Accounting / Payroll
Enhances and promotes the professional management of our town’s resources by identifying, developing, and advancing fiscal strategies, policies, and practices for the public benefit.

Animal Control Office
This office is responsible for picking up stray and injured dogs, investigating cases of cruelty, handling adoptions of animals, conducting the annual rabies clinic and other functions concerning domestic animals.

Assessors Office
Establishes the assessed value of your property by appraising the value of that property under applicable state laws.

Attorney’s Office
Advises the Town of Cheektowaga on legal affairs.

Building and Plumbing Department
To work with builders, property owners and residents to establish cooperative code compliance and provide high quality structures.

Fire Safety Office
Ensures that new structures and places of public assembly and access meet standards as outlined by the State and Local Fire and Building Codes.

Housing & Neighborhood Preservation

Plumbing Inspections

Council Office
The six elected Town Council members, together with the Town Supervisor, make up the Town Board. Each Council member is assigned various committees to oversee and work with on a daily basis in order to cover all fiscal, administrative and legal aspects of Town government.

Emergency Services

Employee Relations

Provides technical guidance for the Towns infrastructure.

Facilities – Parks Division & Buildings and Grounds Division
The Facilities Department Parks Division is to provide, protect and preserve a Park System that promotes quality recreational, cultural and outdoor experiences for the community.

The Facilities Department Building and Grounds Division is responsible for the repair and maintenance of all county buildings as well as landscaping of the grounds and snow removal on sidewalks.

Maintenance of town roadways includes the repair of pot holes, sweeping of all roadways with particular attention to intersections. Other duties include drainage projects, road resurfacing, tree trimmings and tree removals, maintenance of recharge basins (sumps), and installing and maintaining catch basins. Keeping main roads and secondary roads clear of snow and ice during inclement weather is also a top priority for this department.

Housing & Neighborhood Preservation
This Department creates quality solutions that expand housing opportunities and promotes vibrant well maintained neighborhoods.

Inflow & Infiltration / Time of Sale Inspection

Information Technology & Records Management Department
Oversees the Town’s information and communication networks and also identifies, preserves and encourages the use of archival records. The program provides for efficient storage of records, makes records available when needed, and ensures the legal disposition of obsolete records.

Justice Court
The Town Court plays a vital role in the protection of our safety and our rights as residents. The Justice Court handles civil, criminal and small claims matters. Any criminal act, which occurs in the Town, is initially under the jurisdiction of our Town Court.

Police Department
The Cheektowaga Police Department is committed to ensuring the safety and well being of our citizen’s and visitor’s to the community. We are committed to enforcing the state’s laws and town’s ordinances. We will work in cooperation with the community to preserve and improve the quality of life, making the Town a safer, more pleasant place to live, work and visit.

Traffic Maintenance Unit
This Department is responsible for the design, installation and maintenance of all street lights, signs, traffic signals and pavement markings on Town roads.

Sewer Department
Cheektowaga’s 263 miles of sanitary sewer system consists of gravity pipes (trunk lines and main lines) and forced mains. Town of Cheektowaga also has 10 lift stations and one main pumping station, The Town of Cheektowaga maintains this sewer system through flushing, root cutting and televising of these lines on a yearly basis. The Sewer Department is also involved in a program of removing inflow and infiltration of clear water into our system. To see more about this issue, go to the Inflow & Infiltration page of our website. Click here

Supervisor’s Office
The Supervisor is the Chief Fiscal Officer of the Town. Responsibilities include being full time member of the Town Board overseeing the day-to-day operations of government, sits as presiding member of the Town Board, and prepares and monitors the town budget.

Zoning and Planning Administration

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