What are the Town snow storm and winter parking restrictions?
In order to facilitate snow removal Town of Pittsford winter parking restrictions are in effect November 15 through April 1 of each year. Parking of any vehicle on public roads – including state highways – is prohibited during this time in all areas within the town and outside of the village.
You may know about our special programs, speakers and luncheons each month in the VanHuysen Community Room at the Spiegel Pittsford Community Center, but did you also know we offer a 55+ Lounge and variety of ongoing classes designed for healthy fun? Seniors can keep moving and have a great time with non-impact aerobics, line dancing, Zumba and square dancing – no experience necessary! Or try Feldenkrais for flexibility and pain alleviation, Balance class for strength and mobility, or a special exercise class for those with arthritis. Our yoga and tai chi classes are suitable for multiple levels of experience and ability.
Classes are free to Pittsford residents and most are $3.00 per class for non-residents; Feldenkrais and Balance classes are free for all. For a complete schedule of our regular health and wellness classes, see our current Senior Programs brochure or call the Senior Center at 248-6235. The Town of Pittsford offers a variety of Pittsford Seniors programs at our Community Center located at 35 Lincoln Avenue. To learn more about all of our wonderful programs for seniors click HERE to visit the Seniors web page.
Our CCA information webpage contains information about Community Choice Aggregation, updates regarding the Town's consideration of adopting a CCA program, and information presented by potential CCA administrators. Click the link to go to the page.
PUBLIC HEARING ON COMMUNITY CHOICE AGGREGATION LEGISLATION THIS MONDAY AT 9/17/18 TOWN BOARD MEETING, 6:00PM, PITTSFORD FIRE DEPT. STATION #2
At the next Town Board meeting on Monday, September 17 at 6:00PM at the Pittsford Fire Department Station #2, 465 Mendon Road, there will be a public hearing on adoption of legislation to permit the Town to go forward with a Community Choice Aggregation program. Such a program would be a way of obtaining electric power for all Pittsford residents from sustainable energy sources.
Please note that this Town Board meeting is on a Monday (instead of the usual Tuesday evening meeting) and will be located at Pittsford Fire Department Station #2, 465 Mendon Road.
The NY State Department of Transportation (NYSDOT) will be completing paving work this Saturday, 9/15 along Clover Street/Route 65, between the Erie Canal and Monroe Avenue/Route 31 during daytime hours. An alternating, one-way traffic pattern will be in place. NYSDOT advises motorists to plan an alternate route, as they will not be posting an official detour. Per NYSDOT, the work is being done during the daytime hours so crews can complete paving in a safe and efficient manner. Those motorists who can’t avoid the roadwork area should plan accordingly for delays and drive with care.
The NYSDOT had announced September 5 that the paving work would take place Thursday, 9/6 through Saturday, 9/8 and continue on Saturday, 9/15.
The NY State Department of Transportation (NYSDOT) announced today (September 5) that paving work will begin tomorrow (Thursday, 9/6) along Clover Street/Route 65, between the Erie Canal and Monroe Avenue/Route 31. The work will take place during daytime hours and last through this Saturday, September 8 and resume next Saturday, September 15. NYSDOT advises motorists to plan an alternate route, as no official detour will be posted.
An alternating, one-way traffic pattern will be in place for approximately four days: Thursday, Friday and Saturday of this week (September 6-8) and the following Saturday, September 15. Per NYSDOT, the work is being done during the daytime hours so crews can complete paving in a safe and efficient manner.
Those motorists who can’t avoid the roadwork area should plan accordingly for delays and drive with care.
The next "Supervisor Saturday" with Pittsford Town Supervisor Bill Smith is Saturday, September 15 from 9:00 - 10:00am at the Pittsford Community Library. Stop by and join the conversation to catch up on current issues, Town projects, and other topics you might wish to discuss.
This casual open house, held in the Library's Fisher Meeting Room, is a chance to speak to Supervisor Smith directly about what matters most to you. Drop in - no registration required. The Pittsford Community Library is located at 24 State Street.
Supervisor Smith keeps an open door policy and welcomes visits from residents at Town Hall during regular business hours Monday to Friday. As always, he’s available by phone at 248-6220 and by email at email@example.com.
All Town of Pittsford offices, facilities, and services – including Town Hall, the Spiegel Pittsford Community Center at 35 Lincoln Avenue, the Pittsford Community Library, and Town Court – will be closed on Monday, September 3 in observance of the 2018 Labor Day holiday. The Library will also be closed on Saturday and Sunday, September 1 and 2. Town brush collection will be delayed one day during the week of September 2 due to the holiday closure. In case of an emergency requiring Town of Pittsford services during the holiday, please call (585) 248-6212. On behalf of Supervisor Smith, the Pittsford Town Board members and all of our staff and volunteer board members, we wish you a happy and safe holiday!
There will be no senior programs offered from Monday, August 20 through Friday, August 31 as we make the move from 3750 Monroe Avenue to our new home for senior programs at the beautifully renovated and expanded Spiegel Pittsford Community Center. Senior programs will resume on September 4 at the community center, which is located at 35 Lincoln Avenue. We are looking forward to seeing you there! See the Seniors section of our Fall Recreation Programs brochure for more information, or call the Pittsford Seniors Office at 248-6235.