Welcome to the Town of Chili's website. Here you will find a variety of information about our Town. From Budgets to Recreation Programs, Senior activities to Meeting Minutes and Agendas, we strive to provide you a comprehensive look at all things Chili. My goal is to make our government operations and services as accessible as possible, striving for complete transparency. As always, if there is something you would like to see on our website, please let me know. Stop in, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 889-6111.
The Town's of Chili and Wheatland will be holding a public meeting to hear comments regarding our Farmland Protection Plans. This meeting will be held at 7pm Wednesday, April 29th at the Chili American Legion Post 1830, located at 450 Scottsville-Chili Road in Scottsville.
Review the Chili Agriculture and Farmland Protection Plan HERE.
The Chili Art Group will hold its Spring Show and Sale at the Chili Town Hall on Friday April 24th (2-9pm), Saturday April 25th (10-5pm), and Sunday April 26th( 10-5pm). Awards will be given on Friday at 7:00pm.
This event is free, and open to the public. Hope to see you there!
Now that it is spring -- on the calendar and in the air -- we look forward to getting outside more often, and among other things, catching up on our errands.
Some of your elderly neighbors may need a ride to do these simple, but necessary things... like a stop at the pharmacy... a visit to the doctor... a trip to the grocery store. Can you help?
If you have a couple of hours a week, or even a couple of hours a month, consider being a volunteer driver. You can select your geographic area and the times you wish to drive. You will be provided with training, and supplemental liability insurance.
As you drive through life, take someone with you!
A Collaboration Program of Community Drivers, Coordinated by Lifespan. This program is independent of the Town of Chili.
Winter has arrived and as difficult as it may seem, spring will be here before you know it! In preparation, the Monroe County Soil and Water Conservation District has released their Conservation Tree and Shrub species list for the spring of 2015.
This year, property owners will have the opportunity to pre-order more than 59 different species of bare-root conifers, hardwood trees, shrubs, wildflowers and groundcovers, as well as seed mixes and other products used for conservation projects. Packages range in unit size and price, from a bundle of 10 plants for as low as $11, to bundles of 100 plants for an average cost of $84.
For more information, download the announcement HERE.
Save the Date!
Cascades Recovery and the Monroe County Department of Parks presents this green initiative from County Executive Maggie Brooks.
Saturday, April 25, 2015
Noon-2pm: Thank You Picnic
Town of Chili, Town Supervisor Dunning along with Senator Ranzenhofer welcomed the community at a ground breaking ceremony for the Union Station Park spray ground.
Dedicated in 1994, the park spans over 59 acres and includes a lodge that accommodates up to 80 people, playground equipment, a nature trail, access to Black Creek, 2 athletic fields, a basketball court and paved trail perfect for walking and biking.
Funding for this is provided by a generous grant given to the Town of Chili by our NYS Senator Michael Ranzenhofer.
David Lindsay, Commissioner of Public Works, Michael Curley, Director of Parks & Recreation and Tony Sloan, Parks Foreman joined the public officials as we broke ground.
"One of my favorite parts of being the Town Supervisor is providing the community something special and having a place where the kids can come and have fun," said Town Supervisor David Dunning.
The spray ground concept came from the recommendation in the Parks & Recreation Master Plan. The town will now begin developing a site plan for this project with construction starting in the Spring 2015.