• AARP Driving Course
• Belmont Housing
• Bertrand Chaffee Hospital & Jennie B. Richmond Nursing Home
• Blood Drive
• Concerts in the Park
• Erie County Dept. of Motor Vehicles
• Flu Shots
•Homeowners Insurance Reviews
• Meals on Wheels
• Rural Transit Service
• Southtowns Farm Trail
•Springville Center for the Arts
• Town of Concord Van
• Townwide Trash Pickup
• Trading Post Community Care Center
• Women Infant and Child
The Town of Concord holds AARP Driving Courses throughout the year. Contact: Denise Ciszak at 592-4946 for additional information. You must register with Denise to attend the course.
Belmont Housing is located at 1195 Main Street, Buffalo, New York 14209. For information, please call Belmont at 884-7791. They are at the town hall the 1st Friday of July, September & November, by appointment. Click here to view their website: Belmont Housing
Bertrand Chaffee Hospital and the Jennie B. Richmond Nursing Home is located at 224 East Main Street, Springville; Telephone Number (716) 592-2871. This is a rural healthcare facility providing acute care, emergency care, primary care, ambulatory surgery, cardiology and other medical services to the Town of Concord and surrounding community. Outpatient services include imaging (3D mammography, x-ray, MRI, ultrasound, bone density, CT and nuclear medicine), physical therapy, laboratory and community/diabetes education. The Jennie B. Richmond Nursing Home is an 80-bed facility with long-term nursing care and short-term rehabilitation. BCH has been a part of the Concord community for more than 70 years. Click here to view their website: Bertrand Chaffee Hospital
The American Red Cross has their Blood Drives at the Concord Senior Center located at 40 Commerce Drive, Springville.
Please call the American Red Cross at 1-800-RED-CROSS to schedule an appointment.
The Town of Concord and Village of Springville have implemented the CodeRED system. CodeRED will serve as the emergency planning and communications outreach to both citizens and municipal personnel by using the system capabilities to send telephone calls, text messages, emails and social media in an effort to effectively inform residents to protect life and property. This communication tool will alert our residents to emergency and other timely messages. The municipalities anticipate using the system to notify residents in specific geographic locations of emergencies, power outages, road closures and events.
The Town of Concord and Village of Springville sponsor concerts in the Fiddlers Green Park at the corner of Buffalo Street and Franklin Street from June through August. Click here to view the 2018 Concert in the Park Flyer
In case of rain, concerts will be held in the Concord Town Hall, 86 Franklin Street, Springville, New York.
Concerts 6:30 - 8:30 p.m.
The Erie County Department of Motor Vehicles is at the Town Hall every Thursday at the Town Hall from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. (unless it is a holiday or a snow day).
The E-Waste Collection Site at the Concord Town Hall is now closed. Please do not drop off items; anyone caught dropping off items will be prosecuted. Senator Patrick Gallivan's Office does schedule E-Waste Collection Events. His office can be contacted at (716) 656-8544. Also Erie County Planning & Development has information about E-Waste available on their website: Erie County Recycling. Erie County Planning & Development telephone number is (716) 858-6800.
Flu Shots were already given out at the Concord Senior Center. You will need to make other arrangements to get a flu shot this year.
HEAP has already had their 2017-18 outreach at the Concord Town Hall.
To contact HEAP, call (716) 858-7644. Applicants should bring: Proof of gross income received within the last 30 days for all household members; Social Security Numbers for all household members; One form of identification for each household member such as a birth certificate, social security card, drivers license or school identification card; proof of residency such as a rent receipt, mortgage statement or utility bill; current heat and/or electric bill.
This is a guide to finding a homeowners insurance provided; with no special eligibility requirements; find the most effective coverage while also having user-friendly claims processes. For more information, visit their website: "Homeowners Insurance Reviews."
Meals on Wheels for Western New York delivers more than 900,000 meals a year to the home bound elderly and disabled in Erie County. This wouldn't be possible without a strong network of volunteers who deliver the meals as well as a friendly smile each day. And, that's where you can help! Meals on Wheels has a critical need for volunteers in Concord and Sardinia. It's easy to volunteer and takes just 60 minutes a day. Individuals 16 years of age or older can volunteer once a month, once a week or even everyday. Volunteers generally work in pairs with one person driving the route and the other serving the food. Meals on Wheels needs both servers and drivers (with a valid driver's license and a vehicle). To learn more about volunteering, call 716-822-2002, ext. 21.
For information, please call 858-8000 for more information.
Parole is at the town hall the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of each month from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
The Rural Transit Service provides rides for medical or other essential appointments inside the Town of Concord for Town residents. The rides must be scheduled in advance. Please contact 592-0088.
The Town of Concord is part of the Southtowns Farm Trail. The Southtowns Farm Trail is a new and unique way to experience all that Southern Erie County has to offer. About 20 miles south of Buffalo along Lake Erie are the Southtowns of Erie County including the Towns of Brant, Collins, Concord, Eden, Evans and North Collins, and the Villages of Angola, Farnham and North Collins. The area holds onto its heritage as an agricultural center for the Western New York region-Brant, Collins, Concord, Eden and North Collins have from 20 to 46 percent of their land dedicated to agriculture. More than 150 farms dot the five towns, representing one of New York State's most diverse concentrations of commodities including dairy, fruits and vegetables, forage crops, nursery and greenhouses, horses and other livestock. For more information, visit their website: "Southtowns Farm Trail"
The Springville Center for the Arts is located at 37 North Buffalo Street, Springville. Their telephone number is (716) 592-9038. Click here to view their website: Springville Center for the Arts.
For information regarding SYI activities, visit the Springville Youth Incorporated website: "SYI"
Available for Town of Concord residents who are over the age of 60. The Going Places Van provides rides for medical or other essential appointments outside the Town of Concord. The rides must be scheduled in advance. Please contact Denise Ciszak at 592-4946.
The Spring Trash Pickup for 2018 has been completed. There is no Fall Trash Pickup. For future reference, we try to schedule the Trash Pickup for the Monday after Mother's Day.
The Trading Post Community Care Center is located at 38 Franklin Street, Springville. Outreach programs include: food pantry, Soup Kitchen, 2nd Harvest Bread & Produce, "Trading Swap" clothing exchange program, "Giving Tree", Community Classes and more. For more information, call the Trading Post at 592-4455.
For information, please call 825-6898. They are at the town hall the 1st and 3rd Wednesday’s of each month, by appointment.