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South Genesee River Corridor (former Vacuum Oil site) Project

About the Project

The City of Rochester Vacuum Oil - South Genesee River Brownfield Opportunity Area provides an exciting opportunity for the study area and City to plan, design, and begin implementing targeted investment projects which support and enhance on-going revitalization efforts in the neighborhood. The redevelopment of the former industrial sites along the waterfront, as well as other vacant and underutilized parcels, will build upon recent redevelopment successes, including Brooks Landing and Carlson Commons.

Participation in the BOA Program will help to stimulate further investment in the neighborhood and will seek to bring in new businesses and industries, create new employment opportunities, improve access to the City’s waterfront and enhance the overall quality-of-life for residents. Please see the BOA Program page of this website for additional information about the New York State Brownfield Opportunity Area Program. 

Project Background

In 2006 the City of Rochester applied for funding through the NYS BOA Program and were awarded money to proceed with this project. The project is being administered through the City’s Department of Environmental Quality. In 2010, Bergmann Associates, in collaboration with Camoin Associates and Interface Studio, was selected to assist in the development and facilitation of the BOA project, which officially kicked-off in early 2011. This phase of the project is expected to be completed by fall 2012. 

Community Participation    

This project is a community-based planning effort that seeks to integrate ideas generated from residents, business owners, and other stakeholders into the actual development of plan recommendations. Involvement and participation by the public is critical to ensuring the planning processes are successful and the final plans achieve the community’s vision.

A wide variety of public involvement techniques will be utilized to maximize public participation throughout the planning process, including neighborhood presentations, public meetings and interactive public workshops.

To download full-resolution graphics of the site in phases 1-3, click on the link below.  This will open a new window. From there, you can zoom in to view the details of each map and download the files.

We want to hear from you!

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Questions?

If you have questions about the project or would like more information, please contact:

Mark Gregor
Project Manager, Division of Environmental Quality, City of Rochester
(585) 428-5978 or email him

Kimberly Baptiste, AICP
Project Manager and Senior Planner, Bergmann Associates
(716) 852-3211 x.323 or email her

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