Farmington Water & Sewer employees will be working on a new water line on Canandaigua-Farmington Townline Road starting Wednesday, June 10th.
Most of the work will be from Estate Drive east to Ackerman Drive, approximately 1000 feet in length and weather permitting the work should be completed within four weeks.
Traffic delays should be minimal with one lane directional signs operating during construction.
Questions should be directed to the Canandaigua Farmington Water Department at (585)924-3158.
NOTICE OF NEXT BOARD MEETING
The Farmington Town Board meets at least two times a month.
The next Town Board meeting is scheduled for Tuesday July 14th at 7:00 pm. This will more than likely be a virtual Town Hall and in person meeting where staff and residents can call in and listen to the board meeting. More information will be provided as we get closer to the meeting date. Please note that the public is limited to ten at this time in person and residents can also call in to the meeting.
The Public Works committee meets at 7:30 am and Town Operations committee meets at 9 AM both in the Town Hall on Tuesday of the Town Board meeting day. These meetings are also virtual with the above contact information.
As a reminder sewer and water bills be paid on line.Fees for this recent bill will be credited in the next quarters bill for all of those that pay on line.
Due to the growing concern with the COVID-19 virus and guidance provided by the New York State Governor, Town Offices will be operating with reduced staff and closed to the general public except by appointment only. We are closely monitoring the situation and will update our protocol as warranted. Please contact the Department that you need to speak with directly by using the numbers listed below: See additional Information below.
Town Clerk (315) 986-8100 option 1
Town Supervisor (315) 986-8100 option 2
Building/Code Department (315) 986-8100 option 3
Assessor (315) 986-8100 option 4
Water & Sewer Department (585) 924-3158
Highway Department (315) 986-5540
More Corona-virus Information
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DOL is also reminding businesses of its Shared Work Program that can provide an alternative to laying off employees during business downturns by allowing workers to work a reduced work schedule and collect partial unemployment insurance benefits for up to 26 weeks. Instead of cutting staff, you able to reduce the number of hours of all employees or just a certain group: https://www.labor.ny.gov/ui/employerinfo/shared-work-program.shtm
At the June 9th Town Board meeting a resolution to approve bids for a maintenance building/restroom and an alternate bid to construct a pavilion were approved. The town engineers are reviewing the low bids and will make a recommendation to the town board by July 28th.
This was followed by a town board resolution on June 24th to request for bids on July 22nd for the site work, playing fields, sports courts, parking lots, trees and shrubs.
Town Earth moving equipment and excavator equipment have been installing the sewer line followed by the water line installation at the park.
We ask that parents please keep children away from the work area. This project will be completed as the weather and emergency work permits.
The Town Historian has office hours on Tuesdays from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m.
Town Clerk's Office Wednesday evenings suspended until further notice!
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: Michelle Finley and her Deputy Town Clerks, Jennifer Goodell and Sarah Cerniglia, 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 Michelle Finley at (315) 986-8100, option 1.
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
For more information contact Tarah Shedenhelm, Volunteer Coordinator, at 585-396-4046
Farmington Memorial Day Service pictures above
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:
* Building Department - email@example.com
* Director of Development / Planning firstname.lastname@example.org
* Highway/Parks - email@example.com
* Water & Sewer - firstname.lastname@example.org
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) 986-8100.
The Veterans luncheon is promoted and organized by the Farmington AMVETS Post 332 and will be held at the Mertensia Lodge on the second Wednesday of each month, any questions please feel free to call the Town Hall at 315-986-8100 or Post Commander Ed Hemminger at 585-261-4502 / email@example.com.
Next Meeting: get together at the Mertensia Lodge, Mertensia Park from1100 am to 100 pm. The Legacy of Victor provides the meal. The meeting is open to ALL Veterans and spouses/widows. Monthly will be hosted by the Farmington AMVETS. 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."