Welcome to the Village of Bloomfield

East Bloomfield was formed in 1789 as part of the Phelps and Gorham Purchase and the township of East Bloomfield was defined in 1833. The Village of Bloomfield was incorporated on June 1, 1990 as the result of the consolidation of the two Villages of East Bloomfield and Holcomb which had previously existed side by side since 1917. Bloomfield is a picturesque New England style community on Routes 5&20 with beautiful old churches, monuments, century old trees and a village green. According to the 2000 census, the population was 1,267 in a total Town of East Bloomfield population of 3,361.

The Village of Bloomfield is very proud of its historic district. A walking tour of the Village showcases Elton Park and forty eight historic buildings which include four churches, a parsonage, many residences and the East Bloomfield Academy. The buildings date back to as early as 1794 with the majority of homes built in the mid 1800's. The historic theme of the Village is further supported by the local antique shops in the area located on Routes 5&20 and Wheeler Station Road.

 


Village Office
12 Main Street / PO Box 459
Bloomfield, NY USA 14469-0459
(585) 657-7554

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