Community Crime Prevention Workshop Video

Did you miss the Community Crime Prevention Workshop presented by the Monroe County Sheriff’s Department at the Chili Town Hall? The video of the presentation is available HERE.

The presentation wall very informative and well-received by those in attendance. If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to contact Supervisor David Dunning at 889-6111 or ddunning@townofchili.org.

Crime Prevention Open Forum

The Monroe County Sheriffs Department Crime Prevention Unit is holding an open forum at the Chili Town Hall on June 13, 2019 from 7-9pm.

Discussion topics include the recent criminal activity in our community, and ways to prevent it. Time will be provided for questions and concerns.

Coyotes in Chili – New Date

Please join us for a presentation on “Coyotes in Chili” presented by Scott Smith from the NYS Department of Environmental Conservation.

Thursday, April 25, 2019 at 7:00pm at the Chili Town Hall Main Meeting Room, 3333 Chili Avenue.

Topics include: Habitat, Reproduction, Rabies, #/Square Mile, Pet Attacks, Range, Adaptability, Relocation, Control/Safety Management, Human Attacks, and Coyote Display.

Evening Activities Cancelled

Due to the dangerous weather conditions, all Town of Chili activities scheduled for tonight have been cancelled. This includes the presentation on Coyotes in Chili.

Please watch this site for rescheduling information.

Road Closure – Fisher Road

RG&E intends to close a portion of Fisher Road for utility work.  The road will be closed 800+/- north of Jacklyn Drive and 150+/- south of the RG&E substation entrance.

Closure is expected November 7, 2018 through November 14, 2018.  A detour will be posted.

Notice of Road Closure – Ballantyne Road

The Town of Chili Highway Department intends to close a section of highway in the Town of Chili, known as Ballantyne Road, between NY Route 252 (Archer Road/Ballantyne Road) and Brook Road for a culvert replacement.

Road will be closed October 8, 2018 for approximately 3 days.

Notes:  The road will remain open to local traffic only up to the culvert.