Cattaraugus County

1 West Washington Street
Ellicottville, NY 14731

TOWN OF ELLICOTTVILLE

PO Box 600
716-699-2240

TOWN COURT
28 Parkside Drive, PO Box 824
716-699-1014

VILLAGE OF ELLICOTTVILLE
PO Box 475
716-699-4636

VILLAGE COURT
9 Mill Street (Court) 28 Parkside
716-699-4513


Hours:
Monday - Friday
8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Closed on weekends & holidays



A NOTE FROM
THE SUPERVISOR


Matthew McAndrew
Phone: 716-699-2100
Fax: 716-699-2334


Supervisor's Clerk Tracy Stokes





WELCOME to our webiste.  The Town of Ellicottville's southwest corner lies near the geographical center of the county and was formed from the Town of Ischua by an act of the Legislature on April 13, 1820.  The Town took its name from the Village of Ellicottville, which was first settled in 1815.  The organization of Cattaraugus County and the designation of Ellicottville (Village) as the County Seat occurred on March 28, 1817.

Ellicottville as the County Seat and as an office location of the Holland Land Company was a first place where land parcels were sold and deed were filed.  It became in important agricultural center as well.  After the Industrial Revoluation, Ellicottville became a center of manufacturing of wood products and lumber, furniture both home and office, lockers, baseball bat billets, hand tools, straight razors, scissors and knives, which have all been manufactured here.

Town Town of Ellicottville is fortnunate that manufacturing jobs remain in the area today.  Recently, the Town is better known from becoming a year-round tourist destination.  Holiday Valley is a leading four-season resort; a conference center; and Holimont is one of the world's largest ski clubs.  In addition to skiing and snowboarding, the area offers golf, swimming, hiking, hunting, mountain biking, fishing, and many other attractions.  Entertainment, shopping, and a variety of acommodations and fine restaurants are also nearby.

Thank you for virtually visting, and I hope you get the chance to come and enjoy the Town of Ellicottville.