2021 Leaf Pick-Up
Curbside Leaf Pick up will begin October 15th to December 1, 2021. Leaf machines will be in neighborhoods during these dates.
Leaves can be raked and put in Paper Bags before October 15th and after December 1st.
NEW YORK STATE CANAL CORPORATION ANNOUNCES ROUTINE INSPECTIONS ALONG THE ERIE CANAL IN MONROE COUNTY TO BEGIN WEEK OF OCTOBER 18th.
Assessment with Soil Borings Completed Every 10 Years on Water Management Gates
The New York State Canal Corporation today announced that routine inspections of water management gates along the Erie Canal in Monroe County will begin the week of October 18, 2021. These inspections, which occur every 10-years and are completed by a Canal Corporation contractor, are necessary to ensure the water management gates and their surrounding embankments are functioning as designed. If defects are discovered during the inspections, repairs will be appropriately scheduled.
The contractor has completed surveying and will begin assessing material obtained through soil borings at the following locations:
- Fairport Spillway (Town of Perinton/Village of Fairport)
- Bushnell’s Basin (Pittsford)
- Cartersville Spillway (Town of Brighton)
- Spencerport Waste Weir Dam (Spencerport)
- Brockport Waste Weir Dam (Brockport)
This routine work is not associated with the Canal Corporation’s Earthen Embankment Integrity Program; however, it may require minimal amounts of vegetation to be removed to aid in the inspection process.
While the work is performed, residents may notice crew members, wearing hard hats and high-visibility vests, as well as their drilling equipment called “rigs” in the vicinity of the locations noted above. The crew will use drills to take samples of soil and rock as part of this routine 10-year asset inspection program.
Throughout these inspections, the Canal Corporation expects minimal, if any, disruption to users of the nearby Erie Canalway Trail.
It is anticipated that this inspection process will be completed by November 19, 2021.
The Canal Corporation appreciates the patience of the public while this work is completed.
The Mayor and Board of Trustees of the Village of Spencerport at the beginning of a new decade, have chosen to preserve our history and culture, and 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.
The Village of Spencerport is a walkable community with the Heritage Trial alongside the historic Erie Canal close to the Central Business District shops, restaurants and services. Safe sidewalks link our neighborhoods and streets.
The Village of Spencerport is recognized as NYSERDA’s 1st Clean Energy Community in the Finger Lakes Region. The Village has 2 EV Charging Stations at the Village Office and at the Spencerport Depot and Canal Museum.
Attention Spencerport Municipal Electric Customers
If you have questions regarding your electric bills please email Pam Gilbert at
email@example.com and she will address your questions and assist you.
The Spencerport Board of Trustees encourages and supports:
- Development of new business
- Expansion of existing business
- Retention of established business in our Village.
Successful local businesses serve needs of residents and create destinations for tourists and visitors
Village Office Summer Hours:
M-Th 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.; F 8:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Video Tour of Spencerport