Town of West Union

Founded in 1845

Located in Steuben County, the Town of West Union is on the NY/PA border. Since its founding in 1845, small-town country living has thrived in West Union, New York. 

     Quiet country roads, small churches, friendly neighbors, and some of the best deer hunting in New York State, make living in West Union highly desirable. Nearby sport fishing, rich wildlife, and lush scenery only add to this small part of Western New York.

Monthly Board Meeting Summary

The regular monthly meeting was called to order at 6:45 pm by Supervisor, Randy Heckman. Board members present were Patty Irion, Larry McCaffrey, Wendy Potter. Linda Mullen was absent . Community members present were , Mort Mullen, Marsha Mullen ,George Whiesell, Tony Meunier, and Annie Meunier. The minutes from October 21st were approved. Hope everyone is getting a chance to check out the website. Pictures should be getting posted soon from the Memorial dedication. Thank you to everyone that came out to this great event. Tony Meunier presented the West Union firehall financial report. George Whitsell presented the roads that were seasonal roads. They are listed below. The highway and general vouchers were presented and approved. The meeting was adjourned at 7:30 pm. The next regular board meeting will be December 19, 2013 at 6:00pm.

Seasonal roads:

Wallace Rd from Jack Losey’s to Route 248

Townline Rd from Rt. 60 to Greenwood line on Wallace side

Keenan Rd from Mary Spelling’s to Route 248

Mahoney Rd from Shaw’s to Route 248

Lion Rd all of it

Coleman Rd from Frost Rd to Shamrock Rd

Kelley Rd from Boucher’s to County Rt. 84

Smith Rd all of it





Shirley McCaffrey

Town Clerk