The following file is the 2011 Town and County Tax Roll for the town of Allegany, New York.
The 2011 Cattaraugus County Town and County Tax Rolls.
The Cattaraugus County Legislature has unanimously approved a measure to allow Cattaraugus County residents affected by the recent flooding throughout the region to dispose of storm debris free of charge at the Portville, Allegany, and Salamanca Transfer Stations on Saturday, December 11th and Saturday, December 18th.
The Cattaraugus County Office of Emergency Services reports that the Allegheny River has crested at both the Salamanca and Olean river gauge locations. Residents should continue to use caution when faced with high water scenarios in and around their homes.
A State of Emergency remains in effect for the Village of Allegany and the Town of Portville.
Several state roads are currently closed:
Update: As of December 7, 2010 these roads are no longer closed.
The Cattaraugus County Office of Emergency Services is operating a Disaster Operations Center as a result of localized regional flooding. In cooperation with the National Weather Service, the Office of Emergency Services is closely monitoring the situation throughout Cattaraugus County.
A State of Emergency has been declared for the Village of Allegany and the Town of Portville.
Updated: December 7, 2010 These road closings do not apply. Please check the Cattaraugus County website for updates.
Updated: Added new map below. Please visit the latest news release; areas of Cattaraugus County that are in States of Emergency
Due to the flooding Cattaraugus County has created two maps to aid residents and travelers.
The “DOH-360CUV: Water System Operation Report” form is used to report on the daily operation of disinfection systems for public water supplies.
The "DOH-1323: Report on Operation of Swimming Pool" form is used to report on the daily operation of disinfection systems for public swimming pools.
Both of these forms are available in two file types below. One is a pdf version that may be printed and filled in by hand. The other is a MS Excel file, for operators that wish to fill out the report on a computer. Read more
All fees charged for Environmental Health services are established by the Cattaraugus County Legislature through local law.
The download below is the most recent revision of the local law establishing fees to be charged by the Cattaraugus County Health Department. This law became effective August 1, 2011.
Please note that with the establishment of this fee schedule, non-profit organizations are no longer exempt from fees charged for Environmental Health services.
The "Water/Sewer Survey Request Form" is used to request a survey (or inspection) of private water supplies and sewage disposal systems in connection with Real Property Transfers. Cattaraugus County requires that these surveys be performed for many types of property transfers. In addition, lending agencies may also require them as part of the lending process.
Construction of small sewage disposal systems in Cattaraugus County requires a permit issued by the Cattaraugus County Health Department.
The "Application for a Small Sewage Disposal System Construction Permit" is the standard form used to obtain a permit for all sewage disposal system types. Read more