|The Village of Spencerport|
|Location||West of Rochester, in the town of Ogden, Monroe County, New York||Village of Spencerport, Monroe County, New York|
|Geographical Area||1.4 sq. miles|
|Population||3,601 as of the 2010 census|
|Village Offices||Spencerport Village Offices|
|Wikipedia article||Spencerport, NY|
In 1804, Daniel Spencer bought a farm about 1½ miles (3 km) north of Ogden Center. When the Erie Canal opened, the farm, through which the canal passed at the Canawaugus Road, was sold to become the first village lots. As a port on the canal, the area was called Spencer's Basin and later changed to Spencerport.
On April 22, 1867 the New York State Legislature incorporated Spencerport as a Village and William Slayton was elected as its first mayor.
The village of Spencerport is located on the Erie Canal, and is nestled within Ogden and is North of Chili, South of Hilton/Parma, West of Gates, and East of Brockport.
The village also has an IGA.
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