The Evans Police Department has 5 personnel who are certified to check your child's carseat for proper installaltion as well as proper fit to your child.
You can contact the Evans Police Department at 549-3600 to schedule an appointment to check/install your child's seat as well as guidance as to how to. Bring your child with you.
There is also usually 4-5 events held each year and you can check here for future dates as they become available.
Sign up your girl for some year-round fun with Girl Scouts of Western New York where they will be exposed to opportunities and programs that will allow them to build courage, confidence and character to make the world a better place. Find out more by visiting the Girl Scouts of Western New York website at www.gswny.org
Early Outreach applications were mailed out in late August to those individuals that received HEAP last season. Client’s are encouraged to submit the application as soon as possible with copies of earned income (last 4 weeks proof of wages-pay stubs), if any.
The HEAP application request line (858-1969) will accept requests starting 10/01/15, from households who believe they should have received an early access application but did not, and for those new to HEAP. However; applications cannot be mailed out or processed until the official program opening day (11/16/15). New applicants are required to submit documents supporting all income. 2015-16 HEAP Income Guidelines
OUTREACH SITES for February 2016
February 1 @ Concord Town Hall, 86 Franklin St., Springville
February 2 @ North Buffalo Community Center, 203 Sanders Rd., Buffalo
February 3 @ West Seneca Coalition Resource Ctr. @ New Hope United Methodist Church, 2846 Seneca St., W. Seneca
February 4 @ Hamburg Senior Community Center, 4540 Southwestern, Hamburg
February 8 @ Grand Island Golden Age Ctr., 3278 Whitehaven, Grand Island
February 9 @ Newstead Public Library @ 33 Main St., Akron
February 22 @ Eden Town Hall, 2795 East Church St., Eden
HEAP Outreach Site hours are 9am - 4pm unless otherwise indicated.
Interviews are conducted on a first come, first served basis.
If you need more information, please call the HEAP HOTLINE at 858-7644
or visit: Erie County's Website and follow the HEAP link.
NFTA-Metro Offers Special Paratransit Services
Curb to curb, lift equipped van service called Paratransit Access Line (PAL) is available for qualifying individuals. PAL's service area extends three-quarters of a mile on either side of or from the end of Metro's bus and rail fixed route service. This does not apply to commuter or express route service.
PAL is a shared ride service and direct trips to and from your destination are not guaranteed. A trip on PAL will be comparable to the duration of an identical trip taken on the fixed route service. Comparable includes all factors such as, travel time to the bus stop and/or rail station, waiting time, actual riding time, transfers and travel from the stop to the ultimate destination. This standard exists except when circumstances are beyond the NFTA’s control (including inclement weather, as well as any factors constituting traffic delays).
The NFTA makes provisions to ensure that each passenger actually gets from his/her point of origin to his/her point of destination. To meet this origin to destination requirement, service may need to be provided to some individuals or at some locations in a way that goes beyond curb-to-curb service.
To qualify for PAL you must be unable to board, ride or disembark from a Metro Bus or Rail vehicle, or travel to and from a bus stop.
Before using PAL you must fill out an application which is certified by a qualifying healthcare professional (listed on the application) and submit it to the PAL office.
Trips are made on a reservation basis.