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Mulch and wood chips generated by the town’s yard debris recycling program are available FREE of charge to residents who visit the East Street storage

site adjacent to the Little League baseball fields.

Pittsford Town Justice F. Robert Michel announced that he is stepping down from his post and will retire from public service. After a great deal of thought

and consideration, Michel has decided to vacate the position...

Please help keep hydrants clear of snow during the winter. Property owners, home owners and snow removal operators are asked to be aware of

the location of neighborhood fire hydrants and to assist in maintaining a 3-...

Credit cards can be used for payment of fees and fines at selected town offices. A minimum transaction of $5.00 is required. Mastercard, Visa and Discover will be

accepted at the following locations: 

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Parking on all highways, including the shoulder of the road, is prohibited from November 15 to April 1. Violators may be ticketed or towed.

Please keep the public right-of-way clear. When cleaning out your driveway,...

Town Supervisor Bill Carpenter has proposed a budget that cuts the town tax rate for the fifth consecutive year.

On Friday, August 29, Pittsford Town Supervisor Bill Carpenter submitted his proposed 2009 Operating...

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