Member Community: Concord

The Town of Concord was first settled in 1807 and was organized by an act of the state legislature in 1812. At the time of its formation, the town encompassed the entire southern part of Erie County. The Towns of Collins, North Collins, and Sardinia were later formed from what was originally Concord. In 1834, a hamlet in the southernmost part of the town officially incorporated and became the Village of Springville.

Through the years Concord has been the home to several famous people. Among Concord's native sons are: Glen "Pop" Warner, the Father of Modern Day Football, Dr. Ralph Waite, a pioneer of painless dentistry, George Schuster, winner of the Around the World Race in 1908, and Jack Yellen, song writer and composer of such tunes as "Happy Days Are Here Again."

The Town of Concord is situated in southern Erie County and consists of the Village of Springville and the hamlets of Mortons Corners, East Concord, Fowlerville, Glenwood and Wyandale.

State Routes 219 and 39 pass through the township as well as county Route 240. It is located less than thirty miles from the City of Buffalo and an even shorter drive to Ralph Wilson Stadium, home of the Buffalo Bills football team. Consisting of approximately seventy square miles, Concord is one of the largest towns in terms of area in Erie County. Population at the time of the 2000 census was 8,600 with 4,300 residing in the Village of Springville.

Located in the township on its southern border is the pristine Zoar Valley and the Cattaraugus Creek providing some of the most beautiful scenery, fishing, hiking, canoeing and hunting in Western New York. In the northern section of the Concord in Sprague Brook Park, a county facility with many camping sites as well as cross country skiing and hiking trails. In the southern most area of the town is Scoby Dam Park, Erie County's newest park and where some of the finest steel head trout in the country are caught.

Kissing Bridge, a popular ski resort is located in Concord's borders, and a series of attractive parks operated by town and village government exists throughout the town and village. Concord is also home to two golf courses. Springville Country Club is a beautiful private PGA rated course on the edge of Zoar Valley, and Concord Crest is an excellent 18 hole public course located in the hamlet of East Concord.

The Town of Concord enjoys many of the advantages of a much larger community, but maintains the ambiance of a small town.

Town Hall

Town of Concord Town Hall | 716-592-4948 | 86 Franklin St. P.O. Box 368 Springville, NY 14141


Miller's Dairy Farm/Nursery/Market
716-592-7575 | 11908 Route 240, East Concord
Waterman's Greenhouse | 716-592-9186 | 12316 Vaughn Street, East Concord
Wendels Poultry Farm | 716-592-2299 | 12466 Vaughn Street, East Concord


Concord Crest Golf Course | 716-592-7636 | 9255 Genesee Road, East Concord
Concord Mercantile General Store circa 1900 716-592-5546 or 592-0094
17 Franklin Street, Springville
Kissing Bridge Ski Resort | 716-592-4963 | 10296 State Road, Glenwood
Lucy Bensley Genealogy Center | 716-592-0094 | 23 N. Buffalo Street, Springville
Pop Warner Museum/Concord Historical Museum | 716-592-5546 | 98 E Main Street, Springville
Scoby Dam Park Scoby Hill Road, Springville
Sprague Brook Park | 716-592-2804 | 9674 Foote Road, Glenwood
Springville Center for the Arts | 716-592-9038 | 37 North Buffalo Street, Springville
Zoar Valley Multiple Use Area/State Park


Papa Jakes Saloon | 716-592-9400 | 243 W. Main Street, Springville


Gentners Commission Market | 716-592-4062 | 341 W Main Street, Springville