Department of Public Works
From Highway Department Chief Gene Beszczynski
Every year, the Village of Sloan is allocated financial assistance through the Consolidated Highway Improvement Program (CHIPs) by New York State. These funds were used last year for the Lovejoy Street    reconstruction and can be used for any highway improvements that have a life span of at least 10 years. Any resident that has recently driven down Reiman Street is aware of the failing condition of this roadway. Throughout winter, we have repeatedly patched the potholes but cold patch is only a temporary fix. Based on the condition of Reiman Street, we have applied for a waiver of the 10-year limit, as Reiman was last paved in 2009. Should a waiver not be approved, the Village will be paving either Michael or Atlantic Street. We would also like to remind everyone that while mowing their lawns, to not blow the clippings into the street. During rain, the clippings wash into the storm drain and create blockages and potential backups. Instead, bag them and place inside your trash tote. If using the brown paper yard waste bags, please place next to your tote on trash day. During your spring yard cleanup, if you need to dispose of any old tires, for a few dollars each they can be recycled at Geiter-Done, located at 300 Greene Street in Lovejoy.
© Village of Sloan, NY

OTHER DPW SERVICES AND INFORMATION

In the Fall, DPW will pick up leaves for residents. Bagging is not required. Simply pile the leaves on the headland (the strip between the curb and the sidewalk) and DPW will vacuum them up. Do NOT pile leaves in the street! Snowplow Contractors must obtain a permit before they can service any Village residence. Permits cost $25.00 and are available from Village Hall, 425 Reiman Street, 716-897-1560, Mon-Fri between the hours of 9:00 AM-4:00PM. Residents are responsible for maintaining the sidewalk and headland (the strip between the curb and the sidewalk) on their property To authorize DPW to Add/Remove/Trim a tree on the right of way, complete an Authorization Form  and mail to/drop it by Village Hall, 425 Reiman Street during regular business hours. Forms may be viewed/printed here