ROCHESTER ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
Arts & Culture Commission
The Arts & Culture Commission shall consist of nine (9) members including one member of the Rochester City government; one member from the business community; one member from the education community; one member who is the Rochester Poet Laureate or person from the literary arts community; and five members who are actively engaged in the arts, culture and heritage community. All members shall be appointed by the Rochester City Council. The members of the Commission shall be appointed for terms of three years.
Historic District Commission
The Historic District Commission shall consist of seven (7) members and up to five (5) alternate members. Two regular members and two alternate members are designated for a member of the City Council and a member of the Planning Board who shall be appointed by that board. All members except for the Planning Board member shall be appointed by the Rochester City Council. The members of the Historic District Commission shall be appointed for terms of three years.
An initiative to develop the natural resources of the water, walking paths, and nature trails.
Rochester Economic Development Commission (REDC)
The economic development commission is an advisory group to the City Council, to develop economic development goals and objectives, including strategic planning. Representatives from the business community and diverse industries are committed to enhancing and encouraging the all business growth within the City.
Rochester Farmers Market
A civic enagement intiative in the city of Rochester, their mission is to help Rochester residents talk and work together to create communities that work for everyone. Click their link above for updated topics and meeting schedule.
Rochester Main Street
Rochester Museum of Fine Arts
The Rochester Museum of Fine Arts (RMFA) is an all-volunteer, community art initiative dedicated to the accessibility of contemporary works made by regionally, nationally, and internationally recognized artists. Founded in 2011, the RMFA works to enrich people’s lives through the presentation of fine art. The permanent collection and other rotating exhibitions are prominently displayed in the halls and Suite 135 of the James W. Foley Memorial Community Center and Rochester Public Library.
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