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Comprehensive Plan Development Process

Comprehensive Plan Development Process

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The Town/Village of East Rochester is preparing to launch our Comprehensive Plan development process. The Comprehensive Plan is a 15 to 20-year roadmap, guiding decision making, resource allocation, and community development over that time horizon. The planning process will run approximately 12 months, and is guided by a steering committee of volunteers representing local businesses, the non-profit community, school district leadership, residents, and other key stakeholders.

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Flu Shot Clinic

Flu Shot Clinic

East Rochester Community Center Flu Clinic

East Rochester Community Center in conjunction with CDS RX is hosting a FREE Vaccine Clinic.

Location: 
317 Main Street, LL011
East Rochester, New York 14445

Date: November 27th
Time: 12p-2p

This event is FREE to attend and requires pre-registration. Please complete the form below to register and select which vaccines that you would like to receive.

To register, please contact Tasha Parrone at 585-385-3643.

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The Bandstand in the Park - History of a Landmark

The Bandstand in the Park - History of a Landmark

 For over 100 years the bandstand has had a special spot in Edmund Lyon Park—the first park created in our community.  Originally called Vanderbilt Park, the area was just a large vacant space.  Then, Kate Gleason purchased the property, and donated the land to the village.  With help from the village’s Department of Public Works crew and workers from the Gleason Works Company in Rochester, the area was transformed into a beautiful park.  In 1916, the park was formally dedicated, and at Kate Gleason’s request, it was named in honor of Edmund Lyon, one of the founders of our community.

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Board of Assessment Review (BAR) for the Town/Village of East Rochester

The Board of Assessment Review is a three-member board, appointed by the Mayor and approved by the Town/Village Board to a five-year term.  The three-member board serves without compensation.  The Board of Assessment Review’s sole purpose is to guarantee taxpayers’ rights by hearing real property complaints (grievances) and arriving at fair and impartial determinations regarding those complaints.  The Real Property Tax Law requires that members of the Board of Assessment Review have knowledge of property values in the assessing unit.  Members are required to disclose any direct or indirect interest they have in any property for which a complaint has been filed.  Each member of the BAR shall attend the required training, typically 2-3 hours once every term.  The training is provided by the Real Property Tax Director of Monroe County and covers the functions, duties, and responsibilities of the Board of Assessment Review.  Grievance hearings are held for at least four hours the first Tuesday of June.   

The Town/Village has a vacancy to fill for the 2024 Assessment Roll.  Interested individuals should send via email a letter of interest and general qualifications to: Martin G. D’Ambrose, Village Administrator at mdambrose@eastrochester.org

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Advent Tree Lighting

The Tree Lighting will be held on December 3rd, 4:00 pm. Held at the Verzella Gazebo in Edmund Lyon Park, 750 Main Street (location may change due to inclement weather) open to the public. Sponsored by the Association of Churches and supported by the Town/Village of East Rochester to kick off the Advent Season.

In the event of inclement weather the event will be moved to the Atrium of the Eyer Building. That decision will be made by noon and will be found here on the Town/Village web site.

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