Barry Briffa (term expires 4/2022)
Mike Constantino (term expires 4/2022)
Tom Frantz (term expires 4/2020)
Don Jacobs (term expires 4/2022)
Ken Rizzo (term expires 4/2020)
Registrar of Vital Statistics
Amy Neumann, Leicester Town Clerk
52 South Parkway
Leicester NY 14481
Phone: (585) 382-3699
Fax: (585) 382-9145
Typically meet 3rd Monday of each month
at 6:30 pm at the Village Office.
See Calendar for actual meeting dates.
Use side entrance on right of building.
Frequently Asked Questions:
Do I need an appointment to see the Mayor?
The Mayor serves at the request of the residents and therefore welcomes visitors to Village Hall and will make every effort to meet with them and respond to their concerns. As the Mayor is a part-time position, an appointment is recommended to ensure that the Mayor is available when you arrive.
If I have a concern or question about a Village Department, should I call the Mayor?
If you have a concern or question about a Village department, never hesitate to contact the Mayor.
The Mayor will make every effort to answer your question, resolve your issue or explain a process
or procedure. If needed, the Mayor will contact the department in an effort to resolve your particular issue or receive a more detailed explanation.
How do I get an item on the Village Board agenda?
Agenda item requests must be submitted in writing to the Mayor at least one week prior to a scheduled Village Board meeting and should be accompanied by any appropriate background material. Items are placed on the agenda at the discretion of the Mayor's Office. If the item concerns a proposed local law, it must be introduced by a legislative official, therefore will need to be sponsored by a member of the Village Board.
How do I express my concern for an item not on the agenda?
A listing of topics that the board reasonably anticipates will be discussed at the meeting must be on the agenda. With that said, every Village Board meeting provides time for a Public Comment period. This is the public's opportunity to address the Board on any subject matter that is within the jurisdiction of the Village, and that does not appear as a regular agenda item. The Village Board is not permitted (by law) to take any action on issues raised during the Public Comment period, but they may table the issues for response or official action at a future date.
How do I register to vote, or change my name or address?
All U.S. citizens 18 years of age and older are eligible to vote, provided they are properly registered. All voter registration, name or address changes are done by mail. Registration Forms are available online and at the Village Office, and may be picked up in person or will be mailed upon request. The registration form must be completed and mailed to the Livingston County Board of Elections, 6 Court Street, Room 104, Geneseo, NY 14454.
What is a Primary Election?
A “Primary Election” is one in which only enrolled members of a party may vote for the purpose of nominating party candidates and electing party officers. In any election district, if a race is uncontested, no primary is held. A “Primary Election” is held on the first Tuesday after the second Monday in September before every general election unless otherwise changed by an act of the legislature. Polls are open for voting from Noon until 9:00 p.m.