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Supervisor Bill Reilich is pleased to partner with the University of Rochester to offer a Flu Clinic at Greece Town Hall on Wednesday, September 27th, 2017 from 9am – 12pm. Please call 585-276-6509 for information regarding accepted insurance plans.

Supervisor Reilich partners with Flu Prevention Organizations to host several clinics throughout the season at Greece Town Hall. Please visit to see the schedule for upcoming flu clinics.

Supervisor Bill Reilich is pleased to announce that the Town of Greece, through participation in the National Flood Insurance Community Rating System (CRS) Program, has received a reduction in our Class rating from 7 to 6, providing additional savings for taxpayers.  Our participation as a Class 6 CRS Community will provide Greece residents within the FEMA Special Flood Hazard Area with a twenty percent discount on their flood insurance policies. Benefits also include improved public safety, property loss reduction, open space and natural resource protection, and better post-disaster recovery. The Town of Greece’s level of participation currently provides policy holders within the FEMA Special Flood Hazard Area (FEMA Mapped 100-year Floodplain) with a fifteen percent discount, and our new twenty percent reduction will provide cost savings for residents with flood insurance policies. This reduction is significant as flood insurance rates have risen lately due to recent laws aimed at making the program self-funding, the elimination of subsidies, and the increased water levels we have been experiencing this year. 

The National Flood Insurance Community Rating System Program is a voluntary incentive program managed by the insurance industry and recognized by FEMA.  CRS recognizes communities for enforcing floodplain management activities that exceed the minimum National Flood Insurance Program requirements.  There are many benefits to participating in CRS, such as improved public safety, property loss reduction, open space and natural resource protection, and better post-disaster recovery.  CRS credit points are earned for a wide range of floodplain management activities, which are organized under four categories:  (1) Public Information Activities, (2) Mapping and Regulations, (3) Flood Damage Reduction Activities, and (4) Warning and Response.

In 2014, Supervisor Bill Reilich’s participation in the CRS program provided Greece residents within the FEMA Special Flood Hazard Area with a 10% discount on their flood insurance policies due to the Class 8 rating held by the Town of Greece. As a result of Supervisor Reilich’s direction, policies and continued efforts, the Town of Greece was officially acknowledged at this year’s annual meeting of the New York State Floodplain and Stormwater Managers Association for advancing the Town’s status in the Community Rating System to Class 7, which is currently the highest rating in New York State. Supervisor Reilich continued to invest in efforts aligning with flood insurance policies, resulting in the Town of Greece receiving a class 6 rating, which will be effective May 1st, 2018. This makes the Town of Greece one of only a small handful of municipalities in New York State to hold the highest rating for its efforts to protect its citizens from losses caused by flooding and notes that the Town has significantly exceeded the requirements for NFIP participation and effective floodplain management.

“Since first taking office, saving taxpayer dollars has been my top priority. Today, I am pleased to announce that through our efforts, our Town has received full approval from the NFIP for a class reduction from 7 to 6, resulting in the saving of twenty percent for all Greece residents who currently have flood insurance. I have been working tirelessly with the Greece Town Board to provide financial assistance to our water front residents who have been affected by the rising water levels this past year, and this news comes at a time when the cost of flood insurance has increased dramatically across the nation and has become a burden for many communities that are situated in a flood plain”. said Supervisor Reilich.

Supervisor Bill Reilich and the Greece Town Board will be partnering with Monroe County to hold a Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) collection at the Town of Greece Department of Public Works, 647 Long Pond Road, on Saturday, October 14, 2017 from 8:00 AM to 12:00 PM. The Town of Greece and Monroe County are providing this service to all Greece residents at no charge.

Appointments are required for this HHW program collection. This will ensure safety and reduce waiting times. Appointments can be made by calling the Office of the Supervisor at 225-2000. Appointments will be accepted until October 13th. Waste from businesses will not be accepted.

Up to 30 gallons of the following materials will be accepted per appointment at no charge:

  • Oil-based & Latex Paint (for 1/3 gallon or less of Latex Paint you simply discard the lid, add kitty litter, let dry and dispose of the can in your regular trash receptacle)
  • Wood Stain and Preservatives
  • Automotive Fluids (antifreeze; brake power steering and transmission fluids)
  • Pesticides & Fertilizers
  • Flammable Products (gasoline, kerosene, thinners, strippers, solvents)
  • Household Cleaners (liquid soaps & waxes, drain cleaners, etc.)
  • Driveway Sealer
  • Pool & Photo Chemicals
  • Rechargeable (Ni-Cad) & Button Batteries
  • Mercury (thermometers, thermostats)
  • Syringes / Sharps (safely packaged)

   Please Do Not Bring:

  • 1/3 can or Less of Latex Paint (for 1/3 can or less of latex paint: discard lid, add kitty litter, let dry, place can in trash. Less than 1/3 can will not be accepted)
  • Cans with Dried Paint? (remove lid and place in trash)
  • Used Motor Oil and Lead Acid Batteries (contact service station or retailer)
  • Empty Containers (place in trash or recycle)
  • Smoke Detectors (trash or contact manufacturer)
  • Everyday Alkaline Batteries (place in trash)
  • Propane Tanks (accepted at permanent HHW facility ONLY)
  • Cooking Oil/Cooking Grease (accepted at permanent HHW facility ONLY)
  • Glazing/Spackle and Joint Compounds (trash)
  • Asbestos (see Yellow Pages under "Asbestos Abatement")
  • Products intended for industrial use
  • Explosives/Ammunition/Black/Smokeless Powder (Call 9-1-1)
  • Shock Sensitive Materials (i.e. crystallized ethers, picric acid) (Call 9-1-1)

Greece Town Supervisor Bill Reilich and the Greece Police Department are pleased to offer an Explorer Post Recruitment Meeting on Wednesday, September 20th, 2017. This meeting will be held from 7:00pm – 9:00pm at the Greece Police Headquarters Multi-Purpose Room, located at 6 Vince Tofany Boulevard.

