Welcome to the Village of Phoenix, where the Oswego River flows through the center of the village providing a unique avenue for travel, recreation and a connection with our past. Whether you are a life-long resident, new to our village, or just passing through, I invite you to become a part of our extended family.
Our community boasts an ever growing business district along the Oswego Canal at Lock One, beautiful residential homes, fine schools, parks, library and our very own Bridgehouse Brats. The services provided by our government departments are unsurpassed. Public safety needs are provided through the Phoenix Police Department and the Enterprise Fire Company with skill and professionalism. Residents can take pride in the personal service and quality work provided by the Office of the Village Administrator, Clerk/Treasurer, Waste Water Treatment Plant and the Department of Public Works.
Our Board of Trustees and our Mayor take great pride in our public service to this community and they strive to promote Phoenix and to work hard for the betterment of people who live and work here.
Perhaps Phoenix’s greatest asset is its people. There is a true sense of community in our Village. Although we are a relatively small village, don’t be fooled by our size. We are a village based on strong core values, hard-work, and a staunch commitment to serving our community. These are the ethics that make Phoenix truly amazing! The village government works closely with our residents and businesses to promote the many services, activities, and benefits of Phoenix. Whether it’s a holiday visit with Santa, the June Strawberry Festival, our Memorial Day Parade, or our annual fireworks held late June, the Phoenix community is always supportive and happy to join together.
We hope that you will enjoy learning more about the Village of Phoenix as you explore this website. If you should have any questions or comments about Phoenix, please contact us at (315) 695-2484. The success of our government relies heavily on the information and cooperation provided by the community. Your involvement and input allow us to serve you better.
Village Walking Brochure
This is a walking brochure produced for the village by the Central New York Regional Planning and Development Board with funding provided by the Erie Canalway National Heritage Corridor Pilot Grant Program.