Town of Pittsford Government
The Pittsford Town Government is dedicated to serving in an open and business-like manner by providing leadership that sets the community agenda and aligns resources, enhancing the vitality of the community.
A community working together to preserve the past and pioneer the future.
Local governments exist for the purpose of providing services and public facilities to the people who live within their jurisdiction. The Town of Pittsford is governed by a Town Board, comprised of four Council members and a Supervisor, all of whom are elected at large by the qualified voters of the town. The Town Board meets the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of every month at 6 PM in the Town hall, lower level.
The Town of Pittsford also has several volunteer boards that function to oversee and/or provide advisory input for a variety of town processes and responsibilities. Comprised of community members, our volunteer boards play an important role in Pittsford’s success by evaluating information, discussing issues which affect our community, making decisions on matters under consideration, or making recommendations to the Town Board for needed action. Those interested in serving on a volunteer board may submit a resume to the Office of the Supervisor. For details about the Town of Pittsford’s volunteer boards and volunteer opportunities, please visit our Volunteer Boards page.