A Message From Mark W. Assini - Town Supervisor

Mark Assini - Town SupervisorGates, New York is a dynamic town in Monroe County with an interesting past and a bright future. The town was incorporated in 1813 and was the last remnants of Northampton founded 1797 in Ontario County.

Our community has been at the center of history for this area and the roots of Rochester can be directly traced to our town. Rochesterville was a village in Gates until Nathaniel T Rochester presented the application of incorporation to the Legislature which was approved 1817 and by 1822 the name was legally changed to Rochester.

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Gates Community News

Come Join Us! “The Opioid Crisis”: a Community Discussion at Gates Public Library.

Date: Monday, July 31, 2017 Time: 7:00 – 8:00 PM We encourage staff and members of our community to take part in this informative discussion; come together and learn about what it is that is happening and what we can do together to be proactive members of our communities. Registration is appreciated. This is part of a collaborative series with […]

Bridge Repair to begin on Cold Water Road

Monroe County has advised that starting on July 5th, 2017 a section of Coldwater Road between Westside Dr and Cherry Rd will be closed for approximately 5 months due to bridge repair and culvert replacement.  See attached coldwater rd closing notice

Look Who’s Partnering up ! Gates Public Library & Gates-Chili School District

Each year over 50 children in the Gates community are unable to attend preschool through the school district’s current lottery placement system. The Gates Public Library is seeking to combat this lack of opportunity by partnering with the Gates Chili Central School District to create a community education space within the library. Your support will […]

Open Burn Announcement

Please remember NYSDEC has a restriction on open burning from March 16th to May 14th. Dry windy conditions during this time period increases the chance of brush and grass fires quickly spreading and becoming dangerous. The only exception to this ban are campfires less than 3 feet in height and 4 feet in width, and […]

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