About Pendleton, NY

Pendleton, located adjacent to the City of Niagara Falls in the south-central region of Niagara County, is home to more than 6,400 residents. The Erie Canal passes through the city, which is known for having beautiful, historic homes, a large number of parks and green spaces and as the former home of novelist Joyce Carol Oates. In 2010, the Western New York Residency Evaluation Committee named Pendleton as one of the best places to grow up in America.

It’s easy to get around Pendleton. Several highways bisect the city, including State Routes 78, 93 and 270. For longer trips, the city is within a 45-minute drive of Buffalo International Airport, where you can get non-stop flights to more than 30 cities around the United States and other parts of North America. Pendleton has a small-town charm, but quick access to big city conveniences.

Advantageously, quality health care is available nearby. Millard FIllmore Suburban Hospital is located in nearby Williamsville. In addition, Buffalo’s Buffalo General Medical Center receives high marks from “US News and World Report” magazine.

For recreation, Pendleton offers a half-dozen city parks, including the 22-acre Pendleton Town Park. Facilities include a baseball diamond, batting cages, hiking and biking trails and a picnic and grilling area.

School age residents of Pendleton attend the public schools of the Starpoint Central School District, one of the fastest growing school districts in the state. In addition, the Pendleton area is home to several private schools, including St. Christopher Roman Catholic School in Tonawanda, Amherst Christian Academy in Amherst and DeSales in Lockport, NY. For post-secondary education, nearby Amherst is home to the northern campus of the University of Buffalo.

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