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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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Independent Energy Efficiency Program
Posted on 2021-10-26


Village of Brocton to Join the Independent Energy Efficiency Program, Inc. (IEEP)


Rebate Forms: (If you are unable to print a form, they are also available at Village Hall for your convenience.)






Brocton, New York – The Brocton Village Board is pleased to announce the passing of a resolution to join the Municipal Electric Utilities Association’s Independent Energy Efficiency Program, Inc. The IEEP was established in 2001 and has invested over $52 million in a variety of commercial, industrial and residential energy efficiency programs designed for New York State’s municipal electric utilities. Currently, thirty-five municipal systems participate in the IEEP program.


Under New York State’s Climate Leadership and Community Protection Act, all New Yorkers are charged with aggressive goals including 70% renewable energy by 2030, achieving 100% zero-emission electricity by 2040 and reducing greenhouse gas emissions economy-wide at least 85% by 2050. By offering energy efficiency programs to customers, the Village of Brocton will demonstrate our commitment to energy efficiency and will support the State’s energy and environmental goals.


Energy efficiency programs can reduce costs by reducing energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions. All Brocton Electric customers will contribute to the IEEP by paying $1 for every 1,000-kilowatt hours consumed, with an average residential customer paying between $8-$15 per year.


The Village of Brocton and the IEEP and will begin to offer these programs in 2022. The programs will offer awareness, education, and incentives designed to encourage Brocton’s electric customers to install high efficiency lighting and heating systems, increase building insulation levels, and to purchase EnergyStar® labeled appliances, among other offerings.


More information on future programs will be provided in the upcoming months. To learn more about the IEEP, visit the website at www.ieepny.com.


News Letter
Posted on 2021-03-26





May 15, 2021         8:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. at DPW Shop on Highland Avenue 

Sept. 4, 2021 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 - $4.00 car/lt. truck $17.00 large truck / Tractor Tires $30.00 

 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 12, 2021 & September 15, 2021 

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 and be no more than 4 feet in length and 6 inches in diameter. 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 13, 2021 – 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 792-4160. 



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 792-9614 Ext: 4 (now located at the Town of Portland office building 87 W. Main Street) before starting any construction project to determine if any permits are required. 



COVID -19 Update
Posted on 2020-08-20


Should you refuse to wear a mask, you will be asked to leave.



Please wait your turn should a line form.


For the safety of our staff and community, we kindly ask that you keep your visit brief and would appreciate no loitering.


We request that you still utilize our drop-box for payments to alleviate unnecessary contact.



We appreciate your cooperation during these unprecedented times.


Village of Brocton Board of Trustees

Water Quality Reports
Posted on 2020-05-31

North County Water District

City of Dunkirk

Waterways Trail Map
Posted on 2019-09-06

Informational brochure on Chautauqua waterways. Great resource for kayaking

Waterway Trail Map / Brochure

Properly managing yard waste
Posted on 2019-08-02

Lake Erie Watershed Protection Brochure

Village of Brocton Winter Parking Reminder
Posted on 2018-11-29

As a reminder from November 1st thru April 1st we request no parking on Village roads from the hours of 2am-6am.  Along with this, we ask you please do not park on sidewalks and abide by the municipal parking lot markings, i.e. 24-hour parking, etc. 

Facebook Page
Posted on 2018-09-21

Check out our new Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/VOBrocton/ or @VOBrocton 

Posted on 2018-05-08

The Village of Brocton would like to thank those who helped organize and those who participated in the Community Cleanup held on May 6, 2018


Project Cleanup Crew

Attention Village of Brocton Residents
Posted on 2018-04-10

  The Village would like to remind residents in the event of storms causing power outages to please prepare ahead of time if you will be in need of anything that requires electricity such as oxygen.  If you need immediate emergency help, we ask that you please call 911.

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

Swimming Pool Permits
Posted on 2016-07-25

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Do you know about this?
Posted on 2015-02-06

Chautauqua County Office For The Aging  

Keeping Seniors Safe, Healthy and Living Independently!

Adult Day & Respite Care Legal Services
 Dietician & Nurse Consultation Medical Transportation
Elder Abuse Prevention & Investigation Meal Programs
Exercise/Wellness Classes Nursing Home Ombudsman
Health & Rx Insurance Counseling Senior Safety Tools
Heating Assistance Computer Training
In-Home (Personal) Care Services Hospital to Home Assistance
55+ Employment/Training Home Repairs & Handicap Adaptation
Caregiver Assistance

Visit The Website  

Visit one of our 3 locations:

Dunkirk (716) 363-3865 | Jamestown (716) 661-8940 | Mayville (716) 753-4471