News & Announcements
Brockport Village Court will be closed September 26-28th.
Court Clerks will be available during regular office hours, 9am-3pm on September 29th.
An October Planning Board Meeting has been scheduled for Wednesday, October 19, 2016 (pending the receipt of applications). The meeting will be held at 7pm in the conference room of Village Hall at 49 State Street. Planning Board applications for this meeting are due by 12:00 noon on October 5.
The following streets will be milled in preparation for new payment on Thursday, September 8 and Friday, September 9:
Park Avenue between the canal and South Street
the muncipal parking lot at 1 Clinton Street
Due to the BISCO's annual Brockport Arts Festival on Saturday August 13 and Sunday August 14
Main St. (NYS RT. 19) from Clark St. to the Adams St./ Park Ave. / Fair St. intersection will be closed
7 pm Friday August 12 through 7 pm Sunday August 14
Additionally, the Main St. ends of Clinton, King, Erie, Holley, Mnroe, College, South, Union, State, Market, and Water - will be limited to local and vendor acess only.
The "Cruise-In" will occupy College St. all day Saturday, August 13.
Read the full notice from the village here.
If you are interested in applying for a position with the Task Force, a position interest form can be found on our Forms and Applications page.
On Tuesday, July 18th, the Village Board will hold a special meeting at 1 pm to meet with Senator Ortt to discuss the SUNY Impact Aid bill. View notice here.
The original Village Board meeting, the annual organizational meeting, scheduled for July 18th at 7 pm, will still be held at that time.
The Governor's office has provided an update on the canal closing from Brockport to Middleport locks. The reopening of the canal will be expedited by employing a temporary fix that will only involve 5-7 days of closure, beginning on Monday, June 27th.
The area needing repair will then be revisited in September/October for a permanent fix, requiring another draining of that canal segement.
This strategy will have less impact on the many farms that draw water from the canal for the growing season and will have less impact on boat traffic.