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Welcome to AUDUBON 
Audubon is a woodsy residential community nestled among trees, ponds and walking paths in Amherst, NY. Located near the University at Buffalo’s suburban campus, Audubon features “shed style” architecture-- a rarity in the Northeast, but fairly common in the Pacific Northwest. The “shed style” includes homes with vertical stained wood slats and odd angles. 

Audubon is a multi-cultural enclave. From college students to senior citizens, Audubon’s population is diverse. There are many single family homes in Audubon, as well as senior housing complexes and apartment buildings. 

Some 3,000 people call Audubon home, and when homes go on the market here they sell quickly. The school district is top-notch, the community is well-maintained and safe, and Audubon is ideally located near all sorts of amenities, including restaurants, grocery stores and entertainment options. 
Contact Us
​NORTH FOREST RD. STUDENT HOUSING- The Amherst Town Planning Board has a public work session/meeting Thurs., Sept. 20 at 6pm/6:30pm in the Conference Room at 5583 Main St., Wmsvl., talking about the proposed student housing development called "The Hub at Amherst" on N. Forest Rd. near Audubon. More info here-- 

Potholes- See a pothole in Audubon that needs filling? Email the location to

Tennis Lessons- Call Neeru Gupta at 716-688-9166

Garage Sale Days- If you're thinking of having a garage sale in 2019 in Audubon, please email with your name, street number address, email address and phone number. Put "garage sales" as your subject line. We'll start an email list of who's interested and then coordinate garage sale days for sometime in May or June 2019. Note: We had community-wide garage sale days on June 22/23, 2018. 

Guitar Gazebo- Do you have an acoustic guitar and like to play music outdoors? Do so at the Audubon Gazebo. Looking for people to play with? Call Bill Pistner at 472-3394 or email 

Community Notes