Welcome to the Town of Lewiston

Proud Past . . . . . Unlimited Future

     A Reassessment Meeting will be held on July 29, 2024 at 6:00 pm at the Lewiston Town Hall.  Everyone is welcome to attend to learn about the reassessment changes.  Seating is limited, and reserving a seat is necessary.  Please contact GAR Associates - 1-866-910-1776 - Monday - Friday - 9:00 am - 4:00 pm to reserve. 

     The Town of Lewiston now has the ability to send out mass text messages for emergencies, water main break, road closure, etc. If you would like to receive messages with updates from us, please email [email protected], with your name, address and the cell phone number you would like to receive these messages at. 

     The Town of Lewiston was organized in 1818, originally controlled by the French, later by the British, and ultimately becoming a part of the United States.  Due to its position as the gateway to westward expansion, Lewiston figured prominently in our country’s early development.

     Lewiston is a 64-square mile community nestled along the Niagara River on the Canadian border with a population of approximately 15,900.  It is located on the Niagara Escarpment presenting outstanding views of Toronto, the Niagara River and Lake Ontario.  It is located in the Western most portion of Niagara County.  Buffalo is a 30-mile drive to the South, Rochester 90-mile drive to the East and Toronto an 80-mile drive to the North.  Sixty-two percent of the Canadian population and fifty percent of the U.S. population reside within a 500-mile radius of Lewiston. 

     With Historic character, attractive neighborhoods, working farms and scenic vistas the Town of Lewiston is an appealing location and contributes to an excellent quality of life for its residents.  Agriculture, development standards and community vision all strive to preserve and enhance the Town’s rural character.  Orchards flourish in the unique microclimate created by the escarpment.  Lake Ontario and it’s bounty are enjoyed by locals and visitors alike.  Lewiston is the gateway to the Niagara Wine trail, with many of its vineyards supplying grapes for world-class wines.

     Lewiston has a high quality recreational system that includes excellent parks, trails and programs including specialized programs for its Senior Citizens.  A strong, vibrant village hub is the focus of commercial, service and community cultural activities.  The Hamlet of Sanborn has these services on a smaller scale. 

     Residents can choose from public or private educational institutions including the Lewiston-Porter or Niagara Wheatfield School Districts, Stella Niagara Educational Park, Sacred Heart Villa, St. Peter’s R.C. School, Niagara University and Niagara County Community College.  Lewiston Libraries include Lewiston Public Library, Sanborn-Pekin Free Library and Ransomville Free Library.