2022 Village Elections:
The Village of Williamsville’s next election will be held from noon to 9 p.m. Tuesday, June 21, at Village Hall, 5565 Main St.
This is a special election to fill two seats once held by previously elected trustees, both of whom vacated their positions prior to the conclusion of their terms.
The seats held by current board trustees David F. Sherman and Matt Carson are mayoral appointments that are valid through June.
The top two vote-earners will be elected. Both board seats carry one-year terms.
Below is an image of the official ballot.
Please note the following details:
- Requests for further information about village elections are referred to the Erie County Board of Elections.
- Additional election information can be accessed by visiting the website of the New York Conference of Mayors (NYCOM). For a direct link to NYCOM’s “Calendar of Dates” – a 35-page election handbook – click here.
Village Election Procedure:
Village of Williamsville elections are generally held in odd years, on the third Tuesday in June.
Elected officials take office the first Monday in July.
Full terms of office are four years each. There are no term limits.
The Village Board consists of four trustees and a mayor. Also elected every four years is the term of village justice.
The election officer is Village Clerk Judy Kindron.