Emergency Contacts
Emergency Contacts

Law Enforcement

New York State Police: 911
Steuben County Sheriff's Dept: 911
Village Of Painted Post: 911

Fire Department

Village of Painted Post: 911
Station: 607-962-8166

Forest View / Gang Mills: 911
Station: 607-962-8711

Coopers Plains / Long Acres: 911
Station: 607-962-8213

More Fire Dept. Information


Rural Metro: 911

Job opportunity!

TheTown of Erwin has a new job opportunity. Information including a recruitment brochure can be found at  https://www.pracademicpartners.com/current-recruitments-1.



Free Preparedness Training

The NYS Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Services isholding a free preparedness training on Thursday, February 29th, at6:30pm at the Corning-Painted Post High School. For more info Facebook

Keep Your Pipes Safe!

Think before you flush.  Flushable wipes not so flushable.  How to keep your pipes safe.

Flushable wipes notice.pdf (erwinny.org)


Following a nationwide search, the Town has appointed a Deputy Town Manager.  Melissa Greenthal will replace Rita McCarthy as Town Manager when Rita retires in July after 33 years of service to the Town.  More information will follow when Melissa joins the Town in February.

Parks and Volunteers.
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Parks and Volunteers

The Town of Erwin gratefully recognizes the contribution to the community of the efforts of “Reach the Valley” an outreach of Victory Highway Wesleyan Church for painting 8 picnic tables and 2 benches at Kinsella Park and to thank participants Sarah Jane Capper, Sue Strack, Meri Terwilliger, Gary Putnam, Andy Cole, and Doug Cole.


The Town of Erwin gratefully recognizes the contribution to the community of the efforts of Beartown Alliance Church for painting the playground equipment at Scudder Webber Park and to thank participants Kelly Adriance, Max Adriance, Erika Soltis, Becky Soltis, Faith Marmor, Dave Bretch, and Jenn Bretch.

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Bridge is clear, Rains have come!
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Ames Plaza Update

The Applicant has submitted a revised concept site plan and has committed to no “overnight parking”, no one sleeping in vehicles. It was determined that the revised plan complies with the Town of Erwin Zoning. The next steps are that the applicant must complete a traffic study and submit a full preliminary engineering package to the Planning Board. The Planning Board schedule and agendas are posted on the Town’s website and Facebook page. A deadline for completing the demolition of the former Ames building has been established.