• 2016 Antoinette Brown Blackwell Awards Announced

    The Antionette Brown Blackwell Society's 34th Annual Awards Ceremony was held at the Town Hall on Wednesday, May 4th, 2016.  This year's Scholarship Winners are Eric “Keidai” Lee (left) and Read More
  • Help Wanted - Recreation Assistants

      Looking for assistants to work in a variety of  summer recreation programs geared for children ages 3 – 14 years old.  If you are interested, please call Henrietta Parks Read More
  • May is "Preservation Month"

    In recognition of May as Preservation Month, below are some suggestions of ways to celebrate: Read up on your community’s history. Talk to local preservationists and learn more about their Read More
  • 2016 Tentative Assessment Roll

    The 2016 Tentative 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
  • Summer Recreation Program Registration

    Summer Recreation Program Registration begins on the following: Residents - April 11thNon-Residents - April 25thResident Swim Lesson Registration Only - April 18thNon-Resident Swim Lesson Registration only - April 25th  Click Here to Download the Read More
  • After School Program 2016 - 2017 Registration

    Henrietta residents enrolled in the Henrietta Recreation After school Program are grandfathered in until they age out of the program.  A lottery-style registration process for remaining spaces will be held Read More
  • Congratulations to the 2016 Youth Hall of Fame Inductees!

      26 TO BE INDUCTED INTO THE 2016 HENRIETTA YOUTH HALL OF FAME The Henrietta Youth Board will continue a tradition begun in 1976 by recognizing 26 young people's accomplishments Read More
  • 2016 Combined Town & County Tax Collection

    Tax bills were mailed to real property owners on December 31st.  If you are responsible for payment and have not received your tax bill by January 8th, please call (585) Read More
  • Recreation Center Construction Update

      Click Below to view Monthly construction updates:  May 2016 April 2016 March 2016 February 2016  January 2016 December 2015           Read More
  • What Happened at Town Board

    Town Board Meeting – May 18th, 2016, 7:00pm RESOLUTION #12-108/2016 Authorize Accounts Payable RESOLUTION #12-109/2016 Accept Stormwater Coalition of Monroe County 2015-2016 Joint Annual Report for Compliance with the Phase 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
  • 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
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Upcoming Events

30 May 2016
Memorial Day - Offices Closed
31 May 2016
04:30PM -
Town Board Workshop
01 Jun 2016
07:00PM -
Town Board Meeting
07 Jun 2016
07:00PM -
Conservation Board Meeting
08 Jun 2016
06:15PM -
Library 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.