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About Town
Area Demographics
As of the 2010 census, Tonawanda, along with the Village of Kenmore had a population of 73,567, and property values of almost $3.7 billion. A dynamic expansion of facilities and personal lifestyles has added new dimensions to the quality of life in the town.

As an industrial, commercial and residential location, the Town of Tonawanda can provide the ideal solution to satisfy the varied needs of today’s more technological society.

Communities and Housing
Beautiful, tree-lined streets and comfortable homes are the hallmarks of life in the Town of Tonawanda. Residents of established neighborhoods, as well as more recently developed areas, share a common pride in home ownership. From spacious mansions to more modest homes, town residents reflect the same concern for the appearance of their community.

A wide variety of apartments and other rental housing provide the town with a variety of facilities to satisfy the lifestyle of every individual or family. All offer easy access to schools, churches, public transportation, shopping plazas, a major hospital, plus a variety of commercial and savings banks as well as other financial institutions in the town.

Covering a Wide Range of Interests
The variety of industry has fostered a heterogeneous mix of individual lifestyles within the town, which in turn affords its inhabitants a wide range of interests and activities.

Both spectator and participant sporting events are only the tip of the iceberg in reflecting the wide variety of recreational and cultural interests of town residents. There is something for everyone in the town, from bridge tournaments and baseball to neighborhood cookouts and charitable efforts. Everyone seems to find an outlet for doing their own thing within a community of such varied interests. Many of the town’s residents have elected to enjoy the advantages of living in the town during their retirement years.

A Great Place to Live, Work, and Play
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