The Greece Police Department, in conjunction with the Exploring Division of the Seneca Waterways Council, is hosting an Exploring Post geared towards exposing 14 – 20 year-olds to the different aspects of law enforcement. This informational meeting is an opportunity to discover what the Exploring Program is all about. Participants will also meet the advisors for the Greece Police Department Explorers Post.

If you plan to attend this informal meeting or would like additional information, please e-mail This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 585-241-8560. Please note that there is a $50 registration fee that will be collected at this meeting along with a registration form that will be distributed at the event. Please make checks payable to “Seneca Waterways”. 

Supervisor Bill Reilich was pleased to join Rotary District 7120 Club President Chuck Gannon and other members of the Greece Rotary Club to announce that Rotary Club sponsored ADA accessible picnic tables are now in Greece Town Parks.

The Greece Rotary Club is a group of businesses and professional men and women from the Greece area who volunteer their time and resources to making a difference within the community. Their projects include community and club services, international services, and vocational and youth services. A few of the specific programs they have been involved in have included the Greece Rotary Annual Charity Golf Tournament, vocational scholarships for youth, the Nigerian Water Project, and the Special Olympics.

The Greece Town Parks picnic tables’ project exemplifies the mission of the Rotary Club by offering fellowship to disabled citizens, both young and old. These tables will give the handicapped person a sense of belonging to the family unit and not being left at another table or having to compromise for tables that do not fit their needs. The Greece Rotary Club generously volunteered their time and resources to assembling the tables and placing them in the parks.  

 “From playgrounds to athletic fields to canal paths, our Greece Town Parks are destination points for both Greece residents and visitors. I am thankful to the Greece Rotary Club for their interest and commitment in keeping our parks safe and inclusive environments. I am honored to partner with President Chuck Gannon and the entire Rotary District 7120 in introducing ADA accessible picnic tables to our parks! On behalf of all Greece residents, I extend my sincere appreciation for the time and effort the Greece Rotary Club pours into our community”. said Supervisor Reilich.

Supervisor Bill Reilich is partnering with Sheriff Patrick O’Flynn and the Monroe County Sheriff’s Office to host a free Senior Citizen Police Academy. This academy will offer senior citizens a unique look into the Sheriff’s office and operations. Monroe County Sheriff Patrick O’Flynn, District Attorney Sandra Doorley, the Public Defender’s office, and Family Court Judges will be participating in this informative training opportunity. As part of the program, attendees will have the opportunity to tour the Hall of Justice, the Public Safety Training Facility, and the Emergency Communications Department.

Please see below for additional information:

Dates: Thursdays, August 31 – October 19

Times: Bus leaves Greece Community and Senior Center at 8:30am sharp

Cost: Free

Registration: Is required – please stop by the Greece Community and Senior Center or call 723-2425 to register. Please note that space is limited.

Election of the North Greece Fire District 

Election of the North Greece Fire District

Supervisor Bill Reilich is pleased to partner with Monroe County and announce that Recruiting on the Road will be in the Town of Greece on Wednesday, November 1, 2017 from 1:00pm to 3:00pm at the Greece Town Hall. The mission of Recruiting on the Road is to connect employers in our region with local job seekers.

Please see below for a listing of the benefits associated for both the participating business and the job seeker:

For the Business:

  • Event promotion through participating partners, employers, and host location – at no cost to your business.
  • Opportunity to network, screen and/or interview with committed job seekers.
  • Premier opportunity to showcase your current job openings.
  • Special access to the community’s talented workforce through Recruiting on the Road’s enhanced recruiting tools.

For the Job Seeker:

  • Exclusive opportunity to connect with employers in their communities.
  • Businesses in attendance are hiring and may interview applications on site.
  • Variety of public and private sector businesses ranging from civil service to advanced manufacturing to health care and other industries.
  • Attendees are asked to come prepared for an interview, bring extra copies of their resumes and dress for success.
  • Referral to job placement and job readiness programs.

“I am proud to partner with Monroe County in bringing Recruiting on the Road to Greece”. said Supervisor Bill Reilich. “Bringing jobs to this region has been a top priority since taking office, and I encourage all Greece residents seeking employment to take advantage of this great opportunity to explore jobs in this area”.

Waterfront Residents: Please click the following link to download the Lake Ontario and Connected Waterways Assessment Relief Application. 

Lake Ontario and Connected Waterways Assessment Relief Application 

Supervisor Bill Reilich and the Greece Community and Senior Center today hosted the “Dog Days of Summer” event at the Greece Town Hall Campus. The Dog Days of Summer event is the last of three Wild Over Water (W.O.W.) Zone special events of the summer. For all events, normal splash pad and playground rules apply. For more information regarding summer activities for kids, please call the Community and Senior Center at 723-2425.  

This year’s Dog Days of Summer event boasted several festivities, including bounce houses, an arts and crafts table, hot dogs for sale, and “costumed dogs” playing soccer and other fun activities with the kids. Representatives from the Greece Public Library were also present handing out free books to kids.

“We were thrilled to see so many young residents at this year’s Dog Days of Summer event”. Said Supervisor Reilich. “It’s great seeing the community enjoy the activities, splash pad, and our new Kids Canyon Playground”.