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Winter Parking Rules There is no parking on all village streets from 2:00 a.m. – 6:00 a.m. November 15-April 15. If your vehicle is parked on a village street it is subject to ticketing and/or towing.
Parking from 2:00 a.m. – 6:00 a.m. is available in municipal parking lots in designated areas.

The Village of Spencerport Offices will be closed for the Thanksgiving Holiday Thursday, November 22nd and Friday, November 23rd. Thursday garbage pick up will be on Friday, November 23rd.

NYSDOT TO PERFORM BACK-TO-BACK REPAIRS TO TWO CANAL BRIDGES IN SPENCERPORT STARTING NEXT WEEK

The New York State Department of Transportation today announced that the bridge carrying Route 259 (Union Street) over the Erie Canal in the village of Spencerport, Monroe County will temporarily close next Wednesday November 7th, through Friday November 9th, 2018 for repairs.

NYSDOT bridge maintenance crews will be performing repairs to the deck system to strengthen the bridge ahead of the winter months. During the repairs, a detour will be in place for motorists to use Route 31, Manitou Road and Route 104 (W. Ridge Road).

Following the Union Street closure, the nearby Martha Street Bridge over the Erie Canal in Spencerport will close throughout the winter for repairs and will re-open early next Spring.

The work being done on both bridges is to prepare for and ensure the success of NYSDOT’s upcoming Liftbridge Rehabilitation Project, which will see the Route 259 liftbridge close next July for approximately 13 months. Significant rehabilitation work to take place will extend the service life of the bridge for the next 40 to 50 years.

For real-time travel information, motorists should call 511 or visit www.511NY.org or the mobile site at m.511ny.org, New York State’s official traffic and travel information source.

Follow New York State DOT on Twitter at @NYSDOT and @NYSDOTRochester. Find us on Facebook at facebook.com/NYSDOT.

A Message from the Mayor

November 2018 – With the falling of the leaves in the Village of Spencerport and the close of this beautiful summer season, I wanted to take this opportunity to update the residents on the happenings around the Village of Spencerport. I would be remis if I did not acknowledge the entire staff of the Village of Spencerport for their hard work throughout the entire year. Each department equally plays a role in the outstanding services that the residents have grown to expect and appreciate.

The Department of Public Works again completed many projects this summer including the construction of new sidewalks on Union Street from East Avenue north to the Texas BBQ Joint driveway and on Amity Street. Various streets were treated with either paving or crack sealing. New steps located in the Village Plaza leading to the Heritage Trail were installed as well.

Spencerport Municipal Electric continues to upgrade the electric system to provide uninterrupted power to its customers. Additionally, SME crews provided mutual aid to neighboring communities throughout the state to restore power to their areas during their storm events. The Village Office administered the LED light bulb give away during the month of October and continues to assist the residents with all their needs.

Village of Spencerport Board of Trustees has been working with CSX for the removal of the bridge abutments located on Union Street. This project will be commencing soon, and the contractor will do their utmost best to provide safe laneways on Union Street during the project.

Last but not least let’s cross some bridges…as I write this update I have been informed that the Martha Street Bridge will be closed for repairs for three (3) months possibly starting as soon as next month to bring the weight restriction up from 12 tons to 22 tons to prepare for the July 2019 closing of the Union Street bridge for 18 months.

The Union Street bridge is scheduled to close to all traffic in July of 2019 for repairs of the decking and lift mechanisms. The Martha Street bridge will be open to all traffic. The 2018 repairs to the Martha Street bridge will raise the weight restriction to 22 tons, signal lights will be moved out to Canal Road to allow for safer cuing to travel south on the bridge and steel solid decking will be installed on the west side of the bridge for pedestrians and pets.

I know that these projects cause a change in our daily routines and I am asking all of you to please have patience with the workers and each other during this time. I assure you that everyone is doing their best to keeps these inconveniences at a minimum.
In closing, these projects would be impossible without the cooperation of the entire Village.

Thank you,
Gary Penders, Mayor
Village of Spencerport

The Village of Spencerport introduces the “Buy a Bench” program

Individuals, Families, Community Groups and Businesses can now buy a bench to replace an existing village bench or have it placed in the new location. All benches include an engravable plaque. Please use the attached form to place your order.


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A Message from the Mayor

July 23, 2018 - It has been brought to my attention that a Giant Hogweed has been identified along Northrup Creek off of Webster Road.  Please be aware of this plant and if it is found call the NYS DEC immediately. Below is information about the Giant Hogweed and a link to the NYS DEC website.

Giant Hogweed - Do Not Touch This Plant!
A man standing next to a giant hogweed which towers over him
Giant hogweed can grow to 14 feet or more


Giant hogweed (Heracleum mantegazzianum) is a Federally listed noxious weed. Its sap, in combination with moisture and sunlight, can cause severe skin and eye irritation, painful blistering, permanent scarring and blindness. Contact between the skin and the sap of this plant occurs either through brushing against the bristles on the stem or breaking the stem or leaves.

What to do if you come in contact with giant hogweed:
Immediately wash the affected area thoroughly with soap and water and keep the area away from sunlight for 48 hours. This plant poses a serious health threat; see your physician if you think you have been burned by giant hogweed. If you think you have giant hogweed on your property, do NOT touch it. Please refer to our Health Hazards & Safety Instructions for Giant Hogweed for more information.

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"With Reverence for our Past & an Eye to the Future"

The Mayor and Board of Trustees of the Village of Spencerport at the beginning of a new decade in our history, have chosen a proactive approach to preserve the history and culture designed for us by our forefathers as well as to embrace the progress that has been made since our Village was founded by Daniel Spencer in 1804 as a rural farm and later divided into village lots when the Erie Canal was built... Read More


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The Spencerport Board of Trustees encourages the development of new business in our Village, making it a destination point to provide for the needs of residents and tourists alike. In the past two years we have welcomed 6 new businesses and the reclamation of our Plaza.
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