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West Seneca

West Seneca incorporated in 1851, but was originally before that by the Seneca Indians. The early settlers where the “Ebenezers”, an early German Lutheran group and they migrated to what is known as West Seneca in the mid-1850’s. The early farming gave way to todays residential communities, with combination ranches and cape codes in the 1940-1960’s and industrial/commercial development. West Seneca sits just south-southeast of the city of Buffalo. West Seneca today can be best described as a flourishing suburban area with it’s 2-school school zones in the district. Highly competitive athletic programs and high academics with a very diverse population would summarize the school district.

West Seneca is home to the Southgate Plaza with its shopping and Communities Day Festival held each summer. There are many shopping and restaurants venues to choose from through-out the township.

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