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Victor is located in the northwest corner of Ontario County along the border of Monroe County.
It is a thirty-six-square-mile township nestled in the foothills of the Finger Lakes offering residents, businesses and visitors the best of all worlds - a peaceful, small town setting within minutes of the Cities of Rochester and Canandaigua. We are easily accessible via NYS Routes 96 and 490 and NYS I90's exit 44 from the east or exit 45 from the west.
Our population has grown steadily in the last decade from 9,977 in the 2000 census to 14,275 according to the 2010 census information. Our tax structure is based on 100% assessment with rates among the lowest in Ontario County.
Newspapers include the Canandaigua Messenger Post and the Rochester Democrat and Chronicle. Rich in history, the Town provides residents and visitors with numerous recreational programs and events, a number of parks, hiking trails, golf courses and shopping opportunities. Details on all of these are available here on our site. The Victor Voice Newsletter is available three times a year, issues are available online.
Victor is represented at the state level in the 54th Senate District by Senator Pamela Helming and in the 133rd Assembly District by Representative Marjorie Byrnes. At the federal level, we are represented in the Senate by Kirsten Gillibrand and Charles Schumer, and in the House of Representatives 24th Congressional District by Claudia Tenney. More information and links to their websites are included on the State Federal and Local Resources State, Federal, and Local Resources Page - under the Community tab.
Check back often for the latest news on public hearings and bids, meeting schedules and agendas, current events and opportunities to get involved in Town government and participate in numerous recreational programs.
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VICTOR GOVERNMENT CONSISTS OF TWO SEPARATE ENTITIES...
The township is governed by an elected Supervisor and four Council positions serving four-year terms. Other elected officials include Court Justices, Town Clerk and Highway Superintendent, all serving four-year terms.
Town government also includes appointed positions, departments, boards, committees and commissions, giving residents many opportunities to be directly involved at a level of government closest to them.
A strong sense of community exists within the Village as is evidenced by the work and activities of our various governmental boards and agencies. Although these groups provide direction and leadership, their policies are implemented on a day-to-day basis by a cadre of highly skilled and dedicated employees in our Village Office and Department of Public Works.
For more information about Village government, check out the Village of Victor pages.