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2020 Brockport Arts Festival Cancelled
Canal Season is Open
Brockport celebrates 200 years on the Erie Canal this year and our continued On the Canals programming, thanks to NYPA’s continued funding and support. Govenor Hochul's Canal Season Opening Statement can be seen here. To get in on the action in Brockport click here...
Village Board Workshop Canceled
The Village Board Workshop, regularly scheduled for tonight, May 22, at 7pm, has been cancelled. The next Village Board meeting will be June 5, 2023 in person at 49 State. St. and on Zoom at 7pm.
Wednesday, May 17th Liberty Street – Local Traffic Only
Wednesday, May 17th, Liberty Street will be open to local traffic only due to sidewalk replacement.
Village Board Meeting 5-15-23
The Village Board will hold its regularly scheduled meeting at 49 State St. and on Zoom on Monday, 5/15/23 at 7pm. The zoom link can be found in the agenda. Agenda 5-15-23 Packet 5-15-23 Packet 2 for 5-15-23 April Financials
Crosswalks To Be Painted
From DPW: All Village crosswalks will be painted on the night shift, with Park/Fayette being the first priority. Smith Street was finished up yesterday. Today and tomorrow DPW is pouring concrete on East Avenue, so the crosswalks will be painted, temperature...
Brockport Integrated Service Clubs Organization (BISCO): ANNOUNCES CANCELLATION OF THE BROCKPORT ARTS FESTIVAL IN 2020
The August 8-9, 2020 Brockport Arts Festival is canceled. Today, the Co-Chairs of the Brockport Arts Festival conclude that conducting a Festival in Brockport would be inadvisable and impractical because of the health threat to participants, the community, and all individuals traveling to and from the festival.
It is with great sadness we make this decision today. The Festival brings artists and crafters from the region together with the tens of thousands of people from the surrounding area who come to enjoy the art, music, foods, and fellowship. Our festival is organized and run by volunteers and its income is poured back into the community every year to meet the needs of area children. We’ve had our festival in Brockport for 25 years and we look forward to coming back in 2021 to start another 25-year run.
– Cindy Ingraham & Randy Dumas, Brockport Arts Festival Co-Chairs
We will all miss the wonderful Brockport Arts Festival this year. It has become a village institution that people from all over the region look forward to attending. The organizers worked hard on this year’s festival, but have made the safe and sensible decision in the midst of the COVID pandemic to cancel it. We look forward to welcoming back the Brockport Arts Festival in August of 2021. – Mayor Margay Blackman, Village of Brockport