State of the Village

The videotape of the 2023 "State of Pittsford" breakfast social on September 28
is now viewable through the Chamber website. 
Take an hour and listen to the most informative presentations, especially if you could not attend in person.
Village Mayor Plummer talks about a rehabilitated Village Hall, still serving residents after 170+ years; upgrades at the Department of Public Works; next steps at 75 Monroe Avenue, a refuse district for the Village; and grants secured to preserve and adapt historical features of the Village to 21st-century usage. 
  • Watch the "I am Pittsford Schools" video presented by Superintendent Pero, which starts at 6:25.   Superintendent Pero goes on to speak to the incredible academic, musical, athletic, artistic, and community accolades received by students in the District as a result of service, internships and partnerships.
  • Did you know that the State Controller reported to the Supervisor after an audit of Town finances that Pittsford has a stress rating of "0" on a scale of 1 to 10?  Financially, Pittsford is stress-free -- and fiscally healthier than the State and Federal governments.  Supervisor Smith speaks to ongoing public policy choices, decisions, and actions that have made Pittsford a coveted place to live, work, and play.  A Town AAA bond credit rating, pollinator gardens, toxic-free challenges, new sidewalks, expanded refuse districts, Clean Energy Community and Climate Smart Community status, mutually beneficial partnerships with the School District and Village, and so on...