News & Announcements
Cleanup work is set to begin in November 2014 and estimated to end in the late summer of 2015, at RG&E's Brockport MGP Site ("site") at Erie and Perry Streets, Brockport, Monroe County under New York State's Voluntary Cleanup Program.
The Tax Roll and Warrant for the collection of Village Taxes for fiscal year June 1, 2014 - May 31, 2015 have been filed in the Village Clerk's Office. TAX BILLS WILL BE MAILED ON MAY 30, 2014.
The Village of Brockport is beginning its Main Street Revitalization Project. As required by the New York Main Street Grant Program, we are developing an Approved Contractor List. Contractors with experience renovating historic properties and contractors with EPA Lead Safe Certification are particularly needed.
Providing landlords the essentials to succeed in the business of operating residential rental property - Saturday, May 31, 10 AM to 5 PM at the Village of Brockport.
UR Medicine's Strong West is launching a series of free consumer health talks, inviting community members in the Brockport area to learn about topics related to heart and vascular conditions, women's health, child and family wellness, and many others. Upcoming in the series are March 25: Arthritis and the Impact of Cold Weather; April 29: Infertility and Treatment Options; May 27: Childhood Obesity - Advice for Parents.
The Village of Brockport was awarded $200,000 in New York Main Street Revitalization funds from the Regional Economic Development Council, through the New York Office of Community Renewal.
Village Board meetings have not been available on Time Warner, but will be soon. Past meetings are available on YouTube.
New York State Department of Transportation will soon be posting the highway bridge that carries Park Ave/Fayette St. over the Erie Canal in the Village of Brockport, Monroe County, with a maximum weight restriction of 11 tons on or about Friday, November 8. It has been posted for 17 tons.