Welcome to the Village of Youngstown

Youngstown, New York is a quaint and historic village in the Town of Porter located just 11 miles north of Niagara Falls. Situated at the mouth of the Niagara River, where it meets Lake Ontario, residents and visitors to Youngstown enjoy the local shops and restaurants, water activities and amazing sunsets. 

 

We now accept credit card payments!

To pay:

Water and Sewer

Taxes

Other fees

VILLAGE OF YOUNGSTOWN ONLINE PROPERTY TAX DATABASE

By clicking the link below, residents can lookup the current status of their property taxes.  This includes tax amount and rate, payment status and assessed valuation lookup. 

July 1, 2022

Reminder: Today is the last day for Village tax collection without penalty.

The Village Office closes at 3:30 p.m. Payments placed in the drop box after close (3:30 p.m.) will incur a penalty as they will not be received until Tuesday, July 5.

Postmark is accepted, however, if you are using online bill pay, the payment envelope is NOT postmarked and will incur penalty if received after today’s mail delivery.

June 27, 2022

REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS

The Village of Youngstown is formally soliciting a Request for Proposals to purchase Village real property commonly known as the Cold Storage property located at 701 Nancy Price, Drive, Youngstown, New York.

Prospective bidders must commit to complete demolition of the current structures and removal of debris upon the premises within one (1) year of transfer of title. Bidders must demonstrate to the

Village their ability to have the building demolished with the one (1) year time frame to be considered. Premises are being sold in an “as is” Condition.

Proposals must be submitted not later than July 7, 2022, at 2:00 PM to the office of the Village Clerk 240 Lockport Street, Youngstown, NY 14174 or via email at clerksoffice@youngstownnewyork.us

 

June 16, 2022

Employment Opportunity

Police Chief-P/T:  Direct responsibility for all police functions, ability to organize, plan and direct law enforcement activities, budgeting, report preparation.  Multitasking abilities, enforcement of State and Local Laws.  Excellent communication skills a must.  Must have been appointed law enforcement through eligible list at some time.

Senior Van Driver-P/T: Must possess a valid driver license.  Must be able to operate a motor vehicle used in the transport of senior citizens to and from various appointments.  Loading and unloading of packages, clean and maintain vehicle, keep accurate records including mileage log.  Flexibility for schedule necessary.  Ability to organize and schedule daily ride appointments for maximum efficiency $13.20/hr

Please forward resume via email to  clerksoffice@youngstownnewyork.us, mail to PO Box 168, Youngstown, NY, or deposit in drop box at Village Center 240 Lockport St. by June 27, 2022. 

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