Updates & Construction Time Tables:
Town of Oakfield 2019 Final Roll
View the Town of Oakfield 2019 Assessment Roll
2018 Final Assessment Roll
View the 2018 Final Assessment Roll
2020 Anti-Rabies Immunization Clinics
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FARM LAND PROTECTION INFORMATION
2017 Water Quality Report
WATER DISTRICT 4 - Completed.
WATER DISTRICT 5 - Completed.
WATER DISTRICT 6 - Completed.
WATER DISTRICT 7 - Completed.
WATER DISTRICT 8 - Completed.
WATER DISTRICT 9 - Completed.
WATER DISTRICT 10 - Completed.
WATER DISTRICT 11 -Completed.
- April 8, 2020
- April 10, 2020
- April 14, 2020
- April 20, 2020
In response to COVID-19 and the fact that GVEP has closed the schools, we recommend that you please call the Town Offices or email us first if you need something.
We will do our best to accommodate your needs.
Please stay safe, wash your hand and call to check on loved ones.
In accordance with the Oakfield Town Supervisor and the Oakfield Town Board, it has been decided that during the Coronavirus crisis, we are offering to the ELDERLY and DISABLED residents in the Town & Village of Oakfield the following service:
Volunteers will get FOOD and ESSENTIAL household items for those in need. The items will be delivered to your home at which time payment is mandatory (cash or check only). Volunteers will purchase items with their own money so please be prepared to pay them when the items are delivered.
Our volunteers will practice Personal Protection for both you and themselves. They will not be entering the home, just delivering to the door, with minimal contact and collecting the funds for the purchases.
If you are in need of this service, please contact the Oakfield Town Office at 948-5835 ext. 101, Monday-Thursday 9:00-4:00 and leave a message. A volunteer will return your call as soon as possible.
Taxpayers have the ability to make a payment from home with a credit card or electronic check. Please note that there is a 3% convenience fee with a minimum $3 charge for paying online.
Over the past year, the Village and Town have been participating in a project called Green Genesee Smart Genesee (GGSG).
Green Genesee Smart Genesee is a science-based/community-led sustainable land use planning project (Green Genesee) that can be used as a tool for strengthening comprehensive planning and land use regulations (Smart Genesee) in Genesee County. The purpose of this project is to secure a resilient natural environment, a vibrant economy and a high quality of life for our children today and their children tomorrow.
One of the responsibilities, as a participant of the group, is to make the public aware of the comprehensive planning to achieve sustainable growth for our communities.
The Genesee County Planning Board will be presenting information about GGSG on April 8th at 7PM at the Village Office. All are welcome to attend.
Click on the link for more information – Green Genesee/Smart Genesee
Centrally located between Buffalo and Rochester, Oakfield’s setting in that of a relaxed, rural environment boasts a population of 3,250 (2010 census) residents in the Town, 1,813 residents in the Village. A close knit community, Oakfield is a wonderful place to live and raise a family.
Oakfield residents enjoy local events such as; Little League in the Spring and various Youth Sports. In the fall, Labor Days, the Annual Halloween Party and Christmas in Oakfield/Majestic Lights. Just to name a few.
Oakfield residents are only a short drive from cultural events, shopping and beautiful scenic areas including Niagara Falls and Letchworth State Park.
Closer to home, Oakfield has a wonderful school system and library, as well as several churches and community groups, which all work together to preserve “small town” America!
Oakfield is currently working on Water Districts 3-11, with WD3 in it’s final funding stages. The Board is hopeful that with-in the next 7-10 years everyone in the Town will have public water.
For the outdoorsman, located only minutes outside of Oakfield, are the Iroquois National Wildlife Refuge, Oak Orchard Wildlife Management Area and the Tonawanda Wildlife Area, all of which constitute the Alabama Swamp Complex.
This refuge comprises 10,818 acres and is managed by the United States Fish and Wildlife Service in Genesee and Orleans Counties. The refuge has several large pools (some separated by dikes), swamps, meadows, fields, and woodlands. Some areas are closed to protect the introduction of the bald eagle or to preserve wildlife. This is an amazing attraction, practically in a resident’s backyard, to take in nature at its tranquil best. Hunting, fishing and trapping, when in season, are permitted.