Summer Village Hours

Summer Hours at Village Hall & the DPW have begun!
Village Office:  Monday -Thursday 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM, 
Friday 8:00 AM - 1:00 PM
DPW Monday -Thursday, 6:00 AM - 3:30 PM.
Friday, 6:00 AM - 10:00 AM
The Summer schedule is effective through September 6th
 
 
 

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South and Wood Streets -
Road and Sidewalk Improvement Project
Presentation by GPI Engineering
 
Today, March 4th, 2024 at 6:00 pm
21 N. Main Street Pittsford
 
The presentation above will occur directly after the Board of Trustees Budget Workshop, which starts at 4 pm. Both sessions are open to the public. You can join us in person or by ZOOM using this link: JOIN

Shredding Important Documents- Read More...

Spring is the season of green grass, flowers, longer days … and taxes.
For many residents, after tax forms are completed and filed comes a renewed focus on cleaning out paper clutter – specifically, confidential documents. These documents must be properly destroyed to avoid putting personal information at risk of identity theft. 
 
 
 
 
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Refuse District

What is a refuse district?

A Refuse District is a designated area where a single refuse collector services all households in the district. 

Read more here. 

Interested in a Village Board?

All Pittsford residents are invited to apply for Board openings.  
If you are interested in positions or would like to participate in any other Village activity, please submit a letter of interest and CV to the Village Clerk: villageclerk@villageofpittsford.com
 
Or drop your interest materials off at Village Hall: 21 N. Main Street Pittsford, NY 14534
 
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Brush Pick Up

Brush pick-up is once a week. 
If residents need further assistance with brush pickup, you may contact the DPW garage and
they will do their best to schedule a pickup by appointment outside of the normal schedule: 586-9320.
 
Otherwise, all Villagers may take their collection
to the Town Highway Department at 60 Golf Ave. 
 
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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. 
 
 
 

Wanna hear a joke about a parking ticket?

No?   FINE :)
 
Village Hall will no longer accept payments for parking tickets. All payments must be made in-person or mailed to Pittsford Town Court:
3750 Monroe Ave
Suite 950
Pittsford, NY14534
 
Preferred payment by credit/debit. NO checks accepted. 

Local Law 4: Short-term Rentals

On July 11, 2023, The Board of Trustees enacted a 6-month moratorium on short-term rentals (STRs) in the Village of Pittsford. It goes into effect immediately. Existing STRs are not affected by this moratorium.

 

The purpose of the moratorium is to press a “pause button” on any new STRs to allow an assessment of the impact, if any, on the village environment and its residents. A Short-term Rental Citizen Advisory Committee has been established and will be working during this time to evaluate the impact of STRs on the community and make recommendations to the Trustees regarding possible legislation, or not.

 

Any property owners establishing an STR during this time will violate the moratorium code and be subject to fines.

For more information and to review the moratorium law go to:

 Village of Pittsford or call Village Hall at 585-586-4332

Resolution Against Racism

June 9, 2020
The Village of Pittsford Board of Trustees believes that racism or any discrimination is unacceptable.
Our community continues to stand united against racism and injustice.
We oppose any systemic discrimination against people of color in and beyond our community. 
We denounce any race-related violence, including police brutality.
We acknowledge that black lives matter.
We stand in solidarity with the black community and will speak out against unjust and inhuman incidents of violence.
We acknowledge the pain and grief that the families of these victims are experiencing and will respond with empathy and compassion.
We will continue to work so Black People feel welcome and included in the Pittsford Community.
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Welcome

The Village of Pittsford welcomes two new village trustees, Lisa Cove, and David Marshall.