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Village of East Rochester
News about what’s going on in East Rochester can be accessed here. The village is governed by four trustees and Mayor Fred Ricci.
Located at 317 Main Street, Eyer Building
(585) 586-3553

East Rochester Union Free School District
Located at 222 Woodbine Avenue
(585) 248-6302

East Rochester Volunteer Fire Department
Located at 415 Main Street
(585) 381-1112

East Rochester Volunteer Ambulance Corps
The oldest, continuously active, independent and entirely volunteer ambulance corps in New York State. Their loan cupboard has canes, crutches, wheelchairs, hospital beds, portable commodes, shower chairs, walkers, and quad canes available.
Located at 254 West Ivy Street
(585) 586-5723

East Rochester Department of Local History
Special collections include biographies on early pioneers, Kate Gleason, histories on early organizations, local industries, schools, churches, and early government. The department also has newspapers spanning over 60 years, East Rochester High School yearbooks since the late 1920’s, over 5,000 photographs, and 200 books.
Located at 317 Main Street, Eyer Building
(585) 381-3023.
Hours of operation are M-F 9 -12 noon, Sat. 10 – 1.

Special thanks to Vintage Views for use of the early East Rochester image. Visit this site for more vintage postcards and specifically for images of East Rochester.

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Town/Village of East Rochester
317 Main Street
East Rochester, New York 14445

: (585) 586-3553 | : (585) 419-8282

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About East Rochester

East Rochester was originally called Despatch because of its proximity to the railroad. The word came from the name of the first major company to locate here...

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