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

Ash Tree Removal

The Town of Gates is removing ash trees on the side streets north of Buffalo Road, west of Howard Road and south of 490.  We are focusing on the ash trees, since they are mostly infected with the Emerald Ash Borer (https://www.dec.ny.gov/animals/7253.html) and will have to come down eventually.  If you have any questions, or […]

Gates to Recovery EUCHRE Tournament Apr. 28, 2018

On Saturday Apr. 28, 2018 a Euchre Tournament Fundraiser will be held to benefit Gates to Recovery and Recovery Now NY.  Soup, salad, dessert, water, coffee and lemonade will be provided.  Cost is $15.00 to enter. There will also be basket raffles.    All proceeds will assist the day to day operations of running a drop […]

RG&E – Rochester Area Reliability Project to start Jan. 30, 2018

Rochester Area Reliability Project Construction To Begin Rochester Gas and Electric Corporation (“RG&E”) anticipates that site preparation and construction of the Rochester Area Reliability Project (“RARP”) will commence on or about January 30, 2018. 18-1738 RGE RARP Poster Notice

Kiddie Fire Extinguishers Recall

Kiddie Fire Extinguishers have issues a recall of certain fire extinguishers manufactured January 1, 1973 through August 15, 2017. They are extinguisher with a plastic handle or push button style. Please read the recall notice included with this page. Kiddie Extinguisher recall

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