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    Longs Homestead
  • 1951 Arerial Photo
    1951 photo
  • bascule bridge
    Bascule Bridge
  • BIKEPATH
    Bike Path along Erie Canal
  • bridge over canal
  • Canal
    Erie Canal now Niawanda Park
  • canal photo
    Erie Canal
  • Canal thru Tonawanda
  • City Hall
  • Gateway Harbor
    Gateway Harbor
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  • harbor
  • R hist soc
    Historical Society
  • R ice yard
    Ice Yard
  • R monument
    Veteran's Monument
  • Council, Mayor, Clerk, Treasurer, City Attorneys

Resident & Visitor Information

Board of Education
Building Permits
Garbage Disposal
Licenses
Library
Requested Phone Numbers
Tax Bills
2014 Assessment Roll
Sewer Billing
Water Bills
Overnight Parking Regulations click on Chapter 62, Article 4, Chapter 112 of the Charter & Code
Park Rules & Regulations click on Chapter 42 of the Charter & Code


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CONTACT US

Tonawanda City Hall
Address: 200 Niagara Street
Tonawanda, NY 14150
Hours: 8:30AM - 4:30PM, Monday – Friday
Phone: 716-695-1800
Fax: 716-695-8315
Email: coverholt@ci.tonawanda.ny.us
Contact us to add your event to the calendar or if you notice any issues with the website.  We will be happy to assist you.

News & Announcements

Garden Walk - Friday Night July 11th & Saturday, July 12th Read More »
New Speed Limit in effect for Niagara Street Read More »
New Website is launched. Read More »
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WELCOME TO THE CITY OF TONAWANDA

The City of Tonawanda is located along the picturesque Niagara River and Erie Canal, along the route between Buffalo and Niagara Falls, New York. Our miles of waterfront parks offer spectacular views from Niawanda and Gateway Parks that bring visitors to our shores for the many summer activities we have to offer.

Tune to radio station WQFJ980 at 1670 AM the Tonawanda Information Station for City of Tonawanda.

Area Parks and Shelter Rentals

Our Parks Department has plenty of places for you to host your next event.  These include a park setting Gazebo for large weddings, a smaller gazebo along the river for intimate weddings, outdoor park shelters for parties of any size, and an indoor Pavilion for year round use.  Contact the Parks Department for more information.