The Village of Scottsville

Founded 1789




 Disaster Preparedness Page - What can you do to help in case of a disaster?

Legal Notices for the Village are Published in
The Sentinel



For information on Village Code please use the link below:


eCode 360



New York State Department of Public Service  - Lifeline Discount Telephone Service Program 

 Consumers qualify for Lifeline by participating in one of a number of federal assistance programs or by having income at or below 135% of the federal poverty guidelines.  For more information, please visit the Lifeline page at




2015 Recycling Calendar (notes)

We are doing Single Stream Recycling which means you can put out any recyclables each week.  Our yearly recycling calendar will be mailed to everyone in early February.

The recycling days in April are: Wednesday, April 1st, 8th, 15th, 22nd and 29th



2015 Annual Spring Fling - May 9, 2015 (6:00 PM to 10:00 PM)


 The Club House at Chili Country Club - 760 Scottsville-Chili Road - Scottsville, NY 14546


Spring is in the air and time for an eventful evening of good food, wine tasting, music, and a silent auction to benefit the community through the programs of the Greater Wheatland Area Chamber of Commerce and the Scottsville Rotary Club.

Proceeds will be used to support community youth projects and activities, such as scholarships and literacy.

Ticket price - $40.00

Tickets available at Scottsville Spirits (585-889-0550) or Genesee Country Inn (585-538-2500)  



Celebrate Earth Day and Arbor Day 2015 on Saturday, April 18th

8:00 AM - Noon at Village Dept. of Public Works - 385 Scottsville-Mumford Road (behind the Fire Department) - Computer and Electronic Recycling with Sunnking.  Drop off  your used PC's, laptops, printers, computer accessories, televisions ($25 charge for old CRT televisions), copiers, GPS units, tablets and more.  (Full listing at  Recycling open to all.  Scottsville residents may pick up free mulch and wood chips and drop off brush and yard debris.


9:00 AM to 11:00 AM in the Senior Center - Wheatland Municipal Building (22 Main Street, Scottsville) - Annual Spring Cleanup - Help cleanup the Village streets and parks after the long winter.  Supplies and street assignments will be available in the Senior Center.  Scottsville Midweek Farmers' Market - Stop by the Farmers' Market information table for details about the 2015 season and vendor application.  Visit with market vendors and pick up a free reusable shopping bag for the upcoming season.  Tree City USA display - On March 26, 2015 Scottsville was recognized in Albany as a "Tree City USA" by the National Arbor Day Foundation.  Learn more about this distinguished award, Scottsville Forestry Board, and opportunities for involvement.


11:00 AM at the Scottsville Free Library (28 Main Street, Scottsville) - "Your Backyard Habitat" with the Wegmans Zoomobile.  In this hands on program, children learn about the many things they can do to help preserve local wildlife.  Particular focus is on the fauna that can be found right in their own backyards.  For grades K through 8.  Registration is required.  Please call the library at 889-2023 to sign up.


11:00 AM to 1:00 PM at Johnson Park (behind 1 Browns Avenue, Scottsville) - Cook out for Cleanup participants (sponsored byn the Scottsville Lions Club).














Sanitary Sewer Upgrade/Replacement

The Village of Scottsville is currently reviewing sewage treatment and disposal alternatives to replace or upgrade the aging Village Waste Water Treatment Plant. Alternatives are being reviewed based on project cost, future operation and maintenance costs, Village commitment to operation and maintenance, future Village project expenditures, sewage treatment capacity, and environmental benefit. For additional information and details a link has been provided to view the public information presentation which was held on June 21, 2010.

(Presentation is approximately 33MB please allow time for downloading)


Welcome to the historic Village of Scottsville!

Located just south of Rochester, NY, the Village of Scottsville invites you to enjoy its many unique and delightful offerings.

During your stay, be sure to visit our array of businesses. Have a bite to eat at one of our tempting eateries; browse the gift shop; or visit the beautiful Scottsville Free Library, proudly listed on the National Historic Registry.

If nature is your thing, take a stroll down to Canawaugus Park, enjoy the scenery along Oatka Creek (also known for its great trout fishing), or hike/bike down the NYS Greenway Trail adjacant to the park.

We hope you will enjoy your time with us!