News and Events
Monroe County Winterfest
Monroe County Winterfest
A fun filled event for the entire family!
Where: Mendon Ponds Park
When: Sunday, January 18, 2015
Activities and events will take place at several locations throughout the park, beginning at 11:00 am and continuing through 4:00 pm. A printed program and park map will be available on the day. All winterfest locations will be heated. Go to their website for more information and a tentative program listing: http://www.mendonpondswinterfest.org/.
The Village of Honeoye Falls is seeking qualified candidates to join the staff of Per-Diem Paramedics with its Ambulance Department.
NYS Certified Paramedic (EMT-P), Clean Class D NYS Driver License, ACLS, PALS or PEPP, ITLS or PHTLS. read more / read less...
HFFD Swearing In
On Wednesday, December 31st; Honeoye Falls Mayor (Rick Milne) conducted the official "Swearing In&qu of the Honeoye Falls Fire Department operations line officers for 2015.
The Village acknowledges the selfless dedication of all our volunteer fire and ambulance personnel. The training hours given by these individuals and the responsibility taken to protect and serve our greater Honeoye Falls community is appreciated.
Line Officers and those pictured here are as follows (Left to Right): Mayor, Rick Milne, Lieutenant Cris Milne; Lieutenant Tyler Zavitz; Lieutenant Cory Trewer; Captain Jake Lund; Captain Dave Hood and Chief Paul Churnetski. (Unavailable for this event and not pictured are Assistant Chiefs Steve Sessler and Steve Lord).
Thanks to all our volunteers!
Christmas Tree Recycling
The Village of Honeoye Falls Public Works will be picking up Christmas trees put at the curbside for recycling through the month of January
Please - NO plastic bags or decorations should be on them.
The Village of Honeoye Falls Public Works Department is an official site for residents to drop-off electronics for recycling. We are partnered with Sunnking Inc. who picks up our E-Waste and recycles it. You can visit our website for a complete list of items that are accepted at the Public Works.
One change in our collection policy recently is we were not able to accept CRT (Cathode Ray Tube) TV’s and Monitors. These are the older big TV’s and Monitors. We are now able to accept them but there is a $25 Recycling Charge for these items only. With Christmas here and many of our residents looking to recycle their electronics we thought that working with our partner Sunnking to give you a convenient outlet for these CRT's would be helpful.
Call the Public Works at 624-3620 for drop-off times