Lawn mowing Bids for the 2014 season are due to the village by 4/18/14 @ 5:00PM



Newport Vol Fire Dept. 2nd annual chicken BBQ fundraiser and Open house Sunday April 27, 2014 from 11:00 AM to 3:00 PM 7370 main St. Newport Open house events: fire extinguisher training, apparatus display, door prizes, use a fire hose, membership drive.    Chicken BBQ includes 2 sides, roll and drink $10.00 each for pre sale tickets.  Visit WWW.newportFD.org or call 845-8129 for more info.


Kuyahoora Valley Rotary Club Auction Saturday May 3rd   9AM preview, Auction starts @ 10AM


 Village wide garage Sales May 16, 17, 18, 2014    (will include all of Rt 28 from Middleville to Poland)


Village Trash day Friday May 23, 2014 please have trash out Thursday evening.  Pick up will begin @ 5AM Friday Morning





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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, bed and breakfasts, 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.