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Call for Events

February 8, 2019

The Village will compile an events calendar if there is enough interest.

Events must be open to the public and located within the village limits.

Please fill out a form for each event, available online here.


Public Hearing 3-18-19

February 8, 2019

A public hearing will be held on March 18, 2019 at 7 pm during the regularly scheduled Village Board meeting at 49 State St.  The hearing will be to take comment on proposed amendements to Village Code Chapter 5: Animals, specifically regarding chickens and feral cats.  You can read the proposed amendments here.


Notice of Election

February 8, 2019

The notice for electing village officers has been published, you can read it here.

The Village of Brockport will hold an election Tuesday, June 18, 2019, from noon to 9 pm, at 49 State St. to elect one Trustee position.


Electronic Recycling Drop-off

January 29, 2019

Sunnking's Electronic Recycling - To benefit Camp Good Days

Drop off location at DPW / 38 East Ave.

January 30 - February 13 2019

Acceptable Materials List can be found here


AIM Funding

January 29, 2019

The Monroe County Association of Mayors are pleading our case in Albany for AIM Funding.  Read the letter, from all 10 village mayors in Monroe County, here.


NYSDOT Notice: Park Ave Bridge Weight Limit

January 29, 2019

The New York State Department of Transportation has reduced the allowable weight limit on the Park Avenue lift bridge from 16 tons to 14 tons.  Read the full notice here.


Part-Time Temporary Clerk Position

January 24, 2019

Notice of Employment Opportunity: Part-time, Temporary

The Village of Brockport is hiring (2) part-time temporary imaging clerks to assist the Village of Brockport and Town of Sweden with a shared services grant in preparing records for Laserfiche scanning. Desired qualifications: high school diploma and one-year experience in clerical work and/or electronic data management; some knowledge of imaging and scanning; good interpersonal communication skills, organizational skills and the ability to work independently. Work includes preparing records for scanning, verifying images and integrating into a file server. Will receive training in the management of records.

Pay rate $15 per hour, no benefits, 20-29 hours a week, March 1-June 30, with possible extension of project.

Please submit letter of interest and resume to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or Village of Brockport, Attention: Erica Linden, 127 Main Street, Brockport, NY 14420 – deadline to apply February 13, 2019.


Village Survey

December 27, 2018

The village survey is still available to those who have not taken it yet. 

Please follow our original link here.

 

Thank you!


Village Offices Closed 12/31-1/1

December 27, 2018

The village offices will be closed December 31st and January 1st. We will reopen January 2nd.  Any correspondance or payments are welcome in the locked drop box on our driveway at Village Hall.

Happy New Year!


Erie Canal Trail Closures

December 21, 2018

The Canal Corporation will be temporarily closing the canal trail between Sweden-Walker Road (Route 260) and Fayette Street.  Beginning the week of 12/28, the Canal Corp anticipates closures between Route 19 and Redman Road. These closures may last several weeks, until or unless the onset of winter weather suspends construction activities.


Village Offices Closed 12/5/18

December 4, 2018

Village Offices are closed for the national day of mouring, in honor of President George Bush, on 12/5/2018.

Feel free to place payments or correspondance in the locked box on the driveway at Village Hall, 127 Main St., or Village Court, 49 State St.

Payments can also be made for water bills online - you must have your account code and enter it as it appears, such as 000000XXXX.01 

Payments for court fines can be made here


Dec 17th Board Mtg Cancelled

December 3, 2018

The Monday, December 17th Village Board Meeting has been cancelled.

The meeting scheduled for December 3rd will be held as scheduled, at 7 pm.


Village Hall Closed

November 21, 2018

Village Hall will be closed at 12:30 pm on Wednesday, 11/21 and will remain closed through Friday, 11/23.  We will reopen Monday, 11/ 26 at 8:30 am.

You may leave any correspondance or payments in the locked box on the driveway.

Happy Thanksgiving!


Toy Shelf, Food Shelf, Matt's Coats Donations

November 9, 2018

Village Hall is accepting donations for three community efforts:

Brockport Toy Shelf - new toys for children ages 17 and younger

Brockport Ecumenical Food Shelf - nonperisable food items and tolietry items

Matt's Coats for Kids - new and gently used coats, and new gloves/mittens


Monika W. Andrews Award

November 9, 2018

Nominations are being accepted for the Monika W. Andrews Creative Volunteer Leadership Award.  Read the full notice here.  Nominations must be submitted by noon on Friday, December 28, 2018.


Board & Committee Vacancies

November 1, 2018

There are several vacancies on village boards and committees.  If interested, please submit a position interest form.


Brockport Police Department: Beards for Bucks

October 23, 2018

The Brockport Police Department is participating in Beards for Bucks to show support for those affected by cancer.  Read more about this countywide effort here!


Leaf Pick-Up

October 23, 2018

The DPW will begin leaf pick up soon, and continue until December 12 or the first heavy snowfall.  Read the full notice here.


Water Shut-Off 10/12/18

October 11, 2018

The DPW will be making a final connection to the new Idelwood Drive water main.  This will require turning off water to certain properties temporarily. 

A few homes on Idelwood Dr. will be affect and multiple homes on West Ave. and Beverly Dr. will be without water from 9 am to 1 pm on Friday, October 12, 2018.

Read the full notice here.

Please call DPW with any questions at (585) 637-1060.


Canal Embankment Update

October 11, 2018

A message from the Canal Corporation regarding the embankment project:

The safety of the Erie Canal embankment remains a top priority for the New York Power Authority and New York State Canal Corporation. After careful consideration, we have decided not to appeal the temporary restraining order regarding the embankment safety program. Instead, we will pursue a comprehensive environmental review of the program across the entire state Canal System, not just in the three towns that pursued litigation. The public will have the opportunity to provide input during this process. We are confident this environmental review will confirm our position that removing vegetation from the embankment is both an appropriate and prudent step to ensure the safety of those who live and work on or near the canals.

In communities where the embankment has already been cleared, the Canal Corporation is preparing to remove and dispose of tree stumps, improve slopes to facilitate seeding and maintenance and install a toe-drain to reduce water buildup at the base of the embankment. That work is expected to begin in November. The Canal Corporation plans to hold a meeting in December where the public can provide input about enhancing the visual aesthetic along the Erie Canal following vegetation removal and is also in the process of hiring a design consultant to facilitate that conversation.

When a meeting is scheduled for Brockport, we will adveritise that date.