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In this section, in addition to the Town of Parma Code, you can find current and archival Town, Planning, Zoning and Conservation Boards minutes starting with 2006 through the present; Town Board Agendas; Legal and Public Notices published through the Town Clerk Office , Budget information; Bid Package Information and Internal Town Policies.

Town Code - E-Code for Town of Parma

Regulations and Reports
Legal and Public Notices
Freedom of Information Requests (FOIL)
Legal Notice-Public Hearing Community Development Grant for Lake Shore General Recovery Effort and Wind Storm Recovery
Public Notice - 2017 Retirement Reporting Resolution
Public Notice – National Grid Proposed Rate Increase
Storm and Related Emergency Information – For contact information on Power Outages, Downed Wires, Emergency Shelters and relevant information in an emergency
Legal Notice – Annual Financial Report 2016
Legal Notice – 2017 Meeting Dates for Parma Boards and Office Closings
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Legal Notice - 2017/2018 School Tax Collection


Genesee Land Trust informational sessions in Monroe County for farmers and landowners


Resurfacing Planned for Lake Ontario State Parkway from Route 19 to Payne Beach Road - The New York State Department of Transportation is planning a resurfacing project along the Lake Ontario State Parkway (LOSP), from Route 19 in Hamlin to Payne Beach Road in Parma, all in northwestern Monroe County.. Additional information on this project.

Updated Information 8-10-17 - Motorists who travel along Lake Ontario State Parkway between Route 19 in the town of Hamlin to Payne Beach Road in the town of Parma, Monroe County, should expect to encounter a single lane of travel through the end of September while the pavement is resurfaced. Heater scarification, a technique to rejuvenate the paved surface, will utilize a lengthy paving train of vehicles that travels about 15 feet per minute. During this operation, which began on Monday, August 7, crews will generally work daily from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Saturday, weather permitting. The schedule calls for this work to take roughly 15 to 20 days. Through the end of September, the roadway will be paved. At least one lane of traffic in each direction will remain open. Access to side roads will be maintained.
For more information, contact the Engineer-in-Charge, Tom Price, in the construction field office at (585) 636-7063.


Lake Ontario Flooding Information and Assistance - Additional resources and information for residents who have been affected by flooding.


Road Closing - Moul Road between Bennett Road and Lighthouse Road
Please click here for further information


Monroe County Home Improvement Program - Provides grants and loans to repair and revitalize homes in suburban Monroe County. Applications are available for Parma residents at the Parma Town Hall Building Department. Program Information.


Recycling in Monroe County - Check these flyers out for what and how to recycle in Monroe County, answers to common questions and specific information on the EcoPark at 10 Avion Park, Rochester NY 14624

Single Stream Recycling Flyer


LITTLE FREE LIBRARY - CHECK IT OUT AT PARMA TOWN HALL AND PARK

Visitors to the Parma Town Hall and Park now have access to a Little Free Library located at the front of the Parma Town Hall. As the weather gets nicer and activities pick up in the Park, stop over, take a look, and perhaps select a book. If you would like, you can also leave books. So while you are waiting for a baseball game to end, or playing at the playground, consider picking up a book to read.


PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT - The Division of Local Government Services and the Town of Parma would like to make you aware of cybercriminal activities that we have become aware of in New York State. This article includes information on particular scams and how to report your concerns if you feel you have been targeted. Please pass this on to family, friends and professionals in our area.


Hojack Trail Feasibility Study – The final version of the Feasibility Study has been released on the proposed multi-use Walking/Bicycling Trail along the former Hojack Line which would run from Canning Street in the Village of Hilton to the Route 390 Bike Path in the Town of Greece. For a complete look at the study click on Feasibility Study and Democrat and Chronicle Hojack Trail Study for more information to read their article.


2017 Town of Parma Budget


Door to Door Sales, Vendors and Solicitors - It is the time of year when peddlers, vendors and solicitors go door to door, drive around neighborhoods or set up sales on a corner in our community. The Town of Parma requires a permit for these kinds of sales and solicitations. Local, non-profit, community groups are exempt from this local law, however commercial groups including marketing companies who hire contractors to promote businesses in and outside our area must register and obtain a license. For everyone’s safety and protection, ask to see their permit and identification, please report any instances of peddling or suspicious activity to your local Municipal office or call 911. More information.


Department of Motor Vehicles - The Town of Parma is pleased to have the Monroe County Mobile DMV Unit at the Parma Town Hall every Monday, except Holidays from 10 AM – 3:30 PM for your convenience. They set up in our Board/Court Meeting room. You must come in person as calls are not taken onsite. If you wish to speak to someone directly, please call 1-518-486-9786. You may also get forms and information on their website at http://dmv.ny.gov/


Fire District Annual Election Notices


2017 Fire District Budgets and Legal Notices


The Town of Parma is one of the 29 municipal members of the Monroe County Stormwater Coalition established in 2000 - The Coalition's Draft 2016-2017 Joint Annual Report is available for review on the Coalition Website.  The Coalition implements a wide range of projects and programs including public education, training for municipal employees and the land development community, demonstrations of practices that reduce polluted runoff from developed land, technical assistance with permits and erosion control, investigations of stormwater outfalls for indicators of illegal discharges, assessments of municipal facilities for opportunities to prevent pollution, and a Stormwater Master Plan for Monroe County to identify needed infrastructure.  As a result, Coalition members are able to comply with the federal stormwater regulations and improve water quality in a cost-effective manner.


Veterans Benefits Counseling and Services - will no longer be offered at the Parma Town Hall on the second Monday of the month. Veterans may contact the Monroe County Veterans Service Agency by calling Laura Stradley at (585)-753-6861. Their office is located at 125 Westfall Rd., Rochester, NY 14620. You can also obtain information on their website


YELLOW DOT KITS AVAILABLE AT THE PARMA TOWN HALL - What is a Yellow Dot Kit? The NYS Sheriff’s Department Yellow Dot Program is designed to help first responders provide life-saving medical attention during the first “golden hour” after a crash or an emergency. More...




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The Parma Town Hall, 1300 Hilton Parma Corners Road (Route 259) is a designated SafePlace location for the Parma community. View additional information here.

Parma is a country town with friendly people and a beautiful Town Park. Located in Monroe County, we are convenient to Rochester, shopping along Ridge Road and recreational access to Lake Ontario. Within our borders is the Village of Hilton with shopping opportunities, a variety of churches and schools.

Parma is a great place to live with both a rich history and a promising future.


Parma Town Hall
1300 Hilton Parma Corners Rd.
P.O. Box 728
Hilton, NY 14468
585-392-9461 . Fax: 585-392-6659

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