News and Notices

Battery Moratorium Research Group Recruitment

Battery Moratorium Research Work Group is being formed. We would like to recruit members with many different perspectives such as: NYS Department of Labor/OSHA; Solar/wind installation installers; RIT Sustainability College; engineers, business owners, and others interested in this topic.  Anyone interested in being a part of this Work Group, please contact Councilwoman Amber Corbin, email: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or Phone: 585-732-1524.  The charge of the committee can be found here


Comprehensive Plan Resources and Reports

November 18, 2020: The Comprehensive Plan Resource Committee is just starting their work. The Committee is composed of interested citizens who are working together to research, survey, update data;  review  reports and studies that have been conducted during the past 10 years, as well as revisit our last town-wide Comprehensive Plan that was authorized by the Town Board in 1993.  Committee members are offering to do the preliminary research and investigation to assist the Town Board and Town Planning Board that will be authorized to develop the actual plan for citizen review and input. All who would like to contribute time, energy and expertise to this effort are encouraged to participate. The committee is facilitated by Deputy Town Supervisor Victoria Mosetti who can be reached at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

The following reports are currently being reviewed:

2010 Comprehensive Plan

2012 Farmland Protection Plan

2016 Recreation and Agricultural Citizens Committee (Presentation)

2016 Recreation and Agricultural Citizens Committee (Report)

2016 Energy Advisory Committee Presentation

2016 Energy Advisory Committee Final Report and Recommendations

2017 Rush Hamlet Charrette Report


2021 Adopted Budget




2020 Final Tax Roll


COVID-19 Testing

COVID-19 Testing: If you know of anyone who has the virus symptoms or is classified as an essential worker, please encourage them to make an appointment to be tested at Monroe Community College, or the Hudson Avenue Walmart.  The test is free. You must call for an appointment at 1-888-364-3065.


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