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Welcome to the Hamlet of Honeoye

Located on Honeoye Lake,

in the Western Finger Lakes Region of Upstate New York

 

 

 

Gazebo125

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**

 

Independence Day Banner

 

The Town of Richmond's Memorial Day Parade will be held on Monday, May 30, 2016 at 11 am on Main Street in Honeoye. The procession will begin at the United Church of Christ and end at the Honeoye Community Gazebo in front of the Town Hall, with a Memorial Day service to follow.

 

*The Richmond Town Hall will be closed on Monday, May 30th in observance of Memorial Day.

 

**The Richmond Town Clerk's Office will be closed on Saturday, June 4th.

 


Public Notices


NOTICE PURSUANT TO LOCAL FINANCE LAW SECTION 81.00

 

A supplemental bond resolution was adopted on April 12, 2016, authorizing general obligation bonds of the Town of Richmond to finance water system capital improvements within the town, authorizing the issuance of bond anticipation notes. View the full estoppel notice.  

 

 


Board Openings & Employment

 

PT ROADSIDE MOWER 

 

The Town of Richmond's Highway Department is accepting applications through March 31 for a part-time roadside mowing person. Applications may be picked up and returned at the Richmond Town Clerk's Office. Learn more.

 

OPEN POSITIONS

 

The Town of Richmond is accepting applications for the following Open Positions:

 

  1. Zoning Board of Appeals Member / 5-year term
  2. Alternate Zoning Board Member / 5-year term
  3. Planning Board Member / 5-year term

 

Please submit letters of interest to:

 

Richmond Town Clerk

P.O. Box 145

Honeoye, NY 

 

Or by email to: tcrich2@gmailcom

 



Other News

 

  • Are you a senior 60 years or older? Make plans to enjoy a meal and friendship at the Community Dining Program, beginning February 2nd, 2016 at the United Church of Christ. Sponsored by the Ontario County Office for the Aging, this program offers hot, nutritious meals at no cost to seniors in a community setting. Learn more and view the February menu.


  • Do you have a stream on your property? You may be eligible for free trees and shrubs through the Genesee River Basin Trees for Tribs Program. By encouraging residents in the Honeoye Creek subwatershed to plant new vegetation, the program helps to prevent erosion, filter sediment before runoff enters streams, and protect fish and wildlife. Learn more and apply for free trees.

 

  • The Honeoye-Richmond Historical Society Museum, located at the rear of the Town Hall, is currently open to the public on the first Saturday of each month, from 9:30 to 11:30 am. Summer hours begin on Memorial Day. For information on scheduling a tour or requesting historical records, visit the Historian's page.

 

  • Are you getting the Internet speeds you are paying for? The Office of the New York State Attorney General is investigating consumer Internet speeds. New Yorkers are encouraged to test their own broadband speed at home, and submit the test results to the AG. Learn how.

 

 

  • 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

 

Project Information (Water & Natural Gas Service)

 

Ontario County Soil & Water Conservation District Newsletter

 

Well Water Testing Program for Ontario County Residents

 

2016 Adopted Town Budget

 

2016 Tax Warrant

 

2016 Tentative Tax Assessment Roll

 

Annual Financial Report Fiscal Year 2015  

 

NYS Property Tax Assessment Grievance Forms

 

Ethics Committee Resource Listing for Residents

         

Town Building Code

 

Richmond Brush Pit Hours & Policies

 

Community Fitness & Recreation Programs

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