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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: 9 am - 7 pm

Saturday: 9 am - Noon

Closed on holidays

 

 


 

Sandy Bottom Beach Currently CLOSED For Swimming

 

As of July 15, 2018, Sandy Bottom Beach is closed for swimming until further notice, due to the presence of blue-green algae. Conditions may change based on wind and weather; please check back for updates. (Note: reopening of the beach is subject to testing and clearance by the NYS Department of Health.) Learn more about beach hours and pavilion rentals.


 


 

NOTICE: Sandy Bottom Nature Trail Closed

As of March 1st, 2018 the Nature Trail between Main Street and Sandy Bottom Beach is closed due to flood damage to the road and bridge. Please check back for updates.

 

 


Other News

 

  • Registration is now open for Richmond Summer Recreation programs! Join us during the month of July for youth activity days at Bristol Town Park and field trips for kids ages 5 to 13. Learn more and register. 


  • Our Senior Activity Survey is now completed. Thank you to all who participated! Check back in the next few weeks for survey results.

 

  • Honeoye Lake has been included in New York's $65M "State of the State Proposal" to combat algal blooms that threaten recreational use of lakes as well as drinking water. Honeoye was chosen as one of 12 priority waterbodies representing a wide range of conditions. Lessons learned from aggressively combatting harmful algal blooms will be applied to other impacted waterbodies. Learn more about the proposal.

 

  • A medication drop box at the Richmond Town Hall now offers safe disposal of unwanted pills. All medications will be collected by the Ontario County Sheriff's Office to be incinerated. The box is accessible during the Town Hall's normal business hours. Learn more.

 

  • Richmond residents can now renew dog licenses online. First-time licenses must be done in person or by mail. Learn more. 

 

  • The water main contractor for the East Lake Road water project (Randsco Pipeline) has completed all work associated with their contract. Randsco Pipeline is returning in the spring to perform restoration touch-up work, and will install water services for any homeowners that wish to connect to the public water supply but haven't yet done so. Please contact Monroe County Water Authority if you wish to have a water service installed in the spring, and are within the Shetler Road Water District Extension No. 1 (East Lake Road Water Project). For more information, visit the project page.

 

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

 

 

  • The Richmond Fire Department is in need of volunteer ambulance drivers. If you are interested, please call Rick Frost at (585) 455-2487.

 

 


 

Quick Click Information     

   

Community Bulletin Board - Public Services & Events

 

Community Fitness & Recreation Programs

 

Richmond Brush Pit Hours & Policies

 

Town Building Code

 

2018 Adopted Town Budget

 

2017 Tax Warrant

 

2017 Final Tax Assessment Roll

 

2018 Tentative Tax Assessment Roll

 

Annual Financial Report Fiscal Year 2016  

 

NYS Property Tax Assessment Grievance Forms

 

Ethics Committee Resource Listing for Residents

        

Well Water Testing Program for Ontario County Residents

 

Project Information (Water & Natural Gas Service)

 

Ontario County Soil & Water Conservation District Newsletter


 

 

 

 

 

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