National Grid Letter Dated 9/2/21 Explained

September 10, 2021

To our village residents who received letters from National Grid this week:

Our energy program was not set to begin as early as National Grid stated in their first letter. National Grid is obligated to tell customers where their energy supply is coming from. They were obligated to report to you that you are still a National Grid customer for the next billing cycle.

No one needs to read their meter and report it to National Grid, as they suggested, National Grid is responsible for that data collection and reading.

In all likelihood, when the program with Constellation for renewable energy begins – for those who stayed opted in – they will see another letter from National Grid stating the switch to Constellation has happened. This is expected albeit very confusing.

Peddlers Market - Saturday, September 11

September 9, 2021

Peddlers Market - Community Household and Carriage House Sale

Saturday, September 11 from 9am - 2pm

More information can be found HERE

Pharmaceutical Waste Disposal

September 8, 2021

Hosted By County Legislator Jackie Smith

October 5 from 4-7pm

Clarkson Highway Garage - 3623 Lake Road North

See Flyer Here

Crossing Guard Needed

September 3, 2021

The Village of Brockport is searching for a part-time crossing guard.  Read the full employment notice here.

Village Offices Closed 9-3-21 through 9-6-21

September 3, 2021

Village Hall, DPW, and the Police (administrative office) are closed Friday 9-3-21 through 9-6-21.

Village Court remains open for Friday, 9-3-21.  It will be closed Monday, 9-6-21.

All offices will open for regular hours on Tuesday, 9-7-21.

Happy Labor Day!

Village Board Special Meeting Zoom Info

September 2, 2021

The Village Board will hold a special meeting tonight for two action items. The notice is here.

If you would like to attend this meeting via Zoom, you may do so by following the connection information below.

Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 859 0008 7581
Passcode: 127397

Village of Brockport Newsletter

September 2, 2021

We have had a lot of retirements in the Village of Brockport. To read about the retirements and more click here to view the newsletter.

Also, please note a correction to the newsletter: The Erie Canal Mural Dedication will occur September 19 at 12pm (not on September 12).

Energy Program / National Grid Letter

August 31, 2021

Village of Brockport residents:

You may have received a letter from National Grid indicating you are being switched into the CCA program with Constellation New Energy.

If this is an error, please call our local program manager at

(585) 244-0244

OR call the number that National Grid provided. (1-800-642-4272)

The Administrator, Joule Community Power, apologizes for any errors and inconvenience and is working to quickly correct any errors.

Special Meeting 9-2-21

August 31, 2021

The Village Board has called a special meeting for Thursday, September 2, 2021.  Please view the notice here.

Employment Opportunity with Department of Public Works

August 27, 2021

The Department of Public Works is hiring for a full-time laborer position.

Please see the full notice here.


August 25, 2021

Smith Street bridge will be temporarily closed until 11:00 AM

If you have any questions, please call 637-1060.

Micro-paving Municipal Lot Update

August 24, 2021

Market Street Municipal parking lot will be closed until 7:00 am on August 25, 2021.

(Private parking by the Market St. Municipal lot still has access to their parking.)

Micro-paving for the following parking lots will be postponed until Thursday, August 26th, 2021:

Erie St. (Behind Diner) Municipal Lot

Police Department Lot


August 20, 2021

Please take notice that the Brockport Village Board will hold a brief Special Meeting on Tuesday, August 24, 2021 at 7pm at the Village Court 49 State Street, Brockport, NY 14420 regarding approval to hire a village employee.

Barbara A. Krizen
Deputy Clerk Treasurer

Milling Village Streets- Tentative 8/30 - 9/1 2021

August 18, 2021

The Village of Brockport, Department of Public Works will be milling village streets. Tentative dates are 8/30-9/1/21.

The following streets will be milled:

Perry St.

Chappell St.

Gordon St.

North End of Cherry Dr.

Paving to follow, mid September.

Chip Sealing - Tentative Start date 8/26/21

August 18, 2021

The Village of Brockport, Department of Public Works will be Chip Sealing village streets in the upcoming weeks. Tentative start date is 8/26/21.

The following streets will be chip sealed:

Adams St.

Fayette St.

Creekside Dr.

Willowbrook Dr.

Maxon St.

Micropaving Village Streets - Tentative Dates: 8/19 - 8/27 2021

August 18, 2021

The Village of Brockport, Department of Public Works has a lot of work planned for the Village streets in the upcoming weeks. Our a tentative dates for micropaving is August 19 - August 27, 2021.

The following streets will be micropaved:

Queen St.

Gardner Ter.

Clinton St.

Carolin Dr.

Evergreen Rd.

Meadow View Dr.

Lyman St.

Keable Ct.

Locust St.

The following parking lots will be micropaved:

Erie St (Behind Diner) Municipal Lot

Police Department Lot

Market St Municipal Lot

Water Main Break on East Ave

August 16, 2021

The residents between 170 and 232 East Ave (South Side only) will have low water pressure until the Department of Public Works shuts down the water to repair the main.

We expect that the water will be shut off completely from 10:30 am to 1:30 PM.

If you have any questions, please call 637-1060.

Water Off - Chappell and Brockway

August 5, 2021

Water will be off on Chappell and Brockway today for repairs on a water valve.  This shut-off was orginally scheduled for this morning but was delayed, water will be off noon-4pm today.

RPO Concert Update - Masks Required

August 4, 2021

New guidance requires all audience members be masked for the Summer Serenades Concert with the RPO at SUNY Brockport, in the SERC. 

There will be no reception after the concert. 

Masking in Monroe County

August 3, 2021

Transmission rates of Covid-19 in our county have hit a "substantial" level, meeting the CDC's guidelines for masking.

The Village Board echos Monroe County -- we recommend all residents mask when indoors in public places and we are requiring all of our employees to mask indoors when 6 ft distance cannot be maintained or when in shared spaces in our facilities.

Please wear a face covering when visiting our buildings at this time.

We encourage everyone who is able to get vaccinated and curb the spread of Covid-19.