Ellicottville is a town and village in Cattaraugus County, New York. The village is within the town. As of July of 2020, the town population was 1,615. The town has its own police force that is supplemented by county sheriffs and state troopers. Ellicottville is home to two ski resorts, which brings a lot of winter visitors. A large portion of visitors are from out of state and Canada.
Traffic violations in the village and town of Ellicottville are adjudicated in the Ellicottville Town Court. There used to be a village court for village cases, but this court was disbanded in 2019. Now, village cases are adjudicated in the town court.
A majority of Ellicottville town court cases stem from traffic stops on the US-219 and NY 242, the two main roads in the town. The two roads meet in the village of Ellicottville, where they are called Jefferson Street and Washington Street.
In the outskirts of the town, the speed limit on the US-219 is 55 mph. When the road goes into the village the speed limit is reduced to 30 mph. However, motorists often fail to notice the reduced speed limit. This part of the road is an unfortunate speed trap for numerous motorists that are not from the area.
The Benjamin Goldman Law Office is a New York traffic ticket defense firm. Our firm helps motorist with traffic related charges in Ellicottville. You can contact us for a free consultation.
The Benjamin Goldman Law Office also services out of state and Canadian motorists. Our strategies and goals are tailor-made for the type of driver’s license of the defendant. New York law allows a traffic ticket attorney to make any necessary court appearances in the place of their client. This means you do not have to worry about taking off from work or childcare to travel to court. You can get your ticket reduced without leaving the comfort of your home.
Mailing Address: PO Box 824, Ellicottville, New York 14731
Physical Address: 28 Parkside Drive, Ellicottville, NY 14731
Phone: (716) 699-1014
Fax: (716) 699-1029
Town Justices: Hon. Andrew Stokes & Hon. John Karassik
Court Clerk: Denise Richards
Prosecutor: Assistant District Attorney, Kelly Balcom, Esq.