BROCKPORT, N.Y. -- The Brockport Volunteer Ambulance Corps announced Tuesday that it will no longer provide primary ambulance service to the Village of Brockport and secondary service to the towns of Clarkson and Sweden.

In a published statement, the agency cited multiple reasons for ceasing operations, including limited call volume, reduced revenue, a need to relocate to a new base of operations and a limited number of volunteers.

Officials say that with constriction of payments received from insurers and increased overall expenses, the agency could no longer provide 24/7 support. 

In the agency's absence, Monroe Ambulance will provide primary ambulance service for residents when dialing 911.