West Seneca- The City with a Proud Past and Unlimited Future
Located centrally in Erie County, West Seneca has a population of 44, 711. Together with Hamburg and Orchard Park, West Seneca forms the inner ‘Southtowns’ and it also lies in the former West Seneca Creek Reservation.
Historically, West Seneca was formed from the towns of Hamburg and Cheektowaga. The city offers a rich sub-urban lifestyle and a perfect blend of family-focused events.
The city has 15 town parks, an indoor skating rink, and a large soccer complex. West Seneca is also home to the Charles E. Burchfield Nature and Art Center and Family YMCA facility that opened in 2003.
The climate can be best described as snowy in winters and hot in summers. It also receives a substantial amount of wind. So, you can expect a bit of everything in West Seneca. Plus, you can expect a bit of cloud both in winters and summers. The average temperature throughout the year varies between 19°F and 79°F.