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Village of Sloan
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More of Sloan
Welcome to Sloan!
The Village of Sloan wishes everyone a very Merry Christmas & a Happy, Healthy, Prosperous New Year!! | The next event is Soup On Sunday! February 28, 2016 at 12:30 PM. Visit the Events page for details! |
Welcome to the web site for the Village of Sloan! Sloan is a small municipality located between the city of Buffalo and the town of Cheektowaga in beautiful Western New York. With a population of around 3,000, Sloan is a close-knit community of neighbors who truly look out for each other. Sloan is part of a great school district, has very reasonable property values and residents of all ages enjoy a number of community events throughout the year! The Village is also home to many successful businesses. Visit About Sloan to learn more! We hope you enjoy your virtual visit to our community & look forward to seeing you in person very soon!
Condolences to the family of Henry R. Gabryszak, 90, of Sloan. According to The Buffalo News  article, Mr. Gabryszak died Monday, January 25, 2016, at Sisters Hospital after a short illness. A Mass will be held at 10 am Friday morning at St. Andrew’s in Sloan. For more information: Soup On Sunday is February 28, 2016! Visit the Events page for details See all pictures from Village events at Want to know more about Sloan? Visit the new About Sloan page. Still want more? Check out the new Village History pages! Do you have a question for the Mayor? The Clerk or a Trustee? Visit the Contacts page for a complete listing of email addresses & phone numbers for all Village officials. o Not sure who to ask? Simply send an email to  If you have comments about this web site or if you see a mistake, please send an email to 
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© Village of Sloan, NY  For questions or comments about this web site, please send an email to: Village Newsletter	Board Meeting Minutes	2015-16 Village Budget  Street light out near your home? Call 716-897-1560 or send an email to Be sure to include the pole number or the street address so NYSEG knows which pole to fix.  Please visit the Contacts page for a printable list of important phone numbers such as police, fire & other emergency numbers.