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!
•Tickets are available for the Annual Christmas Basket Raffle! Proceeds help needy families in Sloan. Tickets can be purchased at Village Hall: $5/Sheet | 5 Sheets/$20 •Overnight parking ban is effective November 15th until April 1st. There is no parking on Village streets from 2:00am-7:00am to allow for plowing and salting. Overnight parking is available in municipal lots: Griffith Park near the tennis courts, Village Hall and the Fire Hall. Stop by Village Hall to obtain your free parking pass.•Village Hall and the Department of Public Works will be closed on:December 23rd & 26th for Christmas Eve and DayDecember 30th & January 2nd for New Year’s Eve and Day•Laborer position available with Sloan DPW. See Employment for details•The Sloan Arts Council is sponsoring a Memorial Pathway in Griffith Park. Purchasing a brick is a wonderful way to give an everlasting tribute in memory of a loved one for years to come. Bricks can also be purchased by individuals, businesses and organizations to support this fundraiser. All monies raised will be used towards Park amenities: picnic tables, flowers, sports equipment and for future maintenance of the walkway. Please print and complete this order form and return to Village Hall with payment (cash or check payable to the Sloan Arts Council). Contact Village Hall for more info 716-897-1560•Messages from Mayor Tom FerrucciandFire Chief Al Wieberg•Deputy Mayor/Recreation Director Eric Czubaj shares important information about our parks and more!•Code Enforcement Officer Vince Ferraccio shares important info•The Sloan Senior Center is open for activities Tue, Wed, & Thu.•Public meetings of the Village Board of Trustees are held on the SECOND Tuesday, of each month at 7:00 PM at Village Hall, 425 Reiman Street, Sloan, NY 14212, unless otherwise noted. For any additional information, please call 716-897-1560
Street Light out near your home? Click Here(https://www.nyseg.com/wps/portal/nyseg/outages). Be sure to include the Pole Number OR the Street Address so NYSEG has the correct locationVisit the Contacts Page for a Printable List of important phone numbers such as Police & Fire along with email addresses and phone numbers for Village of Sloan Departments
Sloan’s contract with Waste Management stipulates the following:•Bulk items are limited to two (2) per month.•Mattresses and box springs must be bagged•Toilets must be bagged•Grass clippings and yard debris must be bagged and placed INSIDE of trash tote.•NO extra bags or loose debris outside of your trash or recycling tote. •All totes must be fully closed and placed at curbside with the arrows facing the street and wheels/handle towards your house. •Each tote must be within 2’ of the street and 2’ away from other obstructions.Zoning Map for the Village of Sloan•Click to view/print Sloan’s Village Zoning Map (Updated)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.