Village of Hilton Public Works
Mike McHenry - (585) 392-9632
Keith Brown - (585) 392-9632
Department of Public Works hours:
7:30 AM - 4:00 PM
The Robert S. Elliot Municipal Facility at 50 Henry St. was funded by a federal grant of $695,000, and was dedicated in 1978. The DPW has a yearly budget of one million dollars and employs 12 full-time workers. Responsibilities include water, sewer, streets, sidewalks, refuse recycling, collection, parks, and trailways.
Prohibition of all-night parking
Household Hazardous Waste
No vehicle shall be parked on any public highway within the corporate limits of the Village of Hilton between the hours of 12:00 midnight and 6:00 a.m. during the period beginning November 1 and ending April 1 of each year.
Most household paint and chemicals are safe when used and stored properly. When disposed of improperly, household wastes can become environmental hazards. Monroe County provides residents with a way to safely recycle or dispose of these items free of charge. Please contact Monroe County Dept of Environmental Services at 753-7600 (option 3) for an appointment.
View the acceptable materials list
Refuse Law and Recycling Program
Includes information on Leaf Collection, Yard Waste & Recyclables
Our water source is Lake Ontario. After filtration, disinfection, and flouride treatment by the Monroe County Water Authority Shoremont Treatment Plant in Greece, the treated water is distributed to, and purchased by, the Village of Hilton.
2013 Water Quality Report
Submit your water meter reading online
Stormwater Coalition Report for Monroe County Members 2009
The Stormwater Coalition
What You Should Know About Lawn Fertilizer
The Village of Hilton is responsible for the sanitary and storm sewer mains only. Laterals to the house are the responsibility of the resident. Sewer fees are $125.00 annually and are included on the Village tax bill.
On street parking is prohibited from November 1 to April 1 between midnight and 6 AM to allow for snow removal.
If you have any questions please feel free to call the Public Works Dept at 392-9632.