November 15th and continues until April 1, 2020. There is no street parking between the hours of 2:00 to 7:00am. Parking Permits are available at Village Hall for overnight parking in municipal lots.Holiday schedule for trash and recycling...Pickup will be delayed until Friday the weeks of Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s Day. Which Recycling Schedule covers your street?“A” Gold Week - Wagner, Atlantic, Lackawanna, Village Lane, Michael, Halstead, Curtiss, Griffith and those portions of Broadway, Reiman, Gates and Lovejoy west of Boll Street“B” Green Week - Boll, Currier, Roland, Crocker, Francis, Jackson, Rutland, Harlem, Gierlach, Franklin, Blick, those portions of Broadway, Reiman, Gates and Lovejoy that are East of Boll, and the Southside of Sloan off William Street.Click the image below to view/print the Recycling Map
Street light out near your home?Click here to report an outage (Link opens in new window/tab). Be sure to include the pole number or the street address so NYSEG knows which pole to fix.Please visit the Contactspage for a printable list of important phone numbers such as police, fire & other emergency numbers.