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PUBLIC MEETING ON MAIN STREET BRIDGE PROJECT

STATE DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION TO HOST PUBLIC MEETING ON BRIDGE REHABILITATION PROJECT IN BROCKPORT, MONROE COUNTY  Open House Set for Thursday, February 9, at 6 p.m. at the Seymour Library  January 31, 2023 (Brockport, NY) – The New York State Department of...

Village Board Workshop – January 23, 2023

Village of Brockport Workshop Monday, January 23, 7pm Meeting in person at Village Courthouse, 49 State Street, or on Zoom. Action items are included on the agenda. Workshop topic: Department Budgets Agenda Agenda Packet: East Avenue Water Service Unapproved Minutes...

Winter Excursions – New Dates Added

The wildly popular winter snow shoeing/hiking excursions have added two additional dates!  February 11 and February 26 are now available for registration. Registration for all winter excursions, including Plein Air Painting can be found here....

Empire Trail Town Action Plan

The Action Plan that has been developed for Brockport in conjunctions with Parks and Trails New York is available for review.  Learn more here.

Village Board Meeting 12-19-22

The Village Board Agenda for 12-19-22 is below with the packet information. The Board meeting will be held at 49 State St, Village Court, and on Zoom. Login credentials on the agenda. November 2022_ Financials - oriented properly PEDDLER APPLICATION VB Agenda Dec 19...

Electronics Recycling Update

Beginning January 1, NYS law requires free and convenient recycling of electronic waste to most consumers in the state. NYS Electronic Equipment Recycling and Reuse Act (Environmental Conservation Law, Article 27, Title 26). This law states that NO charges can be made...

In an effort to be as transparent as possible, we want to share with our residents that one of our village hall employees has tested positive for Covid.  This employee has not been in the office since Wednesday of last week, is exhibiting no symptoms, and has followed masking and distancing protocols on the job.  We have no reason to suspect any member of the public who has conducted business with the village is at risk.

Monroe County Health Department guidance has been that as long as our employees were masked and keeping 6 ft distance they would be at no to low risk if they were in a room with someone who was also masked and tested positive.

Village Hall will remain open for business.

Masking matters.  Please wear a mask whenever you are outside your home, even if 6 ft apart.