Yes. We offer Monroe County Home Improvement Grants and Accessibility Grants.
You can e-mail your name, address and phone number to Supervisors Office, Supervisor’s Secretary or phone her at (585) 359-7001.
No, you must be current on your property taxes and your mortgage.
Prior HIP grant recipients may apply for one repeat grant 10 years after completion of the first project.
Yes, we review all sales on a continuous basis. The sale price of your home will be taken into consideration but is only one factor as we go through that process.
Yes. Income limits as of 4/27/09 are as follows:
No, not right away. You have to live in the home for at least one year before applying. Prior first time homebuyer grant recipients are not eligible to apply until the five-year affordability period has expired. Property value must be within maximum FHA mortgage limits.
Property tax exemptions generally apply only to owner-occupied property. To receive these exemptions, you must prove that address to be your primary residence, which is best done with a current NYS driver license.
Law enforcement in the town is handled by the Monroe County Sheriff’s Department. However, you may request our speed monitor on your street; this portable unit shows the posted speed limit and the speed of the oncoming vehicle. Call the Highway Department at (585) 359-7005.