The Town of Pittsford is located in the southeastern portion of Monroe County in upstate New York. Rochester is the closest metropolitan area and is approximately eight miles to the northwest. The town of Mendon lies to the south, the town of Perinton to the east, the towns of Henrietta and Brighton to the west, and the towns of Brighton and Penfield to the north.
Pittsford is an active commerce hub and has a variety of shopping opportunities within the Village, along Schoen Place, in Northfield Commons or down the Monroe Avenue corridor and Pittsford Plaza. Click here for a list of Pittsford businesses.
Enchanting. Warm and welcoming. You'll find charm wherever you turn in Pittsford. Our shops and restaurants are yours to enjoy. Immerse yourself in country elegance. The people are among the friendliest you'll meet anywhere. We invite you to discover Pittsford!
Pittsford is a dynamic community with an outstanding quality of life. Widely known for our beautiful scenery, rich history and strong sense of community, Pittsford also enjoys a reputation for excellent services, including a first rate educational system.
Pittsford is home to many of this region's historical firsts including the first doctor and first lawyer to practice in Monroe County, the first school, built in 1794, the first library, formed in 1803, and the first post office, established in 1811. For over 200 years, the community has retained much of the grace, pride and spirited independence of its New England roots.
Whatever your heart desires, Pittsford offers the ultimate shopping experience. Art and antiques, the lastest designer apparel, jewelry, home decor, gifts and everything in-between. Browse the boutiques in our historic village, the unique stores of the canal shopping district and visit Monroe Avenue for a great selection of national brands as well as the one-of-a-kind.
See snapshots of some of the beautiful sites around the Town of Pittsford including a wide array of architecture and history that Pittsford has to offer. Click HERE to view our photo gallery.
Click HERE for a printable brochure of the maps and businesses listed below.
Map of Pittsford - click on the maps below for larger pictures
Demographics . . . SOURCE: 2010 Census
Population: ... 29,405 (1,355 in village)
Number of Households: ... 10,341
Number of Families: ... 7,666
Median House Value: ... $183,100 *
Median Household Income: ... $88,232 *
Land Area: ... 23.2 Square Miles
( * SOURCE: 2000 Census)
Main Street • State Street
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With the historic Phoenix Hotel as backdrop, the village shopping experience is an inviting mix of traditional and trendy. Come stroll the tree-lined streets and delight at the fine selection of shops and wares. You'll find American folk art and antique treasures, sterling silver bangles and gemstone baubles, and clothing fashions from hip to classic to designer for tots, teens, men and women. Dress up your home or outfit yourself... Pittsford's historic village has something special in store for you!
Schoen Place • Northfield Common • N. Main Street
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Nestled along New York State's acclaimed Erie Canal, the shops and eateries in this area are connected by a picturesque towpath. Shoppers mingle with sight-seers and exercise buffs. It's a happy mix of visitors and hometown folks. The engaging view, combined with the unique assortment of shops, offers a one-of-a-kind treat. Venture to the canal district to find shelves brimming with custom crafts and collectibles, woodwork and topiary, keepsakes and gifts.
Pittsford Plaza • Colony Plaza • Spring House Commons
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Familiar national names and brands fit comfortably next to some of Pittsford's finest. One stop shopping is the trademark of Monroe Avenue, one of Monroe County's fastest growing and most successful retail areas. Bustling plazas offer convenient parking, great selection and value. Whether you're looking for sports equipment, apparel and shoes, gifts from around the world, craft and pet supplies, books, videos and music, pharmaceuticals, greeting cards, interior decor, or salons and spas...Monroe Avenue has it all.