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: 9 am - 7 pm
Saturday: 9 am - Noon
Closed on holidays
NOTICE OF PUBLIC COMMENT PERIOD
The Richmond Zoning Board of Appeals announces an open written public comment period for residents, agencies, and other interested parties to submit their comments regarding the following:
Abundant Solar Power, Inc. for the property owned by Chris Development LLC located at State Route 20A in the Town of Richmond, Tax Map #135.00-2-43.11 in the G District (Commercial Light Industrial). Applicant seeks to install a 5.0 MW-AC solar farm on the eastern portion of the approximately 77.0-acre vacant commercial property for a total project area of 42.0-acres. Zoning Code 200-50: Antennas, towers, windmills, solar energy systems.
THE WRITTEN PUBLIC COMMENT PERIOD IS NOW OPEN AND WILL CLOSE AT 5:00 PM ON MONDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 2019. During this period, written comments will be accepted at the Richmond Town Hall at 8690 Main Street in Honeoye, NY 14471, or can be mailed to:
JOHN MORSHEIMER, CHAIRMAN
ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS
TOWN OF RICHMOND
PO BOX 145
HONEOYE, NEW YORK 14471
Richmond's Comprehensive Plan
Review Committee has scheduled the following meetings dates through the
end of 2019. All meetings are open to the public and will take place at
the Richmond Town Hall. Learn more about the committee's work.
September 30, 2019 - 5 pm
October 14, 2019 - 5 pm
October 28, 2019 - 5 pm
November 4, 2019 - 5 pm
November 18, 2019 - 5 pm
December 2, 2019 - 5 pm
December 16, 2019 - 5 pm
HONEOYE HAMLET ACTIVE TRANSPORTATION STUDY - PUBLIC OPEN HOUSE
The Honeoye Hamlet is developing an active transportation/land use plan to improve Main Street appearance, pedestrian and bicycle circulation, parking management, and safety within the Hamlet. The study will also seek to improve accessibility to services, recreational and adjacent amenities, trails, and population centers.
WE WANT YOUR INPUT!
• Biking and walking infrastructure
• Connections to destinations
• Speed management
• Economic development
• Main Street appearance
This is an informal setting, so drop by at any point. Light refreshments will be provided!
The Town of Richmond is seeking a part time clerk in the Assessor’s office. Competitive pay and flexible hours. This job requires a person to have experience working with the public. Learn more and apply.
BECOME A CENSUS TAKER AND GET PAID TO HELP YOUR COMMUNITY
The U.S. Census Bureau is now hiring field workers for the 2020 census. Learn how you can help collect important data that will determine your state's representation in Congress, as well as how funds are spent in your community on things like roads, schools, and hospitals. (Note: these positions are filled through the Census Bureau and are not affiliated with the Town of Richmond.)
The North Bridge on Sunset Trail in Sandy Bottom Park is closed until further notice, due to damage from a fallen tree. Please check back for updates.
MILL CREEK HABITAT RESTORATION & BANK STABILIZATION
In spring 2019, the Town of Richmond partnered with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and Ontario County Soil & Water Conservation District to implement a
stream restoration project along Mill Creek within Sandy Bottom Park.
This restoration project was designed to significantly reduce sediment inputs,
improve aquatic functions, and reduce the potential threats to private
residential homes and public infrastructure. By using nature-based design
structures like toewood and stream rock structure, this project
stabilized eroding banks while providing improved fish habitat.
Seneca Park Zoo's 2018 Environmental Innovation Award in
the Civic/Nonprofit category was awarded to the Honeoye Inlet
Restoration Partnership, a consortium of stakeholders including the
Nature Conservancy, U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, Finger Lakes
Community College, NYSDEC, Ontario County Soil & Water Conservation
District and the Honeoye Lake Watershed Task Force. The inlet
restoration project uses natural solutions to reduce nutrients entering
Honeoye Lake by 30% annually, decreasing one key factor that contributes
to algae blooms. Learn more.
NOW REGISTERING GRADES 3-8 FOR OUR WINTER SKI PROGRAM AT BRISTOL MOUNTAIN! (Open to ages 8+.) Runs Tuesdays after school in January, with bus transportation to and from HCS provided. Ski passes must be purchased directly from Bristol; reduced rates available for parents and guardians. Hurry, waivers and $35 bus fee due to Richmond Rec by November 15th and ski pass rates increase after this date! Download a registration form and purchasing instructions.
FALL HOURS: The fitness room at Honeoye Central School is now reopen to the community through Richmond Recreation. Community fitness room hours are Monday through Thursday, from 5:30 to 8:00 pm. (Follow the HCS calendar for holidays and closures.) Learn more and view pricing.
FALL HOURS: The Honeoye-Richmond Historical Society Museum at the rear of the Town Hall is now open the first Saturday of each month, from 9:30 to 11:30 am.Tours are available by appointment. Summer hours will begin on Memorial Day. Learn more.
NOW UNDERWAY: The Honeoye Hamlet Active Transportation Study is a $79,000 grant-funded program that will review the needs to improve traffic, pedestrian safety, bicycle use, street eye appeal and many other aspects of our Main Street. Learn more about this multi-agency study.
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