Erie Village Today
Erie Village consists of 145 buildings, which encompass 488 homes/units. All the unit models were named after places along the Erie Canal System: Amsterdam, Bennington, Brantingham, Brockport, Cayuga, Delaware, Eaton, Fairport, Geneva, Hartford, Ithaca, Jordan, Kingston, Lockport, Newport, Ontario, Phoenix, Quincy, Rochester, Saratoga, Skaneateles, Seneca, and Tuscarora.
In 2005, Oot Bros., Inc. donated and planted five pine trees in the memory of the five brothers: Earl, Leo, Donald, Bob and Ronald:
In Memory of photos
EV Flag Pole…
The original flag pole was set in place following 9-11 and was primarily funded with generous donations from our residents. The 9-11 memorial stone was donated by former residents Bill & Kathy Kurtz. The trees were planted in memory of the Oot brothers who developed Erie Village. Barb Whitney and her group of volunteers have enhanced the area with beautiful flower plantings.
In 2007 Syd Tenenbaum donated a bench at the flagpole site. Syd made this gift to the Village in memory of his Dad who was extremely patriotic and had a very high regard for our flag. The bench is in place for those wishing to sit and reflect.
Thanks to everyone for making this a very special part of Erie Village.