Town of Ontario is located in Wayne County on the southern shore
of Lake Ontario, fifteen miles east of the City of Rochester. It
is home to a population of 10,000 as well as the Ginna Nuclear Power
Plant and a rapidly developing industrial park. Ontario is
ideal for those who seek a high quality of life and value
the many benefits of a friendly, close-knit community. The
town proudly supports and maintains three major parks: Casey
Park, Bear Creek Harbor at Thompson Park, and the Ontario
Center Greenway Park. The Wayne Central School District
serves the majority of the community, providing excellent
academic opportunities to students in grades K-12.
Residents and visitors are encouraged to visit town offices
(Monday-Friday, 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM) and the Public Library at
1850 Ridge Road.
Have suggestions or comments for the 2016 Town Budget? Email
Office will be starting road work the week
of September 28th and will continue to do so
over the next several weeks. They will
be driving a town marked vehicle, taking
pictures. Data will be collected from the
roadside, no entry on properties will be
Check out the road recycling on Lakeside
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Plan to attend the Citizen Preparedness Training Program
at Casey Park 10/5/15
coming to Ontario, NY.
Click here to view the location.
Click here to view the Request for Proposal.
LOOKING TO GET RID
OF HOUSEHOLD TRASH &
K&D Disposal offers residential garbage &
recycling drop off in Ontario at the Highway
Barns, 6449 Furnace Road.
Saturdays 8:00am - 12pm
For all other debris (construction related,
in Macedon is open 7 days a week.
846 Macedon Center Road Macedon, NY 14502
Local debris companies that
offer residential pick up
K&D Disposal, Town &
Country Disposal, Big & Bigger
Looking to recycle your old
Ontario Town Hall
All local Wegmans & Lowes
locations take used
The NYS Department of State, Division of
Building Standards & Codes, completed an
audit/program review of Ontario's code
enforcement program. Ms. Deborah J.
Babbit-Henry, Code Compliance Specialist for
NYS presented her
to the Town Board
at its regular meeting on November 10, 2014.
The Town Board has begun a thorough review
of the oversight findings and is preparing a
way forward to ensure quality code
enforcement for our community.
John Smith, Town Supervisor
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