A beautiful keepsake ornament has been specially designed for Holland's Bicentennial! The ornament features a Ken Tanner color sketch of Main Street Holland in 1920. It's done on white ceramic with gold trim, has a red hanging ribbon, and is gift-boxed. It's not just for the holidays! The price is $15 which includes sales tax. The ornament will be available at the Holland Town Hall.
Town of Holland History Books are now available at the Town Hall!
Holland Historical Society's "Time Tested Favorites" Community Cookbook is now on sale at the Town Hall. $12 per book. Proceeds benefit the Historical Society!
2018 Rain Barrel and Compost Bin Sale
Town of Holland Tentative 2018 Tax Roll
Annual Drinking Water Quality Report for 2017
Erie County Sheriff's Office Sex Offender Registry Unit
****Recycling is every other week regardless of the size tote you are using. Our next recycling week May 29th and 30th.
Town of Holland – Memorial Day Services Monday, May 28, 2018. Join us as we observe Memorial Day 10:00 a.m. - Main Street Parade followed by a service at Humphrey Cemetery (7577 Olean Road) Note: Bus transportation will be available from the Town parking lot to and from Humphrey Cemetery (parking at the cemetery is limited).
After the cemetery service, all are welcome for coffee & donuts at Holland’s Frank H. Brink Post #607 (Legion Drive).The American Legion Post is also hosting an on-site Chicken BBQ. Please support our veterans!
Holland's "Heritage Tour" -- Early homesteads, businesses and cemeteries can be found on Holland's "Heritage Tour." This self-guided walking and driving tour is mapped out in a descriptive brochure that can be found at the Holland Town Hall and local businesses. Signs along the roadside designate the earliest settlements. Note: Those touring are not allowed to enter homeowners' properties or residences. Please be respectful of this request.
Town of Holland's Comprehensive Plan
Things to Do
Welcome to Holland, NY
Established in 1818, the Town of Holland (pop. 3,612) is a rural and residential community in the center of the eastern edge of Erie County, NY. Holland prides itself on its charming, small-town atmosphere, its fine school system, and its rural friendliness. The Town also offers several shops, offices, eateries, and a NASCAR racetrack. It is also home to the annual "Tulip Festival" held each May since 1956.