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A message from Margaret Duff,
the Mayor of the Village of Geneseo, NY
Residents and visitors to Geneseo have once again demonstrated that they care about our community and our neighbors during this challenging time. People have been diligent in the region about following the guidelines to keep those around us; family, friends and strangers, safe from contracting COVID-19. This diligent and respectful behavior has allowed our region to be one of the first to begin opening back up.
Please keep in mind that we are not out of the woods yet. I am asking that everyone continue to show that same diligence as you move from being mostly shut in with members of your household to moving about in public. Most importantly, wear your masks in public, practice social distancing and continue washing your hands and disinfecting common surfaces. These guidelines are so you protect others and they in turn protect you. It is not easy and I know everyone is anxious for life to return to normal. By following these few simple rules, we will get there sooner.
The Village Offices have a new look to allow social distancing for visitors and protection of employees. We have a new addition. There is a red drop box for people wanting to pay water bills, taxes, and parking tickets. It is located just inside and to the right as you enter the door to the Geneseo Police Department at 119 Main Street. This is permanent. This addition will protect people hesitant to enter the office. It also mamakes it easier to pay bills for anyone who is not in Geneseo during our regular business hours.
I hope when you are able to get out and about, you support our local businesses. They have worked hard to just keep the lights on and need all our support to be able to continue to provide goods and services unavailable elsewhere.
Again, I wish to thank all in Geneseo and Livingston County for taking this situation seriously and keeping us all safe.
A message from William Wadsworth,
the Supervisor of the Town of Geneseo, NY
Located near the ancient Seneca Indian meeting place called Big Tree, Geneseo (Seneca for Beautiful Valley) was, and continues to be, an important crossroad where people gather to live and interact in a regional center of family, education and commerce. It is only natural that SUNY Geneseo was established here. It is also natural that business has thrived here through many of our nation's challenging times. People like it here.
Geneseo has a growing tourism industry with many fine and varied accommodations. Geneseo is home to the Livingston County Historical Society and the 1941 Historical Aircraft Museum. There are art galleries, restaurants, and wineries.
Residents and visitors have access to public parks and open spaces for biking, hiking, historic sights, walking tours, winter fun, and water sports on Conesus Lake and the Genesee River.
We believe in Geneseo; good people live here and contribute through a myriad of public and private organizations to bring excellence to the forefront of our experience. Geneseo is a resilient community able to grow with hands firmly fixed on what is great about our past and what is possible for our future.