ⓘ Scottsville, New York

                                     

ⓘ Scottsville, New York

Scottsville is a village in southwestern Monroe County, New York, United States, and is in the northeastern part of the Town of Wheatland. The population was 2.001 at the 2010 census. The village is named after an early settler, Isaac Scott. Most Scottsvillians work in and around the city of Rochester, New York - the village of Scottsville is located about a ten-minute drive from the outer limits of the city.

                                     
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  • Wheatland, is a historic Presbyterian church located at Scottsville in Monroe County, New York It is a mid - 19th - century vernacular Romanesque Revival style
  • Grace Church is a historic Episcopal church located at Scottsville in Monroe County, New York The church was designed by noted Rochester architect Harvey
  • section of modern NY 251 near Scottsville was part of Route 15, an unsigned legislative route assigned by the New York State Legislature. The first portion
  • of Route 15 between Mumford and Scottsville became part of NY 253 in the 1930 renumbering of state highways in New York This section of NY 253 was replaced
  • The Scottsville Free Library, located at 28 Main Street in the village of Scottsville New York with a small branch at 883 George Street in Mumford
  • southern terminus is at an intersection with NY 383 in the village of Scottsville The northern end of the highway is located at a junction with NY 104
  • village of Scottsville Its eastern terminus is at NY 65 in the town of Pittsford. NY 253 meets Interstate 390 I - 390 and connects to the New York State Thruway
  • highways in New York NY 35 was extended northeastward to the hamlet of Ontario Center by way of downtown Rochester. Between Canawaugus and Scottsville NY 35
  • Wheatland, Monroe County, New York a brief sketch of its history. Scottsville N.Y.: I. Van Hooser. Retrieved 2013 - 11 - 11. Scottsville Free Library website