Town Of Richmond

Welcome to the Hamlet of Honeoye

Located on Honeoye Lake,

in the Western Finger Lakes Region of Upstate New York





Our Honeoye Community Gazebo is home to many community events. Plantings are maintained courtesy of the Lake Country Garden Club volunteers. The gazebo was refinished by volunteers from the Honeoye American Legion Post.



Town Hall Hours

Mon - Fri  9 am - 4 pm

Thurs till   7 pm

Saturday  9 am - Noon



**21st Annual Roadside Cleanup Day: April 18th, 2015**

It's time to welcome spring! Join your neighbors at the United Church of Christ for a free breakfast and a community cleanup day. Learn more.



Legal Notice

The Town of Richmond is accepting sealed bids for one (1) current year, new, unused 4wd tractor. Bid specifications can be picked up at the Richmond Town Clerk’s office, 8690 Main St., Honeoye, NY 14471, during regular business hours as listed above.


Sealed bids must be returned by 10:00 am, Monday, May 11, 2015 for bid opening at the Richmond Town Hall, 8690 Main St., Honeoye, N.Y. 14471. Bids will be approved at next Town Board Meeting on Tuesday, May 12th at 7:00 pm. The Town reserves the right to accept or reject any or all bids.



Request for Proposals (RFP)

The Town of Richmond makes it known that it is accepting proposals from any interested person(s) or entity to submit a Proposal to operate a food vending service at Sandy Bottom Park for the 2015 summer season.

The Proposal shall be consistent with the operating season and hours of Sandy Bottom Park. All Proposals shall provide for:

  • Adequate insurance coverage and proof thereof
  • Compliance with all Health department standards, guidelines, and requirements.
  • A detailed business plan fully describing all aspects of the manner in which the applicant intends to run the Concession.
    • Hours of Operation
    • Menu
    • Pricing


All proposals must be received by close of business on Friday, May 8, 2015. Proposals may be submitted by one of the following methods:

  • In person to Town of Richmond, 8690 Main St., Honeoye, NY 14471.
  • By mail to Richmond Town Clerk, PO Box 145, Honeoye, NY 14471.

By Order of the Richmond Town Board




Attention: Town of Richmond Residents

The Town of Richmond is seeking community-minded residents to fill several board positions:


  • One (1) vacancy for the position of secretary to the Zoning Board of Appeals.


  • Two (2) five-year vacancies on the Board of Assessment Review. A general knowledge of Real Estate and familiarity of the Town is helpful.


Please send letters of interest to:

Town of Richmond

Town Clerk

P.O. Box 145

Honeoye, NY 14471

Or by email to:



Other News:



  • The HVA is looking for volunteers to help protect Honeoye Lake from invasive species such as hydrilla weed. Learn about a grant that will help to educate boaters during the 2015 season, and how you can help to support this effort.


  • The Richmond Town Planning Board is seeking nominations for the 8th Annual Community Beautification Award. Nomination forms and award guidelines are available at the Richmond Town Hall, Honeoye Public Library and Allens Hill Library. Nominations will be accepted through May 1, 2015. Learn more.



  • South Trail at Sandy Bottom Park is now open to foot traffic. Other Nature Trail bridges and boardwalks remain closed until further notice.


  • The Richmond Fire Department is in need of volunteer ambulance drivers. If you are interested, please call Fire Chief Ken Adami at (585) 738-9146.



Quick Click Information     


Community Bulletin Board - Public Services & Events


Ontario County Soil & Water Conservation District Newsletter - Fall 2014


Red Cross Citizen Preparedness Training


Well Water Testing Program for Ontario County Residents


Free Drinking Water


Annual Financial Report Fiscal Year 2014 


2015 Adopted Town Budget


2014 Final Tax Assessment Roll


2014 Tax Warrant


NYS Property Tax Assessment Grievance Forms


Ethics Committee Resource Listing for Residents


Town Building Code


Finger Lakes Land Trust: The Launt-White Conservation Project







Honeoye Lake as seen from Harriet Hollister Spencer Park.
Richmond Town Hall