As always, please stay alert to Highway work crews as we address highway issues such as road surfacing, repairs and ditching. Please drive with caution through work zones. Remember patience is a virtue often called upon during the road construction season.
Planned Road Work
- Planned Town Roadwork for 2023
Appletree Road–The second round of stone and oil from 33A, West to Johnson Road will be applied with striping to complete that project.
Robertson Road will be in place recycled and widened from Palmer Road to Attridge Road.
Green and Chili Avenue Ext – True and leveling Parish
Chili Riga Tl. Rd will be closed for one day in early spring for a culvert replacement on the South end this will be a joint project with the Town of Chili seeing the road is maintained by both jurisdictions.
You will often see trucks from other towns in Riga helping us with projects and our trucks helping other towns with county and town roadwork.
We can complete large projects helping one another, as we would not be able to complete on our own.
- HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS WASTE
can be disposed of at the Monroe
County eco park. You can visit the Monroe County Eco park website at: http://www.monroecounty.gov/ecopark/ for an appointment. Or call (585) 753-7600 for information or appointment.
Address: 10 Avion Dr,
Rochester, NY 14624 (off Paul Road on south end of Airport)
Brush and limb pickup
Week of May 1st, 2023
HELP WANTED – FULL TIME
Town of Riga Highway Department
The Town of Riga has an opening for a Motor Equipment Operator (MEO). Class A CDL license preferred. Class B CDL with Air Brake Endorsement is the minimum qualification. Two years’ experience in the operation of construction tools, equipment, and manual labor minimum. Snow plowing, mechanical aptitude, ability to lift 75 lbs. repeatedly is required. Applicant must be able to work all shifts with 24-hour call-in availability and must be able to work under extreme weather conditions. Applications are available at the Riga Town Hall, 6460 Buffalo Rd., at the Highway Department, 6475 Buffalo Rd. or at www.townofriga.com.
Return completed applications to Town of Riga Highway Department
6475 Buffalo Road 14428
Normal Hours of Operation:
Winter (December – March) 24 Hours – Sunday through Saturday
Early Spring (April) 7:00 am to 3:30 pm – Monday through Friday
Spring and Summer (May, September) – 6:30 am to 4:00 pm (Monday through Thursday) 6:30 am to 10:30 am (Fridays)
Fall (October, November) – 7:00 am to 3:30 pm (Monday through Friday)
Office Phone: (585) 293.2530
Office Fax: (585) 293.2782
Superintendents Cell: (585) 733.3808
E-Mail Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Dispatch/Foreman: (585) 281.3438
Town Of Riga 2023 Highway Department Holiday Schedule
Friday, April 7, 2023, Good Friday
Monday, May 29, 2023, Memorial Day
Monday, June 19, 2023, Juneteenth Day
Monday, July 3, 2023, Floater
Tuesday, July 4, 2023, Independence Day
Wednesday, July 5, 2023, Floater
Monday, September 4, 2023, Labor Day
Tuesday, September 5, 2023, Floater
Monday, October 9, 2023, Columbus Day
Thursday, November 23, 2023, Thanksgiving Day
Monday, December 25, 2023, Christmas
Consider this when you winterize your mailbox.
When the State, County and Town of Riga install any object, (mainly signs) in the Right-of-Way; they always use breakaway post systems.
We would not do this unless forced to do so by the legal system.
So when you are inspecting and repairing your mailbox system, do you really want to use any post that is any stronger than a 4×4?
Check with your insurance company, if they will cover any post stronger than a 4×4.
If your mailbox system is damaged during snow removal operations the Town Board has authorized a 4×4 post and the standard size metal mailbox as the only replacements, regardless of what you have installed.
The highway crew will repair any mailbox system they damaged to serviceable condition, not necessarily a new system.
Whose Road is it anyway?
For your reference I have provided a list of roads in the Town of Riga and the municipal jurisdiction of each road. This helps explain the responsibility and the difference in services provided on each road. For example, dead deer killed in the road. The Town will pick-up and dispose of deer from a Town Road and we contract with the County to provide this service for their roadways.
The State on the other hand has contracted with a private vendor for this service on their highways. That’s why the Town Highway Department can remove a dead deer the day we receive notification, where the deer could remain for some time on a state Highway awaiting the vendor response.
Another example is roadside mowing; the Town mows Town roadsides and the County contracts with the Town to mow their roadsides. Where-as the State DOT mows the State highways.
BOVEE (Brew to Bergen TL)
BUNNY RUN (Ogden maintains ROW)
BURNT MILL, N.
BURNT MILL, S.
CHILI AVE. EXT.
CHILI-RIGA TL (Green to Griffin)
KENDALL (McIntosh to Bergen)
ROBERTSON (Palmer to Attridge)
BOVEE (Malloch to Brew)
CHILI-RIGA TL (Griffin to Hosmer)
KENDALL (Bangs to McIntosh)
ROBERTSON (Rt. 36 to Palmer)
33 – BUFFALO ROAD
33A – CHILI-RIGA CTR. RD.
36 – WASHINGTON
36 – CHURCHVILLE-RIGA RD.
36 – RIGA-MUMFORD RD.