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. 

The recycling days in AUGUST are: Wednesday, August 5, 12, 19 and 26







Village Deputy Clerk Job Description


Reports to: Mayor of Scottsville 

Job Summary: The Deputy Clerk position serves to support and provide backup to the Clerk/Treasurer 

Status: Part time


Clerk Duties 

Clerk’s Office duties may include, but are not limited to the following: 

The collection of fees for and issuance of permits and refuse stickers. 

The collection of moneys for real property taxes, and sewer and refuse bills 

The deposit of all moneys collected in a village account, and the accounting for such moneys received 

to the Treasurer. 

The preparation of Board meeting agendas, and attendance at meetings as directed, and the 

reporting of the results of those meetings (minutes). 

The filing of all village records and that they are safeguarded at all times. 

The administering and filing of oaths of office for all village government officials. 

The processing of village claims for payment. 

Assisting with submission of bi-weekly payroll and maintaining employee files as pertains to payroll 

and benefits.



Exceptional verbal, written and electronic communication skills. 

Strong organizational skills and ability to manage multiple projects at one time. 

Must have positive interactions with village employees, trustees and residents. 

Must possess a willingness to learn and adapt to constant changes in the workplace through the use 

and training in software, social media, policies, equipment and internet research. 

Respect for confidentiality. 

Is resourceful and decisive regarding office and village administrative concerns; uses good judgment 

in making administrative decisions. Is a self-starter.



Education – Minimum of an Associates Degree in Secretarial Science required or 5 years of 

experience, preferably in a municipal environment. 

Experience – Computer proficiency in the MS Office Suite; Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. 

Bookkeeping – experience using accounting software to track payables and receivables 

Proficient in the use and etiquette of email, internet research and social media. 

Certification as a Notary and NIMS certification (if not current, within 3 months of employment.) 

Physical Demands – Continuous sitting, frequent use of computer (repetitive fine hand 

manipulation), occasional bending and twisting of neck and back, standing and/or squatting, walking 

lifting/carrying of items up to 25 lbs. 

Travel is considered minimal but is required for attendance at training and conferences. 


 (Job application is available on the "Village Office" page.  Applications and resumes accepted up to September 4, 2015)

















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!