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 Presentation of 2022 Budget
Indigenous Peoples' Day
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.
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