City of Rochester Search Result Rss 12:00:00 AM&maxdatecreated=5/27/2032 4:10:52 AM&datesearchfield=Publish_Date&categories=118 News Release - A Memorial Day Greeting from Mayor Lovely A. Warren <p><strong style=&quot;font-size: 18.6667px;&quot;>(Friday, May 26, 2017) – </strong><span style=&quot;font-size: 18.6667px;&quot;>Memorial Day is a favorite holiday in Rochester. It signals the start of summer. The approach of the long weekend brings welcome anticipation of warm summer evenings, outdoor grilling, weekend festivals and well deserved time spent relaxing and exploring with family and friends.</span></p> <span style=&quot;font-size: 18.6667px;&quot;>But we must also remember that the joys of summer, indeed the joys of all American traditions, were earned by our fallen heroes, the members of our Armed Forces who died in the performance of their service. These brave men and women have left behind family members and friends, many of whom continue to mourn their loss.</span> City of Rochester 5/26/2017 Mayor Lovely Warren Announces 2016 City Water Quality Report Available for Review <strong>(Thursday, May 25, 2017) –</strong> Mayor Lovely A. Warren has announced that residents may access the City of Rochester’s 2016 Water Quality Report online at or by picking up a brochure at City branch libraries or Neighborhood Service Centers. City of Rochester 5/25/2017 News Release - Central Library Cuts Ribbon on Renovated Teen Central Area and Arts Division <p>Mayor Lovely A. Warren joined Monroe County Executive Cheryl Dinolfo to officially celebrate the grand opening of the Central Library’s newly renovated Arts Division and Teen Central Spaces.</p> City of Rochester 5/24/2017 News Release - Warren’s Budget Lowers Taxes for City Homeowners (Friday, May 19, 2017) — Rochester Mayor Lovely A. Warren today unveiled her annual operating budget for the City of Rochester – lowering taxes for residential homeowners, maintaining critical programs and services while investing in job creation, safer more vibrant neighborhoods and better educational opportunities. The average city homeowner would see their tax bill lowered by $63.89 under Warren’s spending plan, a net decrease of $34.91. City of Rochester 5/19/2017 Motorist Advisory - Main Street Bridge to Close for River Cleanup <span style=&quot;font-size: 18.6667px;&quot;>Main Street between South Avenue and State Street Downtown will be closed to all vehicles and pedestrian traffic, except for emergency vehicles, 6 a.m. to 6 p.m., Sunday, May 21 while crews from the City Department of Environmental Services remove logs and debris from the Genesee River.</span><span style=&quot;font-size: 18.6667px;&quot;> </span> City of Rochester 5/19/2017 News Release - City Council Announces Review Process for 2017-18 City Budget <strong><u>For Immediate Release<br /></u>May 19, 2017 <br /><br /><br /></strong>Councilmember Carolee A. Conklin, Chair of City Council’s Finance Committee, announced today that the Council has scheduled its review process for the Mayor’s proposed 2017-18 City Budget. The City Council conducts the most extensive public analysis of any local municipal budget, convening a process that consists of individual departmental review sessions and a public hearing before the final budget votes are cast. City of Rochester 5/22/2017 News Release - Public Meeting for May 31, 2017 <strong> (Friday, May 19, 2017) - </strong>The following public meeting is scheduled for May 31, 2017. City of Rochester 5/19/2017 News Release - Public Meetings for May 25,2017 <strong> (Monday, May 15, 2017) -</strong> The following public meetings are scheduled for May 25, 2017. City of Rochester 5/15/2017 News Release - Mayor Warren Proclaims Bike Week in Rochester 2017 <p>City of Rochester News Release Mayor Warren Proclaims Bike Week in Rochester 2017(Friday, May 12, 2017) – Mayor Lovely A. Warren today proclaimed the week of May 13 through 21 as Bike Week in Rochester in celebration of the many advances</p> City of Rochester 5/12/2017 News Release - Mayor Warren, The Coca-Cola Company Celebrate Winners of Flour City Blooms Competition (Friday, May 12, 2017) – Mayor Lovely Warren honored two local schools at City Hall today for their winning rain barrel designs at the culminating celebration of the Flour City Blooms Rain Barrel Competition hosted by the City of Rochester and The Coca-Cola Company. City of Rochester 5/12/2017