The 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
The Parks and Recreation Summer Program Announcement is now onlinesummer brochure News Archives - View past featured articles on our website.  Music in the Park continues throughout the summer. Join us at Casey Park on July 21 at 7 pm for Mr. Mustard, a local Beatles tribute band
Bring a lawn chair and enjoy!
 
View Town Calendar *Updated Town Events*




Meeting Minutes

Monthly Board Reports by Department (Jan 2013-present)

July 25 Town Board Meeting 7pm
August 3 Zoning Board Meeting 7pm
August 8 Town Board Meeting 7pm
August 9 Planning Board Meeting 7:30pm
August 15 Town Board Workshop 7pm
August 22 Town Board Meeting 7pm
Town Code 2016 Tentative Budget

LOCAL INFORMATION AND REPORTS

Joint Storage Tank Study

Water Billing Practices FINAL report

Camden Preliminary Water Report

2016 Final Assessment Roll
2015 Annual Water Quality Report
2014 MS4 Annual Report
County Tax Search
Town GIS Map
Comprehensive Plan
Wayne County Soil & Water Conservation District
Tickets issued in Ontario

Corrective Action Plan for Building Department
& Letter sent to Ms. Deborah Babbitt - Henry

Ginna Pilot Agreement (added 3/19/2015)

 

 CLICK HERE FOR 2016 SCHEDULED ROAD WORK BY THE ONTARIO HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT

 

We are expecting to Oil & Stone on Tuesday, July 5th and Wednesday, July 6th

           NYS DOT is Milling the North intersection at Rt. 104 and Furnace Road. They anticipate the area to be paved within the next two weeks.

The Wayne County Highway department is scheduled to do the repairs to the South intersection at Rt. 104 and Furnace Road.  

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Proposed Playground Replacement at Casey Park

 
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Check out the road recycling on Lakeside (Video will open in separate window)
 
 

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Solar Power coming to Ontario, NY.  Click here to view the location.


Click here to view the Request for Proposal.

 

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LOOKING TO GET RID OF HOUSEHOLD TRASH & RECYCLING?

K&D Disposal offers residential garbage & recycling drop off in Ontario at the Highway Barns, 6449 Furnace Road.

Saturdays 8:00am - 12pm     ~     $0.10/LB

 

For all other debris (construction related, appliances, etc.), Alpco in Macedon is open 7 days a week.

846 Macedon Center Road Macedon, NY 14502

M-F 7am-5pm

S-S 9am-4pm

Local debris companies that offer residential pick up include:

K&D Disposal, Town & Country Disposal, Big & Bigger Inc., and Lilac Disposal

Looking to recycle your old batteries?

Ontario Town Hall does not accept them.
All local Wegmans, Lowes & Tractor Supply locations take used household batteries.

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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 report 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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