Everyone knows that Santa lives in the North Pole, but since Santa is also the same guy that travels the world in a single night, he becomes familiar with a lot of places. 

Fortunately for us, we have seen Santa at several places around Western New York, including the Walden Galleria, The Pink Cow, and the Hamburg Fairgrounds to name a few. 

Clearly, Santa makes quite a bit of time to visit the good boys and girls of Western New York. 

So one day, should Santa ever retire or pass the gift delivering responsibilities to his son or daughter, maybe he would consider retiring in Western New York. 

There are so many cute towns around Buffalo that really hone in on the Christmas spirit every year…which makes it quite a competition when it comes to choosing a town to reside in. 

We asked Western New Yorkers on Facebook at 106.5 WYRK where they thought Santa would want to live and here are some of the best responses. 

These Western New York Towns Would Be A Great Place For Santa To Live

So many places in Western New York that are holly jolly, but these towns definitely top the list when it comes to places where Santa could live.

Gallery Credit: Kadie Daye via Public Facebook Thread

Did you know about the original Santa school in Albion? Legend has it – a farmer by the name of Charles W. Howard set up the school back in 1937. It was a school that showed its students how to spread Christmas cheer and the jolly of the season.  

According to the school’s official website, they still have classes, as recently as October 2023. You can read more about that here.

Where do you think Santa would live? Let us know below. 

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