Orchard Park, New York


One of the most charming and distinctive communities in Western New York, Orchard Park is one of several "Southtowns" suburbs of Buffalo.

The Village of Orchard Park, a collection of historic buildings, well maintained homes, numerous shops, unique, boutiques, and fine restaurants, is centered around the "Four Corners".

The village is our social and economic hub, but recreational activities radiate to the boundaries of the township and extend across all four of our distinctive seasons. Orchard Park is the virtual home of the Buffalo Bills who play at Ralph Wilson Stadium and train a magnificent indoor practice field.

The village residents number just over 4,000 but the town easily exceeds 27,000.

The township has established areas designated as business parks in well-planned, nicely designed zones which allow for light industry.

Our schools both private and public consistently rank among the top in New York Sate and the South Campus of Erie County Community College lies within the township.

Arts , entertainment, and dining are well positioned and deeply rooted within the community too.

Building on the firm family traditions of our early Quaker settlers, Orchard Park is vibrant, alive and growing!

Orchard Park Education

A wide range of educational choices are available in Orchard Park. Starting at preschool options continue in the K-12 grades with a well respected public school system supplemented with many outstanding private schools. Vocational opportunities supplement Erie County Community South Campus locating within the township and a vast collection of numerous higher educational institutions located within a short radius of the town.

Several private nursery schools and day care centers are available within the town, complementing the public and parochial schools in the area.

There are four elementary districts in the Orchard Park public school system. Each district has specific geographic borders which insure the primary age students attend the school closest to their home in most cases.

The elementary schools are Eggert, Ellicott, South Davis and Windom. Grades kindergarten through fifth are included in the elementary buildings.