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Town Of Farmington

Farmington was established in 1788. The Township, now known as Farmington constituted the first sale of land made from the Phelps and Gorham tract, it being township No.11, range 3, of the great tract. It was purchased by members of the Society of Friends, or Quakers, from Berkshire, Massachusetts. Their purchase embracing also the territory now comprised in the Town of Manchester. The two townships continued to be known as Farmington until 1821 when Manchester (township No 11, 2nd range) was set off. Farmington is named after Farmington, Connecticut.

Town Historian

Office Hours Tuesday 10 am - 2 pm

Donna Hill-Herendeen

(Email: farmhistorian@yahoo.com)

Available Information

The town of Farmington archival information is available to researchers and the public including the following:

  • Cemeteries: North Farmington (Friends), South Farmington, Hathaway, Payne, New Salem and Power
  • Military records beginning with the Revolutionary War
  • Cobblestone buildings
  • Maps
  • Farmington history
  • Personal papers of the families: Allen, Lapham, Gardner, Hathaway, Herendeen, Comstock, Power, Padgham, Payne and many more......
  • Genealogical files
  • Churches
  • The Quaker movement in Farmington
  • Books and cds
  • Photo Albums

Material and Resources:

Peddlers Permit Has Been Issued

A peddlers permit was issued today to Cameron Home Improvements, the permit is only good for Saturday, October 19, 2019, from 10 am to 7 pm. The area he will be out in is the Farmbrook Homes area and Farmington Grove Homes area. Those are the only areas he is permitted to go to.

Farmington 2019 Fall Cleanup October 18/19

Click on the link for details

Hook Road opened today 7 31 2019

Town Fee Schedule 2019

Effective 1/1/2019

Town of Farmington
1000 County Road 8
Farmington, NY 14425
315-986-8100
Highway & Parks Department
985 Hook Road
Farmington, NY 14425

315-986-5540
Water & Sewer Department
1216 McMahon Road
Victor, NY 14564
585-924-3158
Farmington Town Court
1023 Hook Road
Farmington, NY 14425
315-986-8195