Village Office Closed to Public
Livingston County has declared a State of Emergency in Livingston County effective at 5:00 pm on March 14, 2020, due to the health impacts of the Coronavirus-19 (COVID-19).
Following suit, effective immediately the Village office doors are locked until further notice to ensure the safety of the public and the staff.
The public instead are given the option to mail, email or call the office instead. The Village Clerk-Treasurer will be in the office during limited business. If you have any water payments, please mail or use the drop box to the right of the front door and a receipt (if requested) will be mailed. Cash payments need to be in a sealed envelope.
If you are dropping of packages, please call the office 585-382-3699 and we will assist you during normal business hours.
Stay Home and Stay Safe!
- Clerk-Treasurer Kirstie DeGraff
The County Emergency Operations Center was activated at Level 1 at 8:00 am 3/16/2020 in order to centralize efforts to respond to this quickly evolving crisis.
Department of Health (DOH) has created a dedicated website for COVID19-related information and all official, external communications from the County:
All calls regarding questions about COVID19 should be directed to the DOH toll-free hotline:
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