43rd annual Newport Fire Dept Field Days August 5th, 6th & 7th

Friday 5th  Field opens @ 4:00 PM

5PM Fish Fry by Joise, 7PM Kuyahoora Kickers kick-off run, 7PM Music by Steel Woolf

Saturday 6th Field opens @ 9:00 AM

9-11 Breakfast, Ira Coffin co-ed softball all day, 9:30 lawn Tractor / ATV pulls, 12 Kiddie Parade @ Bordens Bay, 6PM Interstate Parade, 7Pm Music by Dubonnet, Fireworks @ dusk

Sunday 7th Filed open @  9:00AM

9-11 Breakfast, Ira Coffin Co-ed softball all day, 9:30 Antique Tractor pulls & show,  10 AM cornhole tournament, 12PM Chicken BBQ, noon till 3 music by Dougie Green

Rides and games all weekend by Empire Amusements

The black drop box at the village office is only for village business.  Anything for the Town needs to be dropped off @ the Town office located at the Town Barn


 If anyone has any information they would like to share on the Village's Web Site, please contact

 The Village Clerk: village_clerk@VillageofNewportNY.org


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Village Meetings

Welcome to the Village of Newport Web-site, we hope you find it not only informative but educational on the amazing area which we live. Village Board Meetings are held monthly on 3rd Monday 7:00pm @ firehouse, all are invited and encouraged to attend.

About the Village of Newport

 Incorporated in 1857, Village of Newport offers a variety of  public and private attractions. The village rest on the foothills of the Adirondacks and the beautiful shore of the West Canada Creek. It is located between the Village of  Poland and the Village of Middleville approximately 12 miles from Herkimer on Rt.28 and  16 miles from Utica.


The historic downtown is home to numerous shops, restaurants, pizza,  fresh produce and eggs, bank, post office, various other business  and golf can be enjoyed just a  mile away. 


Residents of this charming community live a lifestyle that many think no longer exists. Neighbors care about each other, values are important, and  there is a sense of real community.