• Summer Playground - Resident Registration - April 23rd

    Town of Henrietta Parks and Recreation Department Summer Playground! Games, outdoor activities, craft projects, special events, field trips, and more! Children must be part of the Rush-Henrietta School District to Read More

    The Town of Henrietta is looking to fill a Permanent part-time position in the Finance Department.  Job Duties Processing and posting accounts payable invoices Processing check runs Assisting the Payroll Read More
  • Request of the Historic Site Committee

    ATTENTION: If you own a property in a historic site district and have expressed interest in purchasing a historic marker for your property, the deadline to return the order form Read More
  • Henrietta Public Library Presents

    Join us at the Henrietta Public Library, Thursday, March 8th at 7:00 PM, for a panel discussion on the opioid crisis in Monroe County. Moderated by David Attridge from Recovery Read More
  • Library Construction Update

         Click below to view Monthly construction updates    January 2018  February 2018     Read More
  • Recreation Dept Summer Positions Available

    The Recreation Department is now accepting employment applications for summer positions.  Youth volunteer applications will be accepted beginning February 1, 2018.  Please complete and submit to Henrietta Parks and Recreation, Read More
  • New hours at the Henrietta Public Library!

    You asked, we listened. We’re extending our hours after Labor Day. Starting September 5th we will be open Monday through Thursday from 9 am – 9pm, Friday from 11 am - 5 Read More
  • Project Shine Recognized

    The Henrietta Recreation Project Shine program was recently recognized by the Dolomite Group for service provided to the youth of the community. Project Shine keeps students in grades 7-10 in Read More
  • Henrietta Dog Park Registration

    Henrietta’s Dog Park at Lookup Park has been a hit with many of our furry friends! We are now accepting new and renewal Applications for the Dog Park Permits at Read More
  • How to use the "Read More" Button

    When you click the "Read More" button, the entire article will be displayed on the page below, including any links that are referenced.  Just scroll down to read more! Read More
  • Your Passport to the World

    When you have your Passport Application processed here, in the Town of Henrietta, you not only receive the finest service, you are also helping to keep Town property taxes among Read More
  • 2017 Final Assessment Roll

    The 2017 Final Assessment Roll is now available.  This will be the basis for the property taxes levied by the Town of Henrietta, Monroe County, and the Rush-Henrietta Central School Read More
  • What Happened at Town Board

    Town Board Meeting – March 14th, 2018, 7:00pm RESOLUTION #6-105/2018 Authorize Accounts Payable RESOLUTION #6-106/2018 Approve Establishment of Extension No. 220 (Lehigh Station and East River Road Apartments) to Henrietta Sewer Read More
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Upcoming Events

22 Mar 2018
07:30PM -
Parks & Recreation Advisory Board Meeting
26 Mar 2018
04:30PM -
Town Board Workshop
27 Mar 2018
07:00AM -
Planning Board Meeting
28 Mar 2018
07:00PM -
Town Board Meeting
03 Apr 2018
07:00PM -
Conservation Board Meeting


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The Crossroads of Monroe County

When Henrietta officially became a town in 1818, it also became the crossroad of Monroe County. The pioneers settled here on the various crossroads of the town and agriculture became their prominent occupation. Not only is Henrietta the geographical center of the county, it has also become the apex for business and commerce, culture and history. The history of Henrietta began with the sale of land that is known as the Phelps and Gorham Purchase This purchase opened up western New York State for development after the Revolutionary War. It included over a million acres starting north from Lake Ontario and south to the Pennsylvania border; east from Geneva and west to the Genesee river.