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Washington Grove Proposal

Learn the latest at Friends of Washington Grove’s website.

Senior Ride Program

What’s Going on With Proposed Monroe Ave. Development?


Impact studies were submitted and are under review by the Board. Read the D&C article.

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DOT Study Sites Numerous Concerns and Delays on Monroe Ave


Development Counter to Resident Vision


Send Comments to the Town Board:


james.vogel@townofbrighton.org

louise.novros@townofbrighton.org

jason.diponzio@townofbrighton.org

chris.werner@townofbrighton.org

william.moehle@townofbrighton.org

Help Keep our Neighborhood Strong

In addition to unkept properties, a recent report shows abandoned houses drag down surrounding home values and can impact the economic health and public safety of entire communities.  Do your part in keeping our neighborhood a safe and enjoyable place to live. Learn more.


Support the Bel-Air Neighborhood Association. Sign up for annual dues now.

Support those in need throughout the year.

Bel-Air United


In Bel-Air, our neighbors come from all backgrounds, ethnicities, religions, genders, and sexual orientations. The Bel-Air neighborhood association exists, in part, to help bring people together. In these current times, we encourage everyone more than ever to connect with and support each other in our neighborhood.


New NY Hotline

Report bias or discrimination at 1.888.392.3644


Show Continued Support

Many Bel-Air residents joined marches in Rochester, Seneca Falls, and in our nation’s capital to show support for the rights of women and all people. To continue supporting this cause visit the Women’s march website.











To learn more and volunteer, click here.

Brighton Neighbors Walked the Brickyard Trail to Show Unity on 11-20-16; Event Joined by Town Supervisor

Kids Art Exhibition

Thurs., Aug. 24, 5.30 - 7 p.m. 254 Oakdale Drive