TO THE VILLAGE OF CELORON, NEW YORK
From the Mayor:
the Village of Celoron, rich in history that dates back to 1749 exploration
We are a small Village with a population of about 1250 at the
southwestern end of Chautauqua Lake. We have over 2000 feet of
public access lakefront with a seven-acre public park. Our Lucille
Ball Memorial Park has a boat launch, lighthouse, band shell, pavilion,
picnic area, playground, and a community center. In addition, we
have several marinas and a friendly, inviting residential base.
We are the childhood home of Lucille Ball, "The First Lady of Comedy"
and the long-time home of "Historic Celoron Park", called the Coney
Island of Lake Chautauqua.
For those who live outside our Village in Western New York and a far,
Celoron is a stop you should not miss. See our lakefront community
with a beautiful view of Chautauqua Lake and enjoy the cool breeze on a
hot summer evening.
For any who may want to make their home with us or open a business, we
have residential, commerical, and industrial properties available.
Scott Schrecengost, Mayor