Since its founding in 1995, the North Winton Village Association (NWVA) has worked tirelessly to keep crime and drugs away from the area, to beautify the neighborhood, and to keep intact the charm of an early 20th century “village” with the amenities of the 21st century.
The NWVA partners closely with the City of Rochester Police Department (RPD), as well as city code enforcement, economic development, local schools, elected officials, and various other organizations. Currently, North Winton Village has the lowest crime rate in Rochester, due in large part to the diligence of the NWVA.
The NWVA is run by a dedicated group of neighborhood volunteers. There are no paid personnel.
Mary Coffey, Co-Chair
Marilyn Schutte, Co-Chair
Bryce Miller, Vice-Chair
Marilyn Parchus, Treasurer
Frank Van Deusen
Beautification: Marilyn Schutte*, Tony Cilino, Bryce Miller, Marilyn Parchus
Code: Bryce Miller*, Tony Cilino, Mary Coffey, Holly Petsos, Marilyn Schutte
Communications: Mary Coffey*, Bryce Miller, Joe Polizzi
Economic Development: John Coraggioso*, Tony Cilino, Mary Coffey, Joe Polizzi, Marilyn Schutte
Festival of the Arts: Marilyn Parchus*, Holly Petsos, Frank Van Deusen
Finance: Marilyn Parchus*, Frank Van Deusen
Grants: Frank Van Deusen*, Marilyn Parchus
Historic Preservation: Holly Petsos*, Tony Cilino
Marketing: Bryce Miller*, Brian Halligan
Membership: Brian Halligan*
Safety: Mary Coffey*, Bryce Miller
Website/Social Media: Brian Halligan*
Zoning: Tony Cilino*, Mary Coffey, Holly Petsos, Marilyn Schutte
Tom Green, Mayer Paint & Hardware
Bill Seremetis, Captain Jim’s Fish Market
James Vamvakitis, Liberty Family Restaurant
The NWVA is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization.