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Please take our survey on local policing and BPD

December 11, 2020

Village of Brockport seeking responses to a survey on local policing

Since early September a Police Advisory Committee, whose membership is representative of the greater Brockport Community, has been at work addressing Governor Cuomo’s Executive Order 203 which mandates that municipalities with a police force examine reforming and reimagining their police departments. The committee’s biweekly meetings have been recorded and are available to the public on the Village of Brockport’s Facebook page and website (link coming soon).  Minutes are also available on our website here.

Municipalities must report their findings to the public in a public hearing, and enact any changes in a local law by April 1, 2021.

Public input in this endeavor is important. Members of the greater Brockport area who are business owners, customers, caregivers of BCSD children, and travel through our village are welcome to submit a survey; input is not limited to village residents.  We want to know your thoughts on the Brockport Police Department. Accordingly, we have a short survey on local policing that we encourage you to take. The survey can be accessed here.

Thank you for helping to ensure that Brockport’s Police Department continues to serve the public in the best manner possible.


Leaf Collection for 2020 is Complete

December 11, 2020

Leaf Collection for 2020 is now complete.  Our leaf collection truck will now be readied for snow operations.


Village Tree Trimming & Removal

December 11, 2020

It is the time of year when our Department of Public Works removes parts of or all of village trees that may be unhealthy and a possible safety hazard.  Please be advised that trees are assessed for health and risk; a tree may appear healthy but be rotted on the inside or exhibiting signs of blight that will render it a hazard in the near future.

We are proud of our Tree City USA designation and our urban forest is a priority for us, which includes trimming, removal, and replanting from time to time.


Virtual HolidayTree Lighting

December 10, 2020

Thank you to Brockport's Fit Club 24/7, located at 39 N. Main Street, for donating this year's holiday tree!

Join us for a Virtual Holiday Tree Lighting, Saturday, 12/12/20 at 4pm on our Facebook page.

Fit Club 24/7 owners Pat Roberts and Kathy Collins and family members will light the tree in Sagawa Park, at the corner of Main and Erie Streets. 

Celebrate the season with us wherever you are!


Brockport Holiday Stationary Parade - Dec 13

December 10, 2020

Sunday, December 13, 2020   5pm-6:30pm

The annual Brockport Holiday of Lights Parade is STATIONARY this year!

Thanks to the Stetson Club, the Brockport Central School District, and the Parent, Teacher, Student Association for collaborating on a covid-safe holiday parade!

Please enter the Central School District Drive via Redman Road and New Campus Drive.

Drive along the school campus route, remain in your car to enjoy the stationary parade entries.

Exit at the intersectionof Allen Street and Centennial Avenue.


12-7-20 Village Board Meeting

December 4, 2020

The agenda and packet information is available on the Village Board/Meetings/Agendas page.  This meeting will be via Zoom only.  If we are able to stream via Facebook we will do so, but plan to attend via zoom if you want to be in the audience, just in case we have difficulty with the stream. 

Join Zoom Meeting
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89029067542?pwd=ZmI3Y0U4dnZLT25jUXlkcXo0c1ZPZz09

 

Meeting ID: 890 2906 7542
Passcode: 228063


Brockport's BIG TRUCKS-Winter Wonderland Edition

December 3, 2020

Drive-thru parade! Display "Thank You" signs from your vehicle to show support for essential workers.

Saturday, December 5th, 3-5 PM at the SUNY Brockport - Lot T by Tuttle

Click here for the flyer!


Medication Disposal

November 29, 2020

The Brockport Police Department accepts prescriptions, patches, medications, ointments, over the counter medications, vitamins, and sharps.  

The sharps MUST be in a puncture proof container and the employee receiving them must be notified of such. 

The medication disposal bin is located in the Police Department lobby which is open Monday through Friday 8am-4pm.  If the door is locked please use the phone to speak with an Officer who can assist you.

Drug Drop Off Resize


Boil Water Advisory Lifted

November 29, 2020

The Boil Water Advisory issued 11/27/20 is lifted as of 11:15 am on 11/29/20.  Read the offical notice here.


Official - Boil Water Notice

November 27, 2020

Please read the full, official, boil water notice for the Village of Brockport here.

Please check back here for updates or check our Facebook page.


Boil Water Advisory Expected

November 27, 2020

Parts of the village were impacted by an overnight water main break in the Monroe County Water Authority's infrastructure.  A boil water advisory has been recommended for those impacted.  Although we are waiting to hear exactly what geographic boundries will be included in the expected boil advisory, at this time we are recommending all village residents boil their water for consumption out of an abundance of caution.

Check back here or on our Facebook Page for updates.


Village Offices Closed

November 25, 2020

Village Offices will be closed for Thanksgiving beginning Wednesday, 11/25/20 at 12:30 pm. 

Offices will reopen Monday, 11/30/20 for regular office hours.

Please leave any payments or correspondance in the locked drop box outside of Village Hall, 127 Main St.

Be safe. Happy Thanksgiving!


Monika W. Andrews Award Nominations Open

November 24, 2020

NOTICE: INVITING NOMINATIONS

Please take notice that nominations are being sought for candidates for the Monika W. Andrews Creative Volunteer Leadership Award. Nominees must be residents of the Village of Brockport, Town of Sweden or Town of Clarkson. Individuals and organizations may submit nominations. Self-nominations are acceptable.


In 2012 the three municipalities established the Monika W. Andrews Creative Volunteer Leadership Award as a memorial to the late Brockport resident. Its rules require that the award be given annually to one or more persons “who have demonstrated outstanding leadership in volunteer work by undertaking important innovative activities or creating significant new ways to serve the greater Brockport community”. A trust fund has been established to provide cash awards for the winners.


The winners will be selected by a committee composed of one member appointed by each of the municipal boards. Nominations must be submitted by Noon, Thursday, December 31, 2020 to the Brockport Village Clerk 127 Main Street Brockport, NY 14420 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. A complete set of the rules for the award is available here.

 

 


Scheduled Repair/ Park Ave Lift Bridge

November 24, 2020

NYSDOT will be replacing the Park/Fayette lift bridge floor system. Work on this structure is tentatively scheduled to begin on Tuesday December 8, 2020 with the bridge being closed to traffic. There will not be a posted detour for this work, only bridge closure signs and barricades. Work is currently scheduled to take approximately 4 months to complete.


Seymour Library Closed

November 23, 2020

The Seymour Library is closed until further notice due exposure to Covid-19.  Check back for updates or follow the library -  and the village - on Facebook.

 


MCC Covid-19 Testing Site Info

November 20, 2020

MCC testing site has added additional capacity on weekends, 8am-3pm starting this Sunday Appointment needed (call 888-364-3045); testing is free.


Monroe County Contact Tracer Job Opportunity

November 20, 2020

Monroe County is hiring additional contact tracers.  If you are interested in a position, find all the information here:  https://cs.monroecounty.gov/hrapply/apply/view/4716


Community Power Presentation

November 18, 2020

View this power point presentation from Joule on community power - Brockport is getting closer to launching opt-out solar energy for our residents and small businesses.


Positive Covid Case

November 16, 2020

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.