[HISTORY: Adopted by the Board of Trustees of the Village of Liverpool 6-23-1980 (Ch. 11 of the 1987 Code). Amendments noted where applicable.]
The Board of Trustees of the Village of Liverpool, New York, officially adopts the logo as presented herewith, along with the historical description of said logo which has been duly presented to the Liverpool Village Clerk, as the Official Emblem of the Village of Liverpool, New York.
The design was created to commemorate the 150th anniversary of the founding of the Village on April 20, 1830. Pictured on the Emblem are activities fundamental to the early economic life of Liverpool: It was a shipping center, and a packet boat approaches the bridge spanning the Oswego Branch, Erie Canal, at the foot of Sycamore Street, possibly carrying salt, barrels, willow baskets, agricultural products and people. On the right, a workman tends salt pots, and another drives a wagonload of willow baskets. An outline of the Village corporate limits is seen in the right background. (Description by Ione C. Masters; design by Linda Cornacchione and Ken Nichols, A & E Design, Liverpool, New York.)