Meeting Dates - 2nd Monday at 7:00 pm at the Pittsford Township Hall,
located at 12011 Hudson Rd. (intersection Hudson Rd & Waldron Rd).
The Hamlet of Pittsford came about in 1855 after the establishing in 1843 of the railroad between Toledo,Ohio and Elkhart,Indiana. Hiram Pratt and Elihu Hubbard built the first dwellings in the Hamlet. (Available about Oct. 2002 will be a complete history of "The Hamlet of Pittsford" thru the history pages of this web-site and the Pittsford Area School site). Pittsford was a good shipping point and the farmers found it a good place to sell their surplus. In 1875 Pittsford had four stores and many shops,churches, train depot, etc. In 1887 the Hamlet covered 24 acres of land and now is larger. The first school in Pittsford came about in late 1840s.
Pittsford itself is neither a city or a village but a collection of homes refered to as a hamlet. Homes within the hamlet of Pittsford are serviced by the Pittsford Sewer Sanitation system. In a joint venture with Jefferson Township a volunteer fire department operates to cover all of Jefferson and the western portion of Pittsford Township. Those living in the eastern portion of Pittsford Township are cover by the Hudson fire department.
Mailing Address : Pittsford Township
P.O. Box 211
Pittsford, MI 49271