A Friendly Place to Live and Shop
In addition to the year-round scenic splendor and quiet, close-knit village life, the area offers well-regarded public scholl systems, quality health care and a varied business community. Good schools with strong sports, music and arts programs, many houses of worship for all people, a State University campus with attractive educational and recreational opportunities.
The Brockport area has some of the most productive farmland in America, an historic business district with the finest collection of period architecture in Monroe County, and a governmental atmosphere comfortable with planned commercial growth. All these things make up the Brockport community.
The Village of Brockport, the focal point of much of the area's commerce and entertainment, celebrated its 175th Anniversary in 2004. First Lady Laura Bush proclaimed Brockport as a Preserve America community - one of only five so designated in New York state. This followed the naming of the downtown portion of the village to both the state and federal registers of historic places.
Community involvement was key to these successes. The spirit of our community is likewise represented in its services: five active volunteer fire companies; a volunteer ambulance service; the Seymour Public Library; the Sweden Senior Center; and a new Community Center featuring a full size gym, exercise facilities and more...