Monroe County Hazard Mitigation Plan 2023 Update

ATTENTION!! The Monroe County Hazard Mitigation Plan 2023 Update is now ready for public review!

We are asking all residents of Monroe County to review the final draft of the plan and give feedback. The projects and information included in the HMP allow your communities to become eligible for grant funding opportunities to minimize losses from natural disasters. The Public Review Period is open until December 23 so don’t miss this last chance to have your voice be heard! Your support and responses are greatly appreciated! Click here for more information and to review the plan: https://www.monroecountynyhmp.com/.

Road Closing – Morgan Road

Monroe County will be closing Morgan Road, between Scottsville Road and Krenzer Road effective November 14, 2022 at 9am for approximately one week. The railroad crossing in that area is being replaced.

Monroe County Hazard Mitigation Plan

Is your family storm-ready? Have ideas for making Monroe County more resilient to natural disasters? Let us know! We are updating the County’s Hazard Mitigation Plan and are looking for your feedback to inform our planning process. Take the survey to contribute your knowledge!

Road Closure: 490 Eastbound Ramp @ 259

Beginning Wednesday, September 21 the NYSDOT will be closing the ramp connecting Route 259 to I-490 eastbound traffic to accommodate a bridge repair project over the train tracks just east of this ramp. Additionally, they will be installing a crossover that will reduce both eastbound and westbound traffic to a single lane between Exit 4 and just east of the Paul Road bridge. This work is anticipated to last until December.

There will be roughly a two week overlap between this work and NYSDOT work to the west along State Route 36, meaning there will be two consecutive I-490 eastbound on-ramps closed during this time. The official detour for motorists to follow is along Route 33 to connect with I-490 eastbound traffic in the Town of Gates.

Notice of Road Closure – Brook Road

The Town of Chili Highway Department intends to close Brook Road approximately 2000′ west of the intersection with Scottsville Rd. for culvert replacement work.

Date of Closure: September 19, 2022 from 7:00am to September 23, 2022 at 7:00pm.

Note: The road will remain open to local traffic only up to the closing on both the east and west approaches.

Interactive Zoning Map

What can I do with my property? Where can I open my business? Our new interactive Zoning Map can help you find the answers you need.

MapLink presents elements from the Town of Chili Zoning Code in an interactive Zoning Map that lets you find the property information you need quickly and easily.

  • View essential zoning elements for development including dimensional requirements, allowable uses and zoning districts.
  • Zoom in on individual parcels to examine zoning requirements in greater detail.
  • Receive email alters whenever zoning Code information is updated.
  • And much more!

Click HERE to check out the new interactive map!

Summer Hours – Town Hall

Beginning June 6, 2022 and continuing through September 2, 2022, the Chili Town Hall will be open on our Summer hours schedule:

Monday through Thursday 8am to 5pm
Friday 8am to 11am

This schedule change is for the Town Hall only, and does not impact the Chili Community Center or Chili Town Court.

Pavement Resurfacing on Chili Ave.

The New York State Department of Transportation is announcing the beginning of a construction project along NY-33A in the Town of Chili. The project will make a number of enhancements along this corridor, including:

  • Improved pavement condition and rideability by resurfacing NY-33A from NY-252 to Westside Drive.
  • Improved intersection geometry at NY-33A (Chili Avenue) and NY-252 (Beaver Road). This will be converted to a T-type intersection.
  • New pavement markings to better accommodate bicyclists and pedestrians.
  • Upgraded sidewalk curb ramps to meet current ADA standards.
  • Traffic signal improvements.

Motorists ill be able to access NY-33A throughout the entire project. Short term daily lane closures are anticipated during paving operations. Beaver Road at Chili Avenue is expected to be closed for 10-14 days during the reconfiguration with a detour posted.

The general timing of the project is as follows:

  • Mid-April to end of May: Beaver Road intersection closure and work & Signals, ADA Ramps and spot repairs 
  • Mid-June to early July: Mill & Pave Paul/Coldwater east to Westside Drive, ADA Ramp work and adjust manholes and valves 
  • July to early August: Mill & Pave Beaver Road to Paul/Coldwater, adjust manholes and valves and ADA ramp work
  • Night time mill & pave: Paul Road to Paul/Coldwater intersections early August (Wegmans) 

Household Hazardous Waste Collection

Monroe County’s Department of Environmental Services and the Towns of Chili, Gates, Riga and Wheatland and the Villages of Churchville and Scottsville have partnered to hold an appointment-only Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) collection at the Town of Chili Highway Garage, 200 Beaver Road, on Saturday, April 30, 2022 from 7:45am to 12:00pm.

Most HHW (paint, flammables, cleaners and other chemicals from home-use) is safe when used and stored properly. When they become unwanted and are disposed of improperly, these household wastes can become environmental hazards.

To ensure safety and reduce waiting times, appointments are required at all HHW collections. Appointments for this HHW collection will be accepted until Friday, April 29th. To schedule an appointment go on-line to http://www.monroecounty.gov/ecopark. This HHW collection is open to all Monroe County residents. Waste from businesses will not be accepted.

Up to 30 gallons of the following materials will be accepted per appointment at no charge:

  • Oil-based & latex paint (for 1/3 gallon or less of latex paint: discard lid, add kitty litter, let dry, place in trash can)
  • Wood stain & preservatives
  • Automotive fluids (antifreeze; brake, power steering and transmission fluids)
  • Pesticides & fertilizers
  • Flammable products (gasoline, kerosene, thinners, strippers, solvents)
  • Household cleaners (liquid soaps & waxes, drain cleaners, etc.)
  • Driveway sealer
  • Pool & photo chemicals
  • Rechargeable (Ni-Cad) & button batteries
  • Mercury (thermometers, thermostats)
  • Syringes / sharps (safely packaged)

Do Not Bring: used motor oil & vehicle batteries (contact service station or retailer); Pharmaceutical wastes, propane cylinders (ecopark only), cans with dried paint (if it rattles when shaken – remove lid and place in trash); empty containers (trash or recycle); everyday alkaline batteries (trash); glazing / spackle & joint compounds (trash).

If residents are unable tio take advantage of this one day HHW collection, the County offers other collections throughout the year. For more information or for business waste disposal options go on-line at http://www.monroecounty.gov/ecopark.