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Welcome to Williamsville, NY


Founded as a milling community along Ellicott Creek more than 200 years ago, the Village of Williamsville lies within the borders of the Town of Amherst. Its lively Main Street features numerous restaurants with a hometown feel as well as clothing stores, jewelry shops and other merchants. A popular spot to visit is Glen Park and its dramatic waterfall. Amherst State Park is nearby. Among the list of popular summer events are the Taste of Williamsville, Old Home Days and Music on Main, held every Thursday evening.


Millard Fillmore Suburban Hospital is just 3 miles north of Main Street. Students here attend either Williamsville Central School District schools or one of several nearby private elementary or secondary schools. The North Campus of the State University at Buffalo is easily accessed by the Youngmann Highway.

Recreation & Entertainment

Residents enjoy the neighborhood feel of Garrison Park, Glen Park and South Long Street Park year-round.

Transportation & Traffic

Route I-290, also known as the Youngmann Memorial Highway, connects the Village with Niagara Falls Boulevard to the west and the New York State Thruway (I-90) to the east.

Pros & Cons

The Village of Williamsville is a tribute to historic preservation and modern amenities.