West Seneca is a city in Erie County and part of the greater Buffalo-Niagara region. West Seneca has a population of over 44,711. Being located southwest of Buffalo, West Seneca is considered to be part of the Southtowns and it is a popular area for commuters to live as many neighborhoods are more inclined towards families in this area.
West Seneca was actually created from parts of Cheektowaga and Hamburg, formally becoming known as “West Seneca” in 1852. This city is known for sprawling suburbs that attract families. In fact, over 12,000 families have put down roots in West Seneca, according to the latest census.
Like much of Western New York, West Seneca has plenty of greenspace and over ten well-known parks that locals to the area frequent during summer and winter months.
While West Seneca isn’t directly on the lake, it is part of the Southtowns that regularly receive heavy lake effect snow.
West Seneca residents were affected by famous storms such as the Blizzard of ‘77 and the October Surprise Storm. West Seneca averages around 103 inches of snow per winter season, almost quadrupling the average snowfall a city in the US gets.
BENEFITS OF WESTERN NEW YORK SNOW REMOVAL
Western New York Snow Removal provides reliable snow and ice management services for sidewalks, driveways, and parking lots including:
- Deicing: We use pre-treated rock salt that offers better ice formation protection even at low temperatures.
- Snowplowing: Heavy duty pickup trucks equipped with 8’ plows, snow blowers, and shovels can remove snow from any home or business.
- Sidewalks: Snow blowers and sidewalk tractors are deployed to keep sidewalks clear.
- Snow Relocation: When heavy lake effect snow strikes, we load up our dump trucks to haul it away from your property.
West Seneca SNOW REMOVAL FOR DRIVEWAYS, PARKING LOTS, AND SIDEWALKS
Western New York Snow Removal is well equipped to handle snow and ice removal on large and small driveways, large commercial and industrial parking lots, and sidewalks. We can keep your property clear during the winter season to get you safely to and from work and school.