Village Clerks Office closed until further notice - Notice 3-16-2020
Office staff is continuing to work remotely from home and can be reached as follows:
Village Clerk- Treasurer Marissa Shay: firstname.lastname@example.org or (585) 335-5330
Water/Sewer Clerk- Jess Nolan: email@example.com or (585) 335-5270
If you need to reach another department please go to the Community Input button under the Citizen Action Center or go to the Department page and you will be able to find their contact information,.
***Village of Dansville Court***
• All non-essential matters are administratively adjourned until a date on or after
April 30, 2020 (for defendants not in custody and for civil matters) or on or after
April 15, 2020 (for defendants in custody). The adjourned date shall be determined
by the Assigned or Designated Judge - Town and Village staff shall be responsible for
notifying attorneys or pro-se litigants/defendants of the adjourned dates.
• Essential Town and Village Matters include arraignments, applications for Orders of
Protection and any matter deemed to be essential after application by the
Designated Judge to the Supervising Judge. The Supervising Judge, in consultation
with the Administrative Judge, shall permit a matter to proceed if warranted.
• Any matter scheduled prior to 5:00 PM on March 16, 2020 shall be adjourned to a
date on or after April 30, 2020 using the Court notification system. Town and Village
personnel should post a sign indicating that defendants should check back with the
Court after April 30, 2020.
• All temporary orders of protection issued in the 7th Judicial District that are due to
expire while this Administrative Order is in effect, shall be deemed extended under
the same terms and conditions for a period of 90 days from the date the order is
scheduled to expire, unless the order is terminated or modified by the Designated
Judge or Assigned Judge. To the extent practicable, the Designated Judge or
Assigned Judge shall issue an amended order and the amended order shall be
Welcome to Dansville
A message from Peter R. Vogt, Mayor of Dansville, NY
Nestled at the southern end of the Canaseraga Valley, an arm of the Genesee Valley, and midway between Rochester and Corning, the Village of Dansville is the southern gateway to rural Livingston County and a major junction of highways providing direct access to the Rochester Metropolitan Area, the western edge of New York’s Finger Lake Region, the Southern Tier and a wide range of outdoor venues. On behalf of the Village Board of Trustees, I welcome you to our website and encourage you to visit our community to enjoy our hospitality, recreational facilities, businesses and historical sites.
The first local chapter of the American Red Cross was established here in 1881 and the village was a terminus for a branch of the former Genesee Valley Canal. The community also hosts many festivals, including the Dogwood Festival in May, the New York State Festival of Balloons over the Labor Day weekend, and Winter in the Village in December. From a transportation perspective, Interstate 390 has two exits (4 and 5) providing direct access into our community, an excellent general aviation airport is situated on the edge of the village, four state highways pass through or terminate here, and a branch line of the Genesee and Wyoming Railroad is adjacent to our business/industrial park.
The community also has a wide range of social, civic and athletic organizations/facilities (including a nine-hole golf course in the village); a fish and game club (400 members); numerous churches; a central business district that is undergoing significant redevelopment; a burgeoning business corridor near the airport and I-390’s exit 5; and numerous municipal parks and Stony Brook State Park two miles south of the village.
We have an excellent public school system, public library and hospital, the last being affiliated with the University of Rochester Medical Center. The village has many vintage and modern homes as well. So come and look us over; I am certain you will find the community a great place to live and raise a family. We see our future as bright and ask you to consider Dansville as an opportunity to open a business.
Photo Credit: Beth Doty Designs
Please take a free audio walking tour of our historic downtown, available on your favorite app store on your mobile device.
There are ten stops within three blocks. You will find history, eateries and shopping in our downtown that is recognized by the National Historic Register!
There is a free Municipal parking lot next to the North Dansville Town Hall, located at:
14 Clara Barton St,
Dansville, NY 14437
The Dansville Historic Walking Tour features these locations:
Stop #1: St. Paul's Lutheran Church
Stop #2: U.S. Post Office
Stop #3: St. Mary's Annex
Stop #4: Star Theatre
Stop #5: Paradise Alley
Stop #6: Maxwell Block
Stop #7: Red Cross House
Stop #8: Dansville Public Library
Stop #9: D&M Depot
Stop #10: G.A.R. Monument
To learn more about Dansville, NY, please visit: