Mitch Nowakowski


Mitch Nowakowski
 Council Member, Fillmore District
65 Niagara Sq., Rm. 1401
Buffalo, NY 14202

PHONE: (716) 851 – 4138

District Office Staff
Phyllis Yarborough
Senior Legislative Assistant

Council Member Mitch Nowakowski, representing the Fillmore District, is a community leader with a profound dedication to nurturing the safety and vibrancy of pivotal diverse neighborhoods within his jurisdiction.

Council Member Nowakowski represents a diverse district that spans from Allentown to Broadway-Fillmore, from Chippewa to Canalside, and from Cobblestone to Bailey. With his close work and relationships with Buffalo Police and various city hall departments, he extends positive impacts not only to these neighborhoods but also to entertainment districts like Chippewa, Canalside, Allentown, and Cobblestone.

As Finance Chair, Mitch Nowakowski is prepared to exert considerable effort and diligence to optimize the efficiency of the city's finances. He is dedicated to overseeing the effective distribution of the American Rescue Plan (ARP) dollars awarded to the City of Buffalo, ensuring that these funds reach the streets and communities promptly.

Council Member Nowakowski is also deeply involved in the preservation and redevelopment of projects, extending his passion not only to initiatives within his district, such as the Central Terminal and 950 Broadway, but also across the entire city.

Mitch's advocacy extends to the disabled community in Buffalo, where he actively works to ensure that legislation passed by the Council reflects the needs and concerns of individuals with disabilities and everyone who lives, works, and pays taxes in the City of Buffalo. His unwavering commitment to inclusivity and community well-being continues to make a positive impact on the city he serves.

Finance Committee

Civil Service Committee
Education Committee
Police Oversight Committee
Preservation Committee
Transportation Committee
Waterfront Development Committee

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