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Congratulations to Stephen Smith
Stephen Smith with his Buffalo Astronomical Association Achievement Award for his implementation and continued dedication to the Wilson STAR SEARCH program
Upcoming STAR SEARCH dates are June 14, July 12, August 9, September 13, and October 11 held at Calvin E Krueger Park, 350 Ontario Street Wilson NY at dusk.

 

Check out our "LOCAL EVENTS" link to see what's happening in our Village for 2014!

 

2014-2015 Village Budget  can be found under "Departments"

 

 

 

 

 

The Historic Village of Wilson

On The Shores of Lake Ontario 

 

Welcome to the Historic Village of Wilson.  The Village of Wilson, the only incorporated village in Niagara County, was incorporated on May 11, 1858, and is located on the shores of Lake Ontario between the towns of Porter to the west and Newfane to the east.  It is approximately 18 miles from the County seat at the City of Lockport and similar distance from the Lewiston/Queenston Bridge linking Niagara County to Canada.

 

Cultural assets include the Wilson Free Library and the Wilson Historical Society Museum complex.

 

One of the ways the Village of Wilson benefits from the moderate climate of the region is the abundance of locally grown produce available.  The geographic orientation of Niagara County to Lake Ontario produces conditions favorable to the cultivation of tree-born fruits, grapes, and a variety of row cropped foodstuffs suitable for fresh consumption and perserving alike.

 

If you have questions, concerns, or suggestions, the Village's main email address is villageofwilson@verizon.net

 

 

Search our calendar for upcoming events or check out the menus and bands playing at our local restaurants.

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Federal Piers and the Army Corp of Engineers

Please be advised that the Army Corp of Engineers, whom is the governing entity over the Federal Piers located near the Village of Wilson Waste Water Treatment Plant on Ontario St, has installed Danger and Warning signs on both piers discouraging swimming and diving from the piers, and even walking on the piers during inclement weather (rain, snow and ice) in an effort to prevent any further tragedies or injuries.

 

Parents, please advise your children of the dangers of swimming in this boating area and to use swimming areas that are supervised and safe for this activity.

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