Notice of Pubic Hearing: 2017/2018 Budget
The Board of Trustees of the Village of Spencerport will hold a Public Hearing on Wednesday, April 5, 2017 at 7:00 p.m. at the Spencerport Fire Department, 175 Lyell Avenue, Spencerport, New York on the Budget for the year ending May 31, 2018.
A copy of the Tentative 2017/2018 Budget is on file and available for inspection in the Office of the Village Clerk during business hours, 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Windstorm 2017! Local Municipal Electric Departments Provide Mutual Aid to RG&E
In the days following the March 8, 2017 windstorm with gusts up to 81 MPH Municipal Electric Companies from the Villages of Bath, Bergen, Castile, Churchville, Endicott, Fairport, Frankfort, Greene, Groton, Hamilton, Mohawk, Penn Yan, Solvay, Spencerport, and Watkins Glen were ready to offer Mutual Aid assistance to RG&E’s storm restoration process. Continue reading...
View the Windstorm 2017 Photo Gallery
A Message from the Mayor
I would like to take this opportunity to explain to the residents of the Village of Spencerport Governor Cuomo’s 2017 Initiative to reduce property taxes. He plans to do this by empowering voters who could approve a referendum to approve locally designed consolidation plans by Monroe County that eliminate duplicate services in an effort to lower the costs of local governments. The Governor further announced that if the Legislature passes the 2017 State Budget without the “Consolidation Plan”, the Governor will hold up $715 million in AIM (aid and incentives to municipalities) funding to cities, towns and villages starting April 1, 2017.
What the Governor is actually requesting is a consolidation plan developed by Monroe County that could ultimately result in the dissolution of the Village of Spencerport, other Villages and Fire and Special Use Districts to be on the ballot for the November 2017 General Election. Continue reading…
See also: Village of Spencerport Efficiency Data
2017 Conservation Tree & Shrub Program Launched
The goal of this program is to provide seedlings for homeowners to establish windbreaks, reforest land, prevent soil erosion, and create suitable wildlife habitats. Trees and shrubs can also add value to your home while improving the environmental health of your property. The Monroe County Soil & Water Conservation District's Conservation 2017 Tree & Shrub Program distribution dates will be on April 20, and April 21. There are a wide variety of bare root trees and shrubs, as well as multiple flowering plants, seed mixes and enhancement items available. View the 2017 Catalog and more information...