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.
The Ontario Public Library, located in the Town Hall, is an integral part of the community providing contemporary and traditional services for residents of all ages. Residents and visitors are highly encouraged to visit the town offices and the Ontario Public Library at 1850 Ridge Road. Regular business hours are Monday-Friday, 9:00am - 4:00pm.
Town Board, Workshop, Planning and Zoning Meetings are all held in the Ontario Town Hall at 7:00 p.m, unless stated otherwise.
Parks and Rec Advisory Board Meetings are held at Casey Park at 6:30 p.m, unless stated otherwise.
Click the links to view the meeting agenda.
|October 8 (Columbus Day)||Town Board|
|October 15||Town Workshop|
|October 22||Town Board|
|October 24||Parks and Rec Advisory|
|Ontario Parks & Recreation Fall/Winter Brochure||Pay Here|
Local Information and Reports
Current Peddlar Permit Holders:
Heintzelmans Marinade Magic
Renewal by Anderson
TOWN OF ONTARIO HIGHWAY INFORMATION
2017 Lake Ontario Water Level Impact Survey Click here
LAKE ONTARIO RELIEF & RECOVERY
HOME OWNER RECOVERY PROGRAM INFORMATION
Lake Ontario Relief & Recovery
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.
Local debris companies that offer residential pick up include:
K&D Disposal, Town & Country Disposal, Big & Bigger Inc., and Lilac Disposal
Ontario Town Hall does not accept them.
All local Wegmans, Lowes & Tractor Supply locations take used household batteries.