- Community Center & Schedules
- Faith Communities
- Community Organizations
- Neighborhood Association (NASP)
- Community Events - you're invited
- July 3rd Independence Day Extravaganza
- Sodus Bay Community Boating Center at SBJSA
- Sodus Bay Heights Golf Club
- Sodus Bay Lighthouse Museum
- Ice Skating in the Park
- Sodus Point Beach Park
About Our Village
In and Around the Area
- My Government
- Contact Village
- Forms and Fees
- FOIL Requests
- Village Close Dates
- Speed Limit, Dogs, Wildlife and Other Local Laws
- Frequently Asked Questions
- Emergency Contact Form
- Tax Rates
- Wayne County Property Tax Search
- Assessor's Office (Town of Sodus)
- 2018-2019 Budget
- 2017-2018 Budget
- NYS Comptroller's Report
DEPARTMENTS & SERVICES
- CODE ENFORCEMENT
- Code Enforcement Office
- Fee Schedule
- Zoning Districts Village of Sodus Point
- CEO Office 315-553-2695
- Village Code Book
- Zoning Code Section 190
- 190-11 Denisity Control - Setbacks
- 190-8 Permitted Uses In Districts
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Forms & Required Permits
- Zoning & Planning
- Zoning Districts
- LWRP - Master Plan
- Downtown Vision Plan
- Sodus Bay Waterfront Initiative
- Great Sodus Bay Harbor Management Plan
- What is the Zoning Board of Appeals?
- Zoning Board Minutes
- What is a Variance?
- Understanding Hardships
Zoning Board of Appeals
Zoning and Planning Notices
- Public Notices
- 12-06-2018 Village Update from Mayor McDowell
- 11-21-2018 Village Update from Mayor McDowell
- 11-08-2018 Village Update from Mayor McDowell
- Water Levels Daily - USACE
- Great Lakes Water Levels Updates - USACE
- Lake Ontario Water Levels Forecast (Month) USACE
- IJC - Weekly Regulation Summary
- IJC - Lake Ontario Outflows
Mayor McDowell Village Updates
Water Levels - links to IJC & USACE
Employment & Volunteer Opportunities
Welcome to the website of the historic Village of Sodus Point, NY. Sodus Point is a wonderful place to live, visit and play.
To Live: The Village is a small and quaint place where we boast that we do not have a stop light! It’s really a little “cottage” village surrounded by the waters of Great Sodus Bay, the largest bay on the south shore of Lake Ontario. The businesses and residents are heavily involved in community projects making Sodus Point one of the best places to live all year around.
To Visit: Historic Sodus Point is full of history going back to the War of 1812 and beyond. There are murals on the west and east side of the fire hall depicting some of the history. The Sodus Bay Historical Society supports the “old lighthouse museum” which is a wonderful place to visit; not only for the local information it offers, but the spectacular view of the lake and lake shoreline. The “society” also hosts the free weekly Sunday afternoon concerts during the summer. You’ll hear everything from Glenn Miller, to Gap Magione and even a little bit of Blue Grass. There are numerous places to eat and you can stay overnight at a lodge or one of the numerous bed and breakfasts in the “point”.
To Play: You will find the fishing for perch, bass, lake trout or king salmon, whether in your own boat or a charter boat exciting. If you are a hearty one, you may find ice fishing or even ice boating a refreshing treat to the cabin blues. There is a swimming beach on both lake and bay side where you can swim, play in the surf, and walk the beach. A beautiful golf course overlooks the bay where your view may be more important than your score.
As you surf this website, you will find many links to points of interest, activities and schedules that will make you want to visit or live in historic Sodus Point.
Get to the “point”!
Mayor Dave McDowell
- December 20 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
- December 24 - December 25
- January 17, 2019 @ 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Current Weather RadarContact
- December 20th 5:00 P.M. Village Hall Workshop
- December 20th 6:30 P.M. Regular Board Meeting
- January 17th 6:30 P.M. Regular Board Meeting
Village Clerk email@example.com
Mayor Dave McDowell
The Village crews will be working on the ice rink installation and the Highway Department continues snow removal as needed.Brush Schedule
The late leaf drop and the early snow have left parts of the village a mess. Picking up leaves with a bucket tends to damage lawns as does plowing before the ground is frozen. We will focus on getting lawns back in shape as soon as the snow leaves in the spring.
Christmas tree pickup will be throughout late December / January as needed.