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DEPARTMENTS

Clerk/Tax Collector Karen Bifaro     716.287.2026
    
Hours: Mon., Tues., 9-5 PM; Wed., Fri. 9 AM - 3 PM; Thurs. 1-7 PM; CLOSED on legal holidays & Christmas Eve

At the Clerk's Office you can obtain building permits for the following: new mobile homes, new unattached buildings, and placement of a swimming pool. 

Building permits are good for one year and and renewable for a fee of $10 per renewal.  Demolition permits are required for the demolition of any structure, including mobile homes - at no charge.  Building permits are required for replacement of an existing roof - at no charge.

Highway Superintendent Dennis Colvenback     716.499.2047   Cell 716.499.2047
Hours: Mon. - Fri. 7AM - 3:30 PM; winter hours vary due to weather c onditions

Highway Barn is located at 673 East Main Street, Ellington NY 14732

Assessor Sonya Chadwick     716.287.2026
Hours: Tues. 5:15 - 7 PM and Thurs. 9 AM - 1 PM

STAR and Ag exemptions must be in to Assessor by March 1st

Justice Jennifer Johnson     jsjohnson@nycourts.gov   

Court Clerk Wanda Crossley

Court is held on Thursdays as needed.  Call 716-287-2026 ext. 4 and leave a message.

Historian
The Town of Ellington is  a 22,000 acre tract on the eastern border of Chautauqua County formed after separating from the Town of Gerry in 1824.  It is originally named for Ellington, Connecticut.

The historic architecture that survives today records the evolution of the community and contributes to the distinctive character of the Village.  A variety of architectural styles and building types are represented in Ellington.  These historic houses, churches, and commercial buildings are arranged around the Town Square and reflect the differences in taste of past generations.