Collins, NY is the southernmost town in Erie County, Cattaraugus Creek being the southern boundary line.
Effective 9/01/2021, there is a $20 charge per twin or larger mattress or box spring brought to the Town Transfer Station. A ticket must be purchased from the town clerk prior to disposal.
As of 5/12/2021, Governor Cuomo extended the New York's statewide life-saving utility shut-off moratorium which expired 3/31/2021. The Law extends the statewide moratorium on utiities shutoff, including water, heat, eletric, telephone, cable and broadband services until the conclusion of the COVID-19 state of emergency or until 12/31/2021, whichever comes first.
As of 6/14/2021 following CDC guidelines all entering the Town Hall no longer need to wear a facemask if they are fully vaccinated. Thank you, Becky
Annual water reports:
7 pm Budget Meeting/Public Hearing
Collins, NY is the southernmost town in Erie County, Cattaraugus Creek being the southern boundary line. Collins was formed from Concord on the 16th of March, 1821; North Collins was taken off in November, 1852, leaving this town with its present area of about sixty-two square miles. It includes a large part of the Cattaraugus Indian Reservation, which extends north-westerly from Gowanda along Cattaraugus Creek.
Town of Collins Employment Application.pdf