Honeoye Falls


Here is a brief description of the Village of Honeoye Falls, taken from the Village website:

“Honeoye Falls is a small village in the State of New York, nestled in the most southeastern corner of Monroe County, about thirteen miles from the City of Rochester. It is located on the falls of Honeoye Creek and lies within the town of Mendon. According to the US Census Bureau, the village has a total area of approximately 2.6 square miles.

From the time of the Seneca Indians residing in this vicinity through the pioneer days and into the present, Honeoye Falls, originally known as Norton Mills, has maintained a particularly family-oriented atmosphere in spite of the changing times.

Careful planning throughout the years has allowed the village to grow and prosper. The businesses have changed with the times and in scope, making Honeoye Falls a truly progressive but community-minded village. Today the community boasts of an excellent Central School system with, several churches, an efficient fire department, modern ambulance facilities, light industrial plants, and a variety of stores and businesses to serve the needs of the population. The many civic organizations of the area reflect the varied interests of the people of the village.”

While we share so many similarities, one significant difference is the diversity of the weather.

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