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NOTICE OF NEXT BOARD MEETING
The Farmington Town Board meets at the Town Hall, 1000 County Road 8 in Farmington.The next regular meeting is Tuesday June 28 , at 7 pm. Draft agendas and resolutions are generally posted on this site the Friday before each Town Board meeting.
Planning Board and Zoning Board agendas are normally available one week prior to the meeting date. Meetings start at 7pm unless other wise listed on the Town calendar.
For information about an agenda item, contact the Supervisor Office at (315) 986-8193.
In compliance with a new New York State law, the Town of Farmington has started posting resolutions to be considered by various boards prior to meeting dates. Now citizens will have the opportunity to see what their local government is considering in advance of a vote. The resolutions, whenever possible, will be posted at least one business day prior to a meeting; they will be in draft form and are subject to change. To see the Town Board's resolutions, click "Meetings/Agendas/Minutes" to the left on this page.
Boom Town Census numbers show Farmington is among the fastest growing communities in the region, with a population increase of over 1,200 in 10 years. New data indicates that between the 2010 census and the end of 2014 Farmington's population grew a whopping 8%. Click on the above link to learn more.
How to reach us
The Town of Farmington has recently changed telephone and Internet service providers, taking advantage of fiberoptic technology. Because of the change some town departments now have new e-mail addresses. What follows are the main departmental addresses:
Click on the above link to view the flyer produced by the New York State Sheriff's Association. In an emergency time is of the essence review the information and take action if appropriate.
Farmington Fire Works
Sunday July 3rd
1000 County Road 8 Town Park
Come on over to the Town Park Entertainment, Food and displays starting at 6 pm fire works at dusk.
Farmington Adult Travel Club August 10
Farmington 55+Adult Travel Club
Mail Boat Cruise
When: Wednesday, August 10, 2016
Departure Time: 8:30 AM
Return Time: 5:30 PM
Departure: Canandaigua Exit 44 Park and Ride
Cost: The Rate is per person Farmington Residents
ONLY 20 SEATS- Please register at Town Hall to ensure a spot
REGISTRATION BY Thursday, June 30, 2016
Passage on the traditional mail boat that delivers mail to the summer residents along the 32-mile Skaneateles Lake shoreline. Sit-down luncheon at the historic Sherwood Inn, free time in the village. Pirates Day!! Walking required. MEAL CHOICE: Baked Scrod, Chicken French or Yankee Pot Roast
Make checks payable to Town of Farmington
Welcome to our Web site!
This is the official Web site for the town of Farmington, New York, the gateway to the beautiful Finger Lakes Region. Located on the state Thruway, the town is home to roughly 11,000 residents and boasts miles of rolling hills and farmland as well as a growing commercial hub, mostly centered on the community's major highways, Routes 96 and 332. This site contains information about the town's many assets as well as information about local government contacts and happenings. Can't find needed information? Call the Town Hall at (315) 986-8182.
Beaver Creek Recreational Park Planned
Farmington is in the planning stages for a new park located in the Auburn Meadows / Estates of Beaver Creek subdivision. Tuesday August 18th the Parklands Advisory committee walked the property with other residents, reviewed the three concept maps in relation to the topography and asked questions of the consultants. To view the revised concept maps of sections 1-7 go to the tab Park Planning Advisory Committee at this web site or
Notice of Public Informational Meeting for the Town of Farmington’s Auburn Trail Connector Project
The Town of Farmington’s Auburn Trail Connector Project is currently being designed and is slated for construction in 2017. A Public Informational Meeting was held on Thursday, February 25, 2016. The meeting consisted of a presentation by the design team explaining the details of the project followed by additional time to review the displays and talk with the team and Town representatives.
The project involves the construction of a three mile long multi-use trail that will provide a bicycle and pedestrian connection between the existing Auburn Trail, that currently ends at County Road 41, and five neighborhoods located in the towns of Canandaigua and Farmington (e.g. Farmbrook, Auburn Meadows, The Estates @ Beaver Creek, Farmington Grove and Stable Gate).
