The Farmington Business Council, a division of the Chamber of Commerce, is looking for supporters to purchase its "Gateway Project" bricks at the intersection of Routes 332 and 96. The goal is to create a more village-like feel for the community's main intersection with the addition of a clock, seating and landscaping. To learn more about how you can purchase a brick, visit www.farmingtonbc.com.
The Farmington Town Board meets at the Town Hall, 1000 County Road 8 in Farmington. The next regular meeting is Tuesday October 13, at 7pm. 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.
Farmington Town Clerk Michelle Finley is pleased to announce new link to view and print current and past years' taxes online. Click on the Town Clerk tab, then Links & Forms, then Taxes.
View resolutions prior to vote
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:
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. The next meeting of the committee is Thursday October 22 at the Farmington Hall. This will be a public information meeting. To view the revised concept maps of sections 1-7 go to the tab Park Planning Advisory Committee at this web site or
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.
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
Next Meeting: October 14th at the Farmington Town Hall meeting room from 11 am to 1pm. We will have a speaker Kathy Wheeler Director of Canandaigua Veterans Club. The Legacy provides the meal. The meeting is open to ALL Veterans and spouses/widows. Monthly meetings are hosted by the Vietnam War Commemorative Committee.
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."