About us:

Our vision is to provide opportunities for neighbors to get together to improve our community. We would like to provide channels for improved communication among residents, and foster friendship and civic engagement. Whether you want to help plan a community garden, an art festival, or engage with government in shaping the future of our Village, a strong civic association is the vehicle for positive change.

Saturday, March 1, 2014

Winter Thaw

Think Spring!

Winter Thaw Party!
Friday, March 7, 7-9 pm
Northfield Masonic Lodge,
17 Church St.
  informal o   kid-Friendly

bring “nibbles” or a beverage
All are welcome


Tuesday, November 26, 2013

Candlelight Night Ornament-Making

Kid’s Holiday Ornament-Making: A craft activity hosted by FOPV on Candlelight Night
December 3rd, 5 to 8 PM, Northfield Masonic Lodge, 17 Church St.
Children are invited to create a unique holiday ornament to bring home, and one to adorn the spruce trees in the large urns at Four Corners.

 Join us for some ornament-making and cookies and cider, too!

Decorating Village Hall

Join us this Saturday morning, November 30 - 9:30 a.m.

We will be hanging wreaths and garlands on the exterior of the building.

Saturday, July 6, 2013

Mid-Summer Social Event Friday, July 12

FOPV is hosting a “backyard” social event at the Masonic Lodge on July 12, from 5-8pm.
Bring a lawn game and enjoy a fun evening with friends and neighbors!
The Masonic Lodge is the cobblestone building at 17 Church St:




















Midsummer Social Menu:
Lime Ricky or Freshly squeezed Lemonade
Grilled Zwiegle’s or Nathan’s Hotdog on a Martusciello Bakery Bun
Choice of 2 sides
Potato Chips

Dessert : Chocolate, Carrot or Vanilla Bean Cupcake





The Big Flea: The Village Fair that Could!

The Big Flea got off to a rainy start, but as the sun came out, we enjoyed an afternoon of music, carnival games, puppet shows, bargains, and tasty treats!
We wish to recognize our amazing 2013 Big Flea Volunteers:
Lindsay Arena, Kristina Benjamin, Jeff Bove, Linda Brisbane, Jack Cargill, Emma DeMarco, Andrew DeNatale, Joyce Drake, Elizabeth Druskie, Louisa Fernandez, Jim and Karen Freebern, Briana Hanson, Kennedy Jason,  Adele and Fred Lester, Fran and Herb Kramer, Len Lanphear, Shalonda Marie, Elizabeth Mooney, Marty Martina, Deborah Mistark, Jean Peters, Alysa Plummer, Mike and Jan Reynolds, Sammie Scott, Cat Smith, Ben Smith, Robert Smith, Amy Vlietstra, Justin Vlietstra, John and Christine Temp, Eric Tolhurst, Linda Williams, Karen Wilson, Meredith Utman
2013 Sponsors and donors:
Salon Bella Vita, Carl Crumley/Image City Photography, Olives Restaurant, Margie LaTourette, Label 7, Beads ‘n’ Things, Simply Crepes, Flour City Pasta, Salvatore’s Pizza, Top Notch Monogramming, Lisa’s Boutique with a Heart, Harmony in Wood, Perlman Chiropractic, SJ’s, RPS Screen Printing, Towpath Bike, Christopher Wilmot, The Yarne Source.
Special Thanks to:
LazyAcre Alpaca/Alpaca Country, RPS Screen Printing, Whitney Brice, Michael Brennan, American Legion Pittsford Post 899,
Richard and Karen Lenio, Village of Pittsford, Town of Pittsford,
Musicians and Entertainers:
Brian Tomaszewski
Mitzie Collins
Tom Bohrer’s one-and-only Punch and Judy Show
Dan Walpole

Our beautiful T-Shirts are still available if you would like to purchase one.  Call or email us.




Friday, June 28, 2013

The Big Flea

The “Big Flea” is planned as a day-long Flea Market and “old timey” Fun Fair.  Carnival cames and arts/crafts activities for children, as well as music, refreshments and raffles will be part of this fun-filled day.  The date is June 29 at the Library Parking Lot from 10AM-4PM.

Entertainment Includes:

  • T. Bohrer's one-and-only Punch and Judy Show.  This classic puppet show has been performed for centuries and will be fun entertainment for all ages.  3 Showings: 11am, 1pm, 3pm.
  • Musician Brian Tomaszewski will be performing in the morning.  He plays Banjo, Mandolin, and can ride a unicycle (possibly while playing!).
  • Dan Walpole Jug Band will be performing in the afternoon.  Dan Walpole won the 2013 City Newspaper Best Busker contest.
  • Mitzi Collins will be on site with her Dulcimer and will play from time to time.

Sunday, June 16, 2013

Trustee Meeting on 75 Monroe

The Village of Pittsford Trustees have a special meeting on July 2, 7pm, at Sutherland High School.
The agenda for this meeting is to review a new site plan for 75 Monroe. This is a public hearing where the public can state their opinions on this new plan. The project still consists of 167 apartments and a restaurant.

The developer has submitted a request to the Trustees to approve a new Regulating Plan for 75 Monroe Ave.  This new Regulating Plan is a new layout for the site.  Changes include moving the restaurant, reducing the number of apartment buildings, and moving larger buildings towards the back of the site. Since the number of buildings has been reduced, the size of the buildings has increased. Much of this size increase is in the depth of the buildings.


The previously approved Regulating Plan is still valid and the developer can use this as their site layout.


The trustees have two options:
1. They can approve this new plan with or without modifications.
2. They can reject the new plan.  If the new plan is rejected then the developer intends to use the previously approved plans.


The important thing to note here is this is not an opportunity to block development of the site, but it is an opportunity to suggest changes to the site layout.

There is a Development Review Committee (DRC), that consists of members from all 3 Village Boards and they have sent a memo to the Trustees detailing changes for the Trustees to consider. These proposed changes are reflected in the new site plan.


New Site Plan