Village of
Summer Sunset
Photo Courtesy of Village Resident Ron Zito
Thank you
Thank you to our Village residents for bearing with us during the Village water flushing. We did receive quite a few calls so we are now implementing an email system. I just sent out an email to everyone on our water billing list and our newsletter list. If you would like to be added to that list, please email and I will be glad to do so!

The DPW is finished with the water line flushing, if you still have brown water, please run it until it runs clear. If it doesn't seem to be working, please call our office.

Thank you again for your patience during this crucial part of keeping our water lines clear.
Thank You

Krueger Park Dog Park CLOSED


Attention Village Residents,


We have been having issues with the water/sewer payments that are being sent in.  We are receiving checks that are either "rounded up" or "rounded down" and not written for what is "due".  We cannot accept payments unless they're written out for what your account is due.  Please be cautious when writing your checks that they're made out exactly as what appears on the bill you receive from the Village.


If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to call the office.


Thank you for understanding,

Village Clerk's Office



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Water Report



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.



ATTENTION: Lakeshore Residents
July 18, 2017

Our local Legislators have created a letter for our shoreline residents to complete and send on to Congressman Chris Collins requesting a change and leadership.


Feel free to complete and sign this letter and mail soon!


Broadband for ALL New Yorkers!
Did you know that only **three items** should be flushed down the toilet?
Can you name them? I'm sure you can! The Village guys have given us a fantastic article to read while using our facilities. Please read & share to help keep our sewers in great working order without costly sewer repairs!

Home of the Free because of the Brave!
Courtesy of Ed Goodnight