This project is Phase I of a 9 mile trail that will eventually link with the Ontario Pathways Trail located in the City of Canandaigua. This phase of the trail project will construct trail segments along the abandoned railroad bed located between County Road 41 and State Route 332, along the west side of Route 332 from just north of Mountain Ash Drive to Canandaigua-Farmington Town Line Road, and along the south side of Canandaigua-Farmington Town Line Road from Route 332 to just east of Stablegate Drive. Trail spurs will also be constructed connecting the primary trail to Farmbrook and Auburn Meadows Subdivisions. It is estimated that five easements will be necessary for trail segments along Route 332 and Canandaigua-Farmington Town Line Road.
A copy of the Draft Project Scoping Report/Final Design Report has been posted upon the Town’s website www.townoffarmingtonny.com . Anyone having questions about this informational meeting is encouraged to contact Ron Brand, Director of Planning & Development, Town of Farmington, at (315) 986-8189, Monday through Friday, between 8:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.
Town Clerk's Office open Wednesday evenings
Town Clerk Michelle Finley has expanded her office’s business hours for the convenience of local residents.
The Town Clerk’s Office is open from 8 to 4:30 p.m. Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday and from 8 a.m. until 7 p.m. on Wednesdays. The extra hours on Wednesdays are especially geared for those who’ve found it tough to get to the Town Hall in the past, whether it’s because of work or other daytime commitments.
And the expanded hours are not just for dog licenses: Finley and her Deputy Town Clerks, Sarah Mitchell and Jennifer Goodell, will also be on hand to assist with marriage licenses, handicapped parking permits, hunting licenses and all other matters they normally attend to.
Anyone with questions may contact Finley at (315) 986-8100.
Ontario County Office for the Aging seeks volunteers
Twenty EightHot Meal Routes
Pickup and Delivery times fluctuate between 11 am and 1 pm (Clifton Springs Route 4 pm to 5 pm)
Pick up sites dependent upon route
Mileage reimbursement provided upon request
Training provided including the AAA Driver Improvement Course
Hot Meal available for volunteers
Valid Driver’s License and current insurance required
Volunteers deliver one day a week or as much or as little as desired
Temporary road closures or lane restrictions will be the norm over the next few weeks for work to be completed on Mertensia road as a new water line is installed and pavement improvements, curbing and sidewalks will be installed. Thank you in advance for your patience.
Next Meeting: May 11, get together at the Farmington Town Hall meeting room from1100 am to 100 pm. The Legacy of Victor provides the meal. The meeting is open to ALL Veterans and spouses/widows. Monthly meetings are hosted by the Vietnam War Commemorative Committee. This lunch is always the second Wednesday of the month.
The above pictures were taken on Veterans Day meet and greet of local Vietnam Era Veterans at the Mertensia Lodge. Thanks to the volunteer committee. "The Town of Farmington is not a part of, or endorsed by, the Department of Defense."
The Town Clerk's Office is on Facebook! Want to keep up with the latest? Send a friend request to Farmington Town Clerk.
Ontario County Fair Poster Contest
2016 Ontario County Fair poster contest
For 2016 the Ontario County Fair has changed the poster contest so that the voting process is more interactive. Once all the posters are collected; 10 top posters will be chosen and put on display at the fair. During fair week anyone attending the fair will be able to vote for the poster they think should win "Best in Class". Prizes will be given to the top 10 posters chosen, and all posters submitted will be displayed around the fair grounds.
? You may use any type or size paper that you like, but your poster will need to be mailed, so keep that in mind. Posters need to be received by July 15th in order to be considered for the top 10 picking.
? You may use a blank sheet of paper or use one of 2 border templates that we have designed (see links below). (you do not need to use the border to be picked in the top ten, it is just for fun)
? Contact information must be on the back but names may be on the front so your friends and family will know who to vote for.
? Our general fair theme is "Cultivating the next Generation" You should have fun with your design, but keep in mind that the top 10 will be picked based on a fun, fair related look.
Each of the top 10 candidates will be contacted to be told that their poster is in the running (contact information is important), you may then invite as many of your friends and family to come to the fair and vote for your poster to become "Best in Class". Poster will be displayed on the Ontario County Fair web site and other publications that report on fair news.
Age categories; up to 10, 11-18, 19 and up; each age group will be represented in the top ten.
Send posters to: Ontario County Fair Society
PO Box 324
Canandaigua, NY 14424
We have preprinted some sheets with the fun borders and you may find them in some of the Ag supply stores, or the 4H office, but you can also print them yourself.
Thanks & Good Luck
Ontario County Fair Youth Fair board
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