Public Hearing: Town of Clarkson

April 5, 2018

The Town of Clarkson would like to announce a public hearing regarding zoning for Sara's Garden Market.  Read the annoucement here.

Water Main Flushing

March 29, 2018

Water Main Flushing scheduled for April.  Read the full notice for details on which date for which street.

Public Hearing Notice

March 29, 2018

A public hearing will be held during the Village Board meeting on April 2, 2018 on the upcoming budget.  View the full notice here.

Court Closed at noon 3/29/18

March 27, 2018

The Court will be closed at noon on 3/29/2018.

RFP: Planning Consultant

March 12, 2018

The Village of Brockport is issuing a request for proposals - read the notice here.

Specifications for the RFP are available here.

Public Hearing: Chapter 43

March 7, 2018

Monday, April 16th, 2018 at 7pm the Village Board will hold a public hearing on Chapter 43 of the Village Code regarding billboards and signs.  Read the full notice here.  The hearing will be held at the Village Court, 49 State St.

Canal Corp Meeting

March 6, 2018

Public meeting with the Canal Corporation regarding the embankment project

Tuesday, March 6, 2018


Oliver Middle School Auditiorium, 40 Allen Street

Questions submitted to the Canal Corp by the Village of Brockport available here


Village Hall Closed 3/2

March 2, 2018

Village Hall is closed today, March 2, 2018, due to inclement weather. 

Court will continue as scheduled.

Invitation: Canal Corp Mtg

February 22, 2018

Read the invitation, issued by the Canal Corporation to Brockport Residents, for the March 6th public meeting.

Notice For Electing Village Officers

February 22, 2018

The Annual General Village Election in and for the Village of Brockport will be held on June 19, 2018 from Noon to 9pm. Read full notice here.

Notice of Public Hearing

February 22, 2018

The Brockport Village Board of Trustees will hold a public hearing on March 5, 2018 at 7pm to consider proposed Local Laws of 2018. Read full notice here.

Canal Corp Public Meeting

February 16, 2018

The Canal Corporation will be holding a public meeting to discuss the canal embankment project and remediation on March 6th at the Oliver Middle School Auditorium, from 6-8 pm.

Mayor's Letter Regarding Canal Corp Cutting

February 2, 2018

On Thursday, Feb 1, a Facebook Group called "Stop the Canal Clear Cutting" met in Brockport to discuss the canal vegetation management plan.  The group is citizen-led and behind the "pause" in work plans for the canal embankment on the east side. 

Mayor Blackman penned a letter for the gathering, read by Deputy Clerk Linden.  Please click here to read the full letter.

Canal Corp & Embankment

January 23, 2018

Mayor Blackman has communicated with the Canal Corporation and they have agreed to hold a public meeting in Brockport in the very near future regarding vegetation restoration and restitution.  We will advertise the meeting date as soon as it is set.

Zoning Board of Appeals meeting notice

January 18, 2018

PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the Zoning Board of Appeals of the Village of Brockport will hold a PUBLIC HEARING on Thursday, January 25, 2018 beginning at 7:00pm in the Conference Room of Brockport Village Court at 49 State Street, Brockport, New York.

The full notice can be viewed here.


Board & Committee Opportunities

January 18, 2018

The Village of Brockport has several opportunities for residents to serve on a board or committee.  Please see the entire list here, and if interested, please submit a Position Interest Form.

ZBA meeting cancelled 1/4/18

January 4, 2018

The Zoning Board of Appeals meeting scheduled for Thursday, January 4 is cancelled due to inclement weather.

Village Hall closed 1/5/18

January 4, 2018

Village Hall will be closed Friday, January 5 due to inclement weather.

Paying a Water Bill?

January 3, 2018

If you have to pay a water bill this month, you can do it in person at 49 State St. through January 8th.

Both 49 State St. and 127 Main St. will be closed January 9th - 11th.  You can put your water bill in the drop box on the driveway at 49 State St., or mail your bill to 127 Main St. during this time.

Or, kindly wait to pay your water bill in person at 127 Main St. on January 12th or after.

*Please remember - no matter when your water bill cycle is - to switch your online bill pay address to 127 Main St. if you pay your water bill through your online banking portal.  


December 28, 2017

Since the Canal Corporation began their Vegetation Management Plan along the banks of the canal, some neighborhoods are being frequented by foxes, who have been impacted by work in their habitat.

Please report any problems associated with the fox to Mayor Blackman or Deputy Clerk Erica Linden at 637-5300.

Residents should feed pets indoors only and supervise pets when outside. Flashing lights, outdoor radios, and ammonia-soaked rags will act as deterrents to both fox and prey. All garbage and compost containers should be covered and secure. Be advised that feeding wildlife, such as birds and squirrels, will encourage the fox to remain in the area.

It is expected that these foxes will eventually move on to new territory.  All fox sightings indicate that the foxes are healthy (no evidence of mange or rabid behavior).  Foxes are not a danger to humans, unless rabid.  The United States Human Society provides good information and tips, here.

The New York DEC provides this information regarding the red fox, most notably:

  • Red fox breed in New York from December to April, with a peak between January and February. This species maintains lifelong breeding companions.
  • Red fox are highly mobile and can cover long distances on a daily basis. Travel of greater than 6 miles is not unheard of. Range expansion occurs during the winter months.
  • Primarily nocturnal, red fox may occasionally be seen during the day. The activity of females during daylight hours increases with the feeding demands of growing pups; otherwise daytime is spent resting in regular spots, oftentimes above ground.
  • A DEC permit is required to take a nusiance fox, and it is not permitted to live trap and remove from your property. See this DEC page for more information.

Updates will provided here on our website and our Facebook Page when relevent information is available.