Electronics Recycling Update

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Water Main Break on Westwood Drive

The Department of Public Works has identified and is repairing a water main break on Westwood Drive.  House numbers 4-52 will experience little to no water pressure.  Repairs are expected to be done within four hours.

Village Board Meeting 2-6-23

The Village Board will hold its regularly scheduled meeting on Monday, 2/6/2023 at 7pm at the Village Court and on Zoom. The agenda and packet (2 pages total) are available 2-6-23 AGENDA.

Village Hall is back online.

Thank you for your patience as internet and phone service was restored. All services are intact and we look forward to serving you.

Winter Serenades Kick Off This Weekend!

Brockport's Winter Serenades concert series kicks off this weekend on Sunday, February 5 at 3pm at St. Luke's Episcopal Church, 14 State Street.  The JAY Trio returns with a new program for cello, violin, and piano, performing Beethoven and Mendelssohn, and...

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 to dispose of any types of electronicsincluding televisions, regardless of age, size, model, etc.

The Monroe County / Waste Management ecopark began accepting electronics at no charge on November 1, ahead of the new requirements.

Additional drop off points that make this process easier for residents:

  • All local Goodwill drop off points now accept electronics, in cooperation with Brockport-based Sunnking
  • Sunnking also has an inclusive locator tool that may help your residents to find alternative outlets: https://www.sunnking.com/dropoff