The City of Rochester is working with Highland Planning to gather community perspectives and input about two City-owned sites that were planned for new Rochester Police Department (RPD) Section Offices and Neighborhood Service Centers (NSCs) on Lake Avenue at Ridge Rd. and East Main Street near North Goodman St.
Since 2015, the City has invested significant time and resources in these sites, however, the events of 2020 prompted City Council to put the City’s redevelopment plans on hold. Today, the City is seeking community perspectives to inform how to move forward with these sites.
There are several ways for you to share your perspectives and input.
Open-House Meetings: There will be two in-person public meetings, one for the Lake Ave site and one for the East Main site. These events will be held outdoors in an open-house format for COVID safety (with option to move indoors due to inclement weather). You can pre-register for the in person meetings at the links below:
The League of Women Voters of the Greater Rochester Metropolitan Area and the North Winton Village Association invite you to hear from New York state senate candidates Samra Brouk and Christopher Missick. The event will take place online through Zoom, on Thursday, October 1, 2020 from 7:00 to 8:30 p.m.
Come celebrate the season with our neighborhood businesses and organizations on Saturday, December 7 from about noon until 8 p.m., as they offer snacks, cocoa, discounts, and surprises throughout the day. See the poster and map below for details.
New additions to the schedule include:
ROC Physical Therapy, P. C.
Saturday December 7th 12-4 p.m. at 1225 Atlantic Ave in the lower level suite.
Dr. Mike will be providing injury consultations and screenings on a first come, first serve basis as well as scheduling appointments. Those who sign up for Physical Therapy or a Sports Performance/Work Out Session in person will receive a 25% discount on all sessions and be entered to win a free initial session for yourself or family/friend.
There will also be a sign up and raffle to win 3 FREE Cold Laser treatments for any aches and pains you may be dealing with.
“Check in” on Facebook at ROC Physical Therapy while you are here and be entered to win a FREE Running Analysis!
Come see what Focused Attention and Accelerated Healing at ROC Physical Therapy can do for you!
You’ve likely encountered a Little Free Library at some point. The concept began in 2009 when a Wisconsin man put up a small wooden box in his yard and filled it with books. Anyone passing by was welcome to borrow a book or leave one for someone else. The idea spread quickly, and soon there were Little Free Libraries all across the globe. This year, the movement that inspires neighbors to promote reading is celebrating its 10th anniversary.
Here in Rochester, we’ve seen Little Free Libraries spring up by the dozens in just the last few years. You can find them in front of homes, outside churches, public parks, and even at some Monroe County Library branches.