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  1850 Ridge Rd., Ontario, NY 14519   (315) 524-7105 Welcome
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.

Your Town Clerk's Office is an authorized retailer of E-Z Passes for only $25.
Town Board
2014 Final Assessment Roll
Town Code
Meeting Minutes
Town GIS Map
Comprehensive Plan
County Tax Search


Town Calendar See full calendar


November 3

November 5
Town Board Meeting 7pm *Budget Discussion*

Zoning Board of Appeals 7pm
November 10 Town Board Meeting 7pm
November 12 Planning Board Meeting 7pm
*Rescheduled due to holiday, originally 11/11*
November 17 Town Workshop Meeting 7pm
November 19 Watershed Meeting 2pm
November 24 Town Board Meeting 7pm
December 3 Zoning Board of Appeals 7pm
December 8 Town Board Meeting 7pm

Budget Schedule for 2015 Budget

Preliminary Budget 
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Monthly Board Reports by Department

View department board reports from Town Board Meetings without having to scroll through past agendas. Reports are posted Tuesday's following the meeting. Archived January 2013 to present.
2013 Audit   Financial Executive Letter
2014 Adopted Budget
MS4 Annual Report for Public View
Comptroller's 2013 Audit
Correction Action Plan
Monthly Report of Tickets
Issued in Ontario
 
Invasive Species in Western NY
Wayne County Soil & Water Conservation District

American Legion
Town Hall Renovations
Pest Control Information - For Landlords
Pest Control Information

Wayne Community Health Center
 

WHAT'S HAPPENING IN ONTARIO 



Wayne County Office of the Sheriff

Barry Virts, Sheriff

Press Release

October 27, 2014

Halloween Safety – Protect Your Family!

OffenderWatch® mapping and notification aids you in avoiding potentially dangerous homes.

In Wayne County there are approximately 325 registered sex offenders, and we want you to know where they reside so that you avoid those houses when trick-or-treating.  You are encouraged to check any addresses where they or their family spend time. The mapping and address feature found on the website pinpoints where an offender lives.

You will also find many other beneficial tools such as the ability to sign up for FREE automatic email notifications informing you if an offender moves within a specified radius of any address you register.  If you aren’t planning on trick-or-treating in your neighborhood, but will be in a different neighborhood, register that address beforehand so you know which houses to avoid. You can register any and all addresses where your children spend time; for example: friends', grandparents', or babysitters' addresses. The alerts are in real-time and sent out via e-mail as soon as a new offender has registered with the Sheriff’s Office/Police Departments. The benefit of registering for this free confidential e-mail alert service is that it allows the monitoring of important addresses for you, thereby keeping you up-to- date of newly registered offenders and making it unnecessary for you to have to check important addresses daily or even weekly.

The website for Wayne County is www.waynecosheriff.org. Go to the website, click on the link “Sex Offender Listing”, then “Search for Offenders, in your Area” and follow the instructions to search.  Then click "register for email alerts” to sign up to receive FREE e-mail alerts about nearby offenders.

Sheriff Barry Virts encourages everyone to have a fun and safe Halloween. Knowledge is power and knowing where the registered sex offenders reside in your area can help you make the best choices for safe and enjoyable Halloween activities.


October 14, 2014 - Town of Ontario welcomes Advance Auto at the corner of Knickerbocker & RT 104. Stop in and meet the staff.


 



October 27, 2014 - Pipe lining of culvert under Ontario Center Road just north of Brick Church Road. Burrows Brothers will be lining the main pipe and adding hydraulic grout. Weather permitting work should be completed by October 31st.





Check out the article written on September 5, 2014 in the Rochester Business Journal 'Engineering The Future For Ginna Plant'



Looking to recycle your old batteries?

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

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Ontario-Wayne Stormwater Coalition Summer Newsletter

Loan Closet Information


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2013 Annual Drinking Water Quality Report

State and Federal Officials (Address & Phone numbers)

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Town of Ontario Historical and Landmark Preservation Society

 

7147 Ontario Center Road, P.O. Box 462

Ontario, New York 14519 – 0462

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 “LOOK US UP “IN THE LOBBY @ THE TOWN HALL/PUBLIC LIBRARY

Be sure to “Look Up” at the Spinning Wheel, Yarn Winder & Quilt Display in the east corner/upper lobby and at the metal Toy Allis-Chalmers’ Tractor/Wagon & the Old Style Baby Carriage on the beams.

A coverlet has joined the existing 2007 Town Bicentennial Quilt from

 the Ontario Quilter’s Society on the upper north lobby wall.

View the framed building photos at Heritage Square in the “Corridor Gallery” at the town hall meeting room.

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