The letter linked below was sent to all Park Avenue and Fayette Street neighbors. In an effort to communicate to our residents and property owners, this message was sent via USPS and is available online. Letter Regarding Street Parking
Letter to Community – Suburban News 4/11/2020
The Freedom Trio performs in Brockport March 19
The Village of Brockport’s final 2023 Winter Serenades music offering is The Freedom Trio at 3:00 on Sunday March 19. The trio is composed of three stellar musicians - Peter Chwazik, jazz professor at Ithaca College and former bassist with Trey Anesthesia; Joe...
Water Main Break-Restored
Update: Water Restored as of 2:15pm Residents on the south side of East Ave, from 166 East Ave to Glendale will experience low to no pressure. Residents should expect water to be restored within a couple of hours.
Village Board Meeting 3-6-23
The Village Board will hold its regularly scheduled meeting on Monday, March 6, 2023 in person at 49 State St. and on Zoom (link on the agenda). AGENDA 3-6-23 Agenda packet 3-6-23 AGENDA 3-6-23 Packet- FEB FINANCIALS
For immediate release - Village of Brockport Winter Serenades Contacts: Jacqueline Davis firstname.lastname@example.org Erica Linden www.brockportny.org 585-637-5300 The Village of Brockport’s third Winter Serenade is Sunday March 5, 2023 at 3:00. Join...
Mobile DMV Launches in Brockport
Monroe County's Mobile DMV unit will now be housed in Brockport's Village Court, 49 State St., the first Wednesday of every month, with doors open to the public from 10am-3pm. No appointments necessary. Read the Press Release here: Brockport Mobile DMV 2.23.23
To my neighbors, my community, my village –
I love you. I miss seeing you at village hall. I miss seeing you walk down Main Street, linger over store windows, run to catch a movie, play on our playgrounds, and grab ice cream cones. I miss the Brockport merchants, browsing downtown on my lunch break, buying earrings or books on a whim, grabbing that needed cup of coffee. I miss our elders — my mentors and friends.
Please stay at home. Please be part of the solution. We are doing it. We are helping to flatten the curve. Don’t stop now. We all have an important role to play. Our essential workers on the front line need us to stay out of the way. Let us thank them the best way we can – from a distance, preferably from home.
Sunshine and holidays are not a sign that the COVID-19 crisis is over. This is not the time to have an extended family work bee at your house or to play catch with your neighbors. If they don’t live with you, they don’t belong with you. Vulnerable neighbors – of all ages – live on every street. We are a team – when we work together we are a great team! Please be responsible and respectful. Be a team player. We have critical weeks ahead of us. Our community is counting on you.
The best part of Brockport is still here – our optimism, our volunteerism, our community spirit. In this moment, being our best means staying apart.
Erica L. Linden
Village of Brockport Clerk/Manager