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- Mayor Brown Launches a Design Contest in Buffalo
- Mayor Byron Brown, joined today by representatives from IBM and LAMAR Advertising, launched an open design contest for graphic artists, design teams and students to develop a logo that will identify the advertising campaign that will help foster, cultivate and preserve the culture of diversity, inclusion, fairness and equality in Buffalo. The logo competition seeks a visual identity for the City of Buffalo Opportunity Pledge, whichMayor Brown announced during his State of the City address in Feb
- Mayor Brown Kicks-Off 14th Annual Reading Rules!
- Mayor Byron Brown, joined by students from PS #94 West Hertel Academy, kicked off the Mayor’s annual Reading Rules! Kids Summer Reading Challenge. The summer program, now in its 14th year, is designed to help students maintain and improve their reading and writing skills during the summer months.
- Food Truck Thursday
- City of Buffalo pilot program provides downtown residents and workers with even more lunch time options during the summer months...
- June Marks Gun Violence Awareness Month In Buffalo
- community groups and anti-violence advocates promote upcoming educational awareness activities...
- Immigrant Heritage Month
- Mayor Byron W. Brown issued a proclamation today in recognition of June as Immigrant Heritage Month in Buffalo...
- Northland Beltline Corridor Redevelopment Project
- Final Key Property Acquisition...
- Reopening of Senior Apartments
- City allocates $700,000 to this $13.5 million affordable senior housing renovation project in North Buffalo...
- Tentative Agreement with The Buffalo Police Benevolent Association
- Mayor Brown says contract continues his commitment to prudent fiscal management and secures a residency requirement for new Police Officers...
- 201 Ellicott Street
- City of Buffalo incorporates Erie Community College’s plan for enhanced downtown space...
- New Director Of BETC
- Demone Smith to lead efforts to provide career training for city and county residents, meet workforce needs of local employers...