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It will be held Saturday, July 18, 2015 at Edmund Lyon Park. Registration begins at 10am. In addition to the adult home run derby, there will one for kids, ages 10-12. There will be food and craft vendors, raffles prizes and children's activities. Cost to participate in game and derby is $40 (t-shirt included), derby only is $10, and kids derby is $5. Don't miss this fun summer family event. Proceeds benefit the East Rochester community youth sports programs by assisting families in need with registration costs. This event is sponsored by the Brenton Jacob Memorial Fund. For more information, contact us at bjmemorialfund [at] gmail.com. Please Like us on Facebook.
Feel free to print out an share our poster (PDF, 294.94 KB) which promotes our 3rd annual event!
The 2015 Tentative Assessment (PDF, 1.12 MB) is now available for review. The finalized roll will be made available once it is complete.
Now is the time to sign up for the 2015 Sam Urzetta Alumni Classic. This year's classic will include a golf scramble on two courses, on-course refreshments, prizes, raffles, gifts and a buffet lunch. For more details see our poster (PDF, 518.67 KB), flier (PDF, 290.85 KB) and entry form (PDF, 263.30 KB). You can also visit www.erschools.org/alumni.cfm for more details about the 2015 Sam Urzetta Alumni Classic.
Is your life affected by a loved one's drinking/drug use? Come and be supported by a community of teens just like you...
Alateen Meetings @ East Rochester Youth Activity Center
Every Tuesday from 4-5 pm, starting April 14th.
Bring yourself and your story to 317 Main St.
Any questions? Call: 585-586-1003
Wheels For Wishes is a car donation program benefiting Make-A-Wish® Western New York. We are proud to offer an easy way to recycle or donate unwanted cars, trucks, motorcycles, SUVs, RVs, or even boats, by turning them into a wish for a local child.
Visit our website to learn how easy it is to help.Read more »
The Village of East Rochester has in effect a law which provides an incentive to owners of multi-family dwellings for converting those structures to single-family usage.
There are several multi-family dwellings in the Village, generally rental property, which were originally built as single-family homes. The goal of the Village Board is to incent as many property owners as possible to return these homes to their original single-family use. The results should have positive benefits to our greater community. Restoring those homes to single-family use results in a more valuable piece of property. Single-family homes in the Village continue to appreciate in value, in most cases, at a higher rate than multi-family properties.
Please see our Deconversion Incentive page for more information and documentaion.Read more »
Beginning January 1, 2013, the Town/Village of East Rochester has instituted new collection rules pertaining to all electronic waste in order to comply with the new state wide electronic waste collecting law. As part of this new law, landfills will no longer be allowed to accept any electronic waste collected by the Town/Village of East Rochester at their disposal sites.Read more »
The Stormwater Coalition of Monroe County, established in 2000, has been taking efforts to reduce stormwater waste in our community. Learn what is being done in our communities to reduce stormwater pollution, including information about regulation, prevention programs and management plans.Read more »
In continuing with the Village's program of placing historical markers at significant places around town we would like to hear from you, our residents, on places that might be appropriate for such a marker. Please contact the Village Historian Jim Burlingame at 381-3023 with your ideas.
Walter Parce, a native of Fairport, was instrumental in founding the planned village of "Despatch" in 1897, which was named after its first major business. Learn more »
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East Rochester, New York 14445