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Mar31
Effective April 1, 2014 the Niagara County Clerk's Office will begin accepting the new RP-5217-PDF Real Property Transfer Report, a one-part, downloadable, barcoded, pdf form used to document the information associated with real property transfers. An original RP-5217-PDF form must accompany all deeds and correction deeds upon filing with the Recording Officer. read more...
Apr18
Sheriff James R. Voutour commemorated National Crime Victims’ Rights Week April 6-12, 2014. This is a week to acknowledge the 21 million Americans that are directly harmed by crime each year and call attention to the impact crime has on their loved ones. It also recognizes the victim service providers who advocate on their behalf. read more...
Apr15
National Public Safety Telecommunicator Week focuses on vital role of Niagara County Sheriff’s Office dispatchers. Each year, the second week of April is dedicated to public safety telecommunicators. read more...
Apr15
Lockport—The Niagara County Youth Bureau will seek applications for sites to host its summer lunch program, the chairmen of the County Legislature’s Administration and Community Services committees announced today. read more...
Apr8
LOCKPORT—County and state officials will honor former Royalton Supervisor Dick Lang tonight, taking note of a lengthy public service career that spanned 34 years, as well as more than three decades spent as a wrestling coach. read more...
Apr4
Niagara County and all incorporated jurisdictions within its boundaries are participating in a local hazard mitigation plan update.  The plan is part of a federal requirement to identify hazards within the county and to explore means to reduce the risks and vulnerabilities to those hazards. read more...
Mar11
Lockport—Niagara County government offices will be closed Wednesday due to an anticipated major late-winter snowstorm that is currently projected to be centering its effects on counties bordering Lake Ontario. read more...
Feb27

Niagara County's Sheriff is selling 6817 Ridge Road Lockport, NY 14094, subject to any liens, chattels, mortgages, conditional sales or any other Encumbrances, as is, where is, on April 23, 2014 at 10:30 a.m. at the Niagara County Sheriff's Office Civil Division Lobby, 5526 Niagara St. Ext., Lockport, NY 14094.

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Feb26
LOCKPORT—Niagara County is rolling out a new, online parks reservation system to allow the public to reserve park shelters from home or their Internet-enabled mobile phone, the head of the County Legislature’s public works panel announced. read more...
Feb19
LOCKPORT—Niagara County lawmakers were outraged Tuesday night at plans by Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo to give taxpayer-funded college degrees to hardened criminals doing time in New York’s prisons—and became the first county in the state to go on the record opposing the prison perk. read more...
Feb5
LOCKPORT—Niagara County has issued a driving advisory resulting from extreme winter weather and Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo’s declaration of a state of emergency, Legislature Vice Chairman Clyde L. Burmaster announced. read more...
Feb5
LOCKPORT—Niagara County has suspended non-emergency-related operations during the course of New York’s declared state of emergency, Legislature Vice Chairman Clyde L. Burmaster and County Manager Jeffrey M. Glatz announced in a conference call with agency directors. read more...
Jan7
NORTH TONAWANDA—The North Tonawanda Department of Motor Vehicles’ weekly evening hours, offered every Tuesday, are canceled tonight due to inclement weather. read more...
Jan1
LOCKPORT—Several Niagara County lawmakers took their oaths of office Wednesday as a new Legislature with three new faces began to take place around a core of veterans, including an 11-member supermajority that will continue to lead the deliberative body after 10 years in charge. read more...
Dec17
LOCKPORT—Niagara County lawmakers approved a $333 million spending plan Tuesday night in Lockport, cutting taxes for county residents and continuing a decade-long trend that has seen the county’s top rate drop more than 13 percent. read more...