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Due to the low Water level of Canandaigua Lake, communities who use the Lake for their Water Supply have initiated a MANDATORY WATER CONSERVATION MEASURE. As of September 17, 2016 the Following activities are PROHIBITED until this notice is specifically rescinded:
FILLING OF SWIMMING POOLS
All customers are asked to reduce their water usage as much as possible through common sense water conservation methods. Any and all conservation will help the lake recover from the drought as quickly as possible.
We will continually keep this notice up to date and post the lifting of this Restriction.
For questions, please contact Ken Potter at 585-394-3960 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you for your support in this measure.
The Town of Hopewell was part of the Phelps and Gorham purchase in 1788 and was settled in early 1789.
The Town of Hopewell strives to be a premiere community in Ontario County and the Finger Lakes Region, providing a high quality of life to its residents and an attractive location for appropriate economic development. Hopewell recognizes and understands that the primary reason people desire to live in our community is directly related to its rural quality of life, open space, and our active and vital agricultural community. It is our goal to preserve agricultural lands for our future generations.
The Town of Hopewell is home to New York State Pageant of Steam, Finger Lakes Community College, and Marvin Sands Performing Arts Center.