COVID-19 Vaccine Eligibility Updates

COVID-19 Vaccine Eligibility Updates

A reminder - as of Tuesday April 6th, all New Yorkers 16 years of age or older are now eligible to receive their COVID-19 vaccine.

In Monroe County, 178,787 people have completed their vaccine series, and 278,313 people have received at least one vaccine dose. If you have not yet scheduled or received your first vaccine dose, please use the links below to make an appointment.

Scheduling vaccine appointments for eligible individuals at the State and County-run sites can be done either on the NYS "Am I Eligible?" website or the Monroe County Vaccine Information website. Appointments can also be made at NYS clinics (like the Dome Arena) by calling 1-833-697-4829 from 7 am - 10 pm daily. The Finger Lakes Vaccination hub has set up a useful website that provides an overlay of all available vaccination locations in the area.

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«February 2024»

East Rochester Sidewalk Construction & Replacement Program

On Tuesday February 27th, 2024 the Town/Village of East Rochester and MRB Group will 
be hosting an informal Public Information Meeting. The meeting is open to residents to stop 
in at any time between 5:30pm to 8:00pm to ask questions with regards to the scope of the 

The meeting will be held in the Jean Daniel Community Center located on the 1st floor 
of the Eyer Building (317 Main Street, East Rochester, NY 14445). 

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What's Cooking? ER's Cookbooks: A Lesson in History

What's Cooking? ER's Cookbooks: A Lesson in History

In December, a new cookbook was added to the collection in the Local History Room -Centanni! – St. Nicholas Society Celebrates 100 Years of Italian-American Food, Family and Community. With over 250 photos and about 180 recipes, the book honors the Italian-American heritage in East Rochester. The book serves to remind us that each cookbook in our collection helps us understand the culture of our community, the commodities that were for sale as noted in the advertisements in some of the books, and the markets where foods were sold.

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