Welcome to Middleport, a "Friendly Community" on the historic Erie Barge Canal. If you have questions, concerns, or suggestions, the Village's main email address is MiddleportNY@villageofmiddleport.org. If you wish to contact an elected official directly, their email addresses may be found on the officials' page. If you wish to contact a specific employee, email addresses may be found on the department's page. Each department also has FAQs, so check there for an answer to your question, as well.
The Village of Middleport is a village located on the historic Erie Barge Canal in Niagara County, New York. We are about equidistant from Buffalo, Niagara Falls, and Rochester. As of the 2010 US Census, the population of the Village is 1,860 residents.
The Village's motto is "A Friendly Community." When US President Franklin D. Roosevelt stopped in Middleport during a trip on the canal, he commented that Middleport looked like "a friendly community." We take pride in our Village and hope that when you visit, you find that we live up to our motto.
The Middleport Fire Co. No. 1, Inc. would like to remind everyone that under no circumstances should fire hydrants be painted by private individuals without prior approval from the Village and the Fire Company.
Applications are now being accepted for the Village's Summer Recreation Program. Click on Parks & Recreation to the left of this page to download the application and the hold harmless agreement. Please note that proof of health insurance must be provided.
The Royalton Hartland Summer Swim Program sign up will be on Saturday, June 10, 2017. Click on Parks & Recreation to the left of this page for more information.
Tax bills and water/sewer bills can now be paid by credit or debit card, either at the Village Hall or by clicking on "Pay By Credit Card" to the left. For telephone payments, click on Departments (at the top left of this page), then see FAQs under the Clerk's Office.
The 2017 recycling pickup schedule for the Village is available for downloading under "Departments," "Public Works," "Documents" (at the bottom of the page).
As of January 1, 2015, NYS law requires that all unwanted electronics must be recycled. They cannot be placed in the trash for removal. Please click on "Electronics Recycling" to the left for more information.