Arbor Day 2021

April 29, 2021

The Village's Annual Arbor Day event will take place tomorrow in Corbett Park from 10a-12p.  We will plant 16 new trees with assistance from our DPW and SUNY Brockport Facilities and the Tree Board.  Children welcome to stop by and a hug a tree!

Village Board Workshop 4-26-21 Cancelled

April 23, 2021

The Village Board Workshop, scheduled for 4-26-21, has been cancelled.

The next Village Board Meeting will be May 3rd at 7pm in person at 49 State St., and on Zoom / Facebook Live.

Village Board Meeting April 19

April 16, 2021

The April 19th Village Board meeting will be held at 7pm in person at the Village Courthouse, 49 State St., and via Zoom, login information available on the agenda.  Masks and participant sign-in are required for in-person attendance.  

The proposed budget can be found here.

4/16 Havenwood Drive Update

April 16, 2021

The contractor has set the concrete on Havenwood Drive - this will take time to cure. Unfortunately, it will not be done to use driveways on Saturday.  Residents can move their cars to in front of their homes for parking on Saturday.

DPW laborers will work Sunday morning to add stone to the bottom of driveways so residents can resume use of their driveways on Sunday.

Havenwood Drive Update

April 15, 2021

The contractor plans to pour concrete tomorrow on Havenwood Drive, Friday 4/16/21.  Saturday morning, DPW expects to lay stone at the end of driveways to allow residents back in their driveways by Saturday afternoon.

Havenwood Drive Residents

April 14, 2021

To Havenwood Drive Residents-

The contractor working with our Department of Public Works to provide concrete gutters for this road was able to work with us much earlier than expected.  This is great news for finishing the project, but late notice to you for parking restrictions necessary to complete the work.  We apologize.

If you live on the *EAST* side of Havenwood Drive, please park on Candlewick Dr. or the new section of Meadow Lane beginning tomorrow, Thursday, 4/15/21 through (depending on weather) Saturday, 4/18/21.  The police department has been notified of the necessary on-street parking overnight.

If you have questions please call 637-1060 or 637-5300.

Part-time Court Clerk Position

April 8, 2021

The Village Court is hiring a part-time court clerk. Please find the full notice here.


Seasonal Laborer Positions Available

April 7, 2021

Seasonal Labor Positions Available.  Click here for the full notice.

Planning Board Meeting to be held 04/12/2021

April 5, 2021

The Planning Board will meet on April 12, 2021 at 6pm.  Please find documents related to the meeting here as well as under the Planning Board agendas.  

Village Offices Closed

April 2, 2021

Village offices are closed 4/2/21.  Alll offices willl reopen for regular hours on 4/6/21.

Brockport Community Choice: Energy Program

March 26, 2021

The Village of Brockport is proud to launch Finger Lakes Community Choice, a renewable energy program that provides our residents with cleaner and cheaper electricity.
By joining together with other communities to leverage the collective purchasing power of our residents and small businesses, we can negotiate better terms for electricity supply and community solar. Finger Lakes Community Choice is empowered by community choice aggregation, a NY State policy that enables local decision making by allowing us to determine our own default energy offerings, rather than accept the NY State and local utility default.

The program comprises two separate offerings: Community Choice Electricity Supply and Community Choice Solar. The electricity component provides access to renewable electricity at lower prices with reduced volatility through a fixed rate contract with the municipality. The first-of kind community choice solar provides guaranteed electricity bill savings for participants in exchange for their support of renewable generation without requiring them to install solar panels or sign a contract. Both components provide consumer protections and participation, require no action by those eligible to participate, and are hassle-free as supply rates and solar credits are applied directly to monthly utility bills. The groundbreaking community solar program will be an important pillar in the NY State Climate Action Plan mandate.

While all eligible residents and small businesses are automatically enrolled, you can choose not to participate in one or both program offerings. National Grid continues to be responsible for electricity delivery, billing, and repair services for all utility account holders, regardless of their program participation.

The participating communities include the Town of Geneva and the Villages of Brockport, Honeoye Falls, and Lima. As of July 1, 2019, the default energy supply to homes and small businesses in the Town of Geneva is 100% renewable. The Villages expect to launch their electricity supply offerings—and all participating municipalities expect to launch the ground-breaking solar initiatives—before year-end 2021.

Benefits of community choice programs:
• Consumer protection—fully-vetted and negotiated contracts
• No contract for individuals to sign; contracts are held at the municipal level
• No hassle—all eligible participants are automatically enrolled; no credit checks or signup process
• Consolidated billing—supply charges and solar discounts directly applied to monthly utility bills

Benefits of community choice electricity supply:
• Lower rates due to competitive bids from electricity suppliers
• Price stability/no monthly price fluctuations due to fixed rate contracts
• Choice—the local authority designates the electricity supplier and chooses the mix of renewable versus standard supply

Benefits of our community choice solar program:
• Guaranteed annual savings on electricity
• Solar credits made possible by NY State incentives for renewable generation
• Reduced carbon emissions for NY State
• No rooftop panels required (available to homeowners, renters, small businesses)
• No maintenance costs
• No sign-up or cancellation fees
• Support the development of local renewable energy generation
• Raise money for local sustainability projects ($50 per participant)


Please contact us with any questions about the program or any mailings you receive at 585-244-0244 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..
Find out if you will be automatically enrolled using our online eligibility tool.

Learn more:
To learn more or read program FAQs, please visit www.fingerlakescommunitychoice.com.
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For program updates and upcoming events, follow the program Facebook page.

Brockport Loop: Pedestrian Walkway News

March 24, 2021

New pedestrian walkway  - Letter to the editor of the Orleans Hub by Mayor Blackman, discussing the Brockport Loop.

Budget Hearing Notice

March 23, 2021

Please find the budget filing and budget hearing notice for the Village of Brockport's FY 2021-2022 here.

The proposed budget on file for review is here.

"Bridging the Closure" Committee

March 23, 2021

Beginning in the summer of 2022 the Main Street lift bridge in downtown Brockport will be closed for repairs for up to 18 months. The Village of Brockport is looking for people with creative ideas to serve on a planning committee tasked with drawing visitors downtown and promoting our business district on both sides of the canal during the bridge closure.

Appointments to the “Bridging the Closure Committee” will be made in May 2021, and we expect the committee to begin meeting in early summer, 2021. Prior to the formation of the committee the organizers will be meeting with Fairport and Spencerport individuals who have already been through the bridge closure experience. The pandemic situation permitting, we hope that by June committees can meet in person. Interested persons should fill out a position interest form available on the village website at http://www.brockportny.org/departments-services/forms-and-applications.

Spring Hydrant Flushing - April 19th - April 22nd

March 22, 2021

Spring Hydrant Flushing will begin April 19th through April 22nd. To see full flyer, click here.

Spring Brush Pickup Begins April 26th

March 22, 2021

Spring brush pickup is to begin April 26th. Click here for full flyer.

Vaccine Appointment Assistance

March 22, 2021

Need assistance finding a vaccine appointment? Call us at 637-5300 x110 and we would be happy to help guide you through the process.  Also, the Vaccine Finder can locate pharmacy appointments nearby.  Vaccine Finder

Village Workshop 3-22-21

March 19, 2021

The Village Board will hold a workshop on March 22, 2021 at 7pm via zoom.  All login information and the agenda can be found here.

Please note, two action items are on the agenda in addition to the workshop.

Notice for Electing Village Officers

March 18, 2021



That the Annual General Village Election in and for the Village of Brockport will be held on Tuesday, June 15, 2021 from Noon to 9pm at Brockport Village Court 49 State Street Brockport, NY 14420 with the following officers to be chosen: one (1) Mayor and two (2) Trustees to complete a term from July 1, 2021 to June 30, 2025.

That the first day to circulate independent nominating petitions is Tuesday, March 30, 2021, and
the last day to file said petitions at Monroe County Board of Elections is Tuesday, May 11, 2021.
Petitions must indicate the office(s) and term thereto, for which it is filed, and

That the applications for absentee ballots will be accepted by Monroe County Board of Elections
no earlier than Monday, February 15, 2021 and no later than Tuesday, June 8, 2021 for
applications to be mailed or Monday, June 14, 2021 for personal applications by applicant or
his/her agent.

That questions should be directed to Monroe County Board of Elections at (585) 753-1550.

Erica L. Linden
Brockport Village Clerk/Manager