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The Village of Brocton has been incorporated since 1894. It's services include Highway, Water, Sewer and Electric for it's estimated 1500 inhabitants.

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Water Test Results
Posted on 2017-06-23

VILLAGE OF BROCTON - 3 Yr, Lead & Copper

Record of Samples

Notice / Reminder
Posted on 2017-02-10

Water/Sewer bills will be mailed with the Electric bills to help save postage costs

Clean Energy Standards
Posted on 2017-02-10





Electric customers in the Village of Brocton will see an increase in their bills effective with the February 2016 billing to subsidize four upstate nuclear power plants and to help support renewable power generation.


As part of the Clean Energy Standard that was approved by the state Public Service Commission in August, state utilities are being charged zero-emission credits to help preserve four nuclear power plants. The Clean Energy Standard calls for New York to acquire 50 percent of its energy from low-carbon resources by 2030.


The Village of Brocton is scheduled to pay approximately $43,000 annually during the next two years toward the zero-emission credits. The zero-emission credit payment is scheduled to commence with the April 2016 billing. This will represent an approximate increase for the average residential customer of $2.00 per month.


Customers will also be required to start paying toward renewable energy credits. This program will only cost all Village of Brocton residents $120.00 in 2017. However, renewable energy credits will be increasing in future years.


The Village of Brocton wants our electric customers to be aware that their electric bills will be increasing slightly. This doesn’t represent a rate increase coming from the Village, but an additional charge from New York State. As your utility, we are required to collect this money on a per KWH basis, and pass it directly on to the State.


In August, Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo announced the state Public Service Commission’s approval of the Clean Energy Standard. Gov. Cuomo said the Clean Energy Standard is the most comprehensive and ambitious clean energy mandate in the state’s history to fight climate change, reduce harmful air pollution and ensure a diverse and reliable energy supply. The Clean Energy Standard will require 50 percent of New York’s electricity to be generated by renewable energy sources like wind and solar by the year 2030. In its initial phase, utilities and other energy suppliers will be required to procure and phase in new renewable power resources starting with 26.31 percent of the state’s total electricity load in 2017 and grow to 30.54 percent of the statewide total in 2021.


The Clean Energy Standard is enforced by requiring utilities and other energy suppliers to obtain a targeted number of renewable energy credits each year. These credits will be paid to renewable developers to help finance new renewable energy sources that will be added to the electric grid.


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Important Dates
Posted on 2017-02-10





May 6, 2017 8:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m. at DPW Shop on Highland Avenue

Sept. 9, 2017 8:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. at DPW Shop on Highland Avenue


Pick-up truck - $15.00/Car Trunk - $5.00/Misc. Items - $1.00-$4.00/Utility Trailer- $15.00

Any trash will be accepted excluding demolition, refrigerators, freezers and air conditioners!

TV’S - $10.00 / Computers - $10.00 / Tires - $3.00


Tires up to 19” only/ Tires must be dismounted from rims/Residential tires only

Please remember that tires will not be accepted or hauled by municipalities from commercial establishments such as tire shops and junk yards.



May 15, 2017 & September 18, 2017

This consists of washers, dryers, hot water tanks, stoves, metal cabinets, lawn mowers or any other metal product that needs to be discarded.



*First Monday of each month* - April through November

Residents are asked not to put brush out by the curb side more than 48 hours (weekend before) prior to pick up day. Also, brush must be piled on the curb side in an orderly manner for easy pick up. On this pick up we will take bagged leaves & grass clippings. We will not pick up piles of dirt or grass clippings that are piles out by the roadside. Anyone putting anything else out by the roadside will be issued a citation and will be made to clean it up themselves.

On Monday holidays, brush will be picked up on Tuesday.



July 12, 2017 – Flushing will begin at 7:00 a.m. until finished!

Please follow all rules and regulations to help our Village be a clean and prosperous community. This is your community; Pride in our Community Benefits all Residents.

In case of an “Emergency” in the Village of Brocton, WDOE Radio Station will broadcast and it will be published in the Village’s official newspaper, Observer.

For any questions on these matters, call 792-4167.



In the Village of Brocton, both State and Local codes require that no person or organization shall begin to excavate, construct, enlarge, alter, remove, improve, demolish, convert, or change the nature of a building occupancy, repair, install any mechanical equipment, or systems such as plumbing, heating, electrical, fire suppression, or detection system without first having applied for and obtained a building &zoning permit. Other projects such as re-roofing, swimming pools, decks, sheds, fences, and signs also require permits. Property owners are encouraged to contact the Code Enforcement Office at 792-4113 before starting any construction project in order to determine if any permits are required.



Swimming Pool Permits
Posted on 2016-07-25

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Posted on 2016-03-29

Annual Drinking Water Quality Report for 2015

New Utility Bills
Posted on 2016-01-13

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Posted on 2015-02-06

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