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Emergency Services:
  Ontario County Sheriff
  East Bloomfield-Holcomb Volunteer Fire Department

Schools:
  High School
  Elementary School
  Nursery School

Landfill/Transfer Station:
  Hazardous Waste Disposal
  Recycling Tips

Organizations:
  Rotary
  Garden Club
  Historical Society
  American Legion
  Radio Museum
  Bloomfield Public Library
  Bloomfield Scientific Club
  Fortnightly Club
 

Boy Scout Troop 55

Genesee Valley Aero Modelers

  Ontario County Humane Society, Inc - Happy Tails Animal Shelter
  4-H 2017 Summer Programs
  Veterans ID Card Program

Businesses:
 

Bloomfield offers a wide array of merchants who serve the needs of residents without having to travel to neighboring towns. There are directories of such merchants available on the Internet; two are listed here. More are expected to be added in the future, so please check back often!

www.bloomfieldbuzz.com
www.bloomfieldantiquecountrymile.com

 

Emergency Services:

Ontario County Sheriff
Address: 74 Ontario Street, Canandaigua, NY 14424
Phone: 585-396-4560 (Dial 911 in an emergency)
Description: The Office of Sheriff, County of Ontario, will deliver effective and responsive law enforcement services to all citizens of Ontario County in a fair and equitable manner. As an integral part of the Ontario County community, we are committed to communicating with those we serve and to join with them in establishing priorities to enhance the quality of life for the entire community. The Office of Sheriff, County of Ontario, is dedicated to servicing and protecting the public, in order to make Ontario County a safe place in which to reside, work or travel.
Web Site: www.co.ontario.ny.us/sheriff

East Bloomfield-Holcomb Volunteer Fire Department
Address: 105 Main Street, Bloomfield
Phone: (585) 657-7422 (Dial 911 in an emergency)
Description: In 1922, thirty nine men of the East Bloomfield-Holcomb community gathered together and formed what is now known as the East Bloomfield-Holcomb Fire Department. With the small financial resources available, the Department’s first piece of fire fighting equipment was a hand-drawn, two wheeled cart carrying water and a chemical solution that was mixed at the scene of the fire.

In 1925, a conventional fire truck was purchased and the East Bloomfield-Holcomb Fire Department was on its way into the era of mechanical equipment. Today, the Department has two 1250 gal. per minute pumpers, each carrying 1,000 gallons of water. One 1,000 gal. per minute mini-pumper, one 2,000 gal. tanker truck, one 4-wheel drive brush truck, and two ambulances. Monies for all equipment, minus the ambulances, are provided by the collection of a fire tax through the East Bloomfield-Holcomb Fire District.

The ambulances are owned by the Fire Department members and are kept up to date by generous donations from the community. There are approximately 75 active members in the Fire Department, all who must stay up to date on the most current EMS and fire fighting techniques. The East Bloomfield-Holcomb Fire Department is a total volunteer organization and is in constant need of new volunteers.
Web Site: eastbloomfieldfiredept.org

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Schools:

High School /Middle
Address: 21 Oakmount Avenue
Phone: (585) 657-6121 ext. 1005
Description: Public school serving grades 6-12. The school provides a wide variety of opportunities for learning, intellectual growth, good fellowship, sports and co-curricular and extra-curricular activities.

Elementary School
Address: 45 Maple Ave
Phone: (585) 657-6121 ext. 2004

Description: Public school serving grades 1-5. The school focus is on developing literate students with strong character who will become life long learners and productive citizens.

 
School's Web Site: www.bloomfieldcsd.org

Bloomfield Cooperative Nursery School
Address: Park Place at State
Phone: (585) 657-6973
Description: The Bloomfield Nursery School is a non-sectarian, non-profit organization dedicated to enriching the experience of preschool children enrolled in its program. It strives to develop positive self-concepts and peer relationships. It also strives to build a more positive relationship between parent and child by being a cooperative nursery school.
Web Site: Bloomfield Cooperative Nursery

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Landfill/Transfer Station:

Hazardous Waste Disposal

Address: The Town of East Bloomfield shares a landfill transfer/recycling station with the Town of Bristol. The transfer station is located at 3901 County Road 2 in the Town of Bristol. Town of East Bloomfield residents should drive south on Oakmount Road which turns into County Road 2 for approximately 6 miles, and the Transfer station will be on the east side of County Road 2.

Hours: 8:00 AM----2:00 PM Saturday
Fees: $4.00 per 33 gal. bag.

Recycling, scrap metal, refrigerators/freezers w/ doors removed, washing machines, dryers, other white goods are free.

Please call Pratt’s Disposal 585-657-7769 with further questions

See recycling tips (below) for further information on recycling.

Recycling Tips


MATERIALS

Glass -clear, green, and colored
Paper -office paper, computer paper, school paper, junk mail, catalogs, magazines, fax paper, envelopes, phone books
Newspaper -including inserts
Aluminum -aluminum foil, cans, pie tins, empty aerosol cans (except those containing paints or pesticides)
Tin -food cans
Old License Plates -defaced (paint over or cut in half)
Plastics -numbers 1-7 (five gallon containers not accepted)
Gable Top Containers -milk and juice cartons (remove lids), and juice boxes
Paperboard -and cereal boxes, food packaging (no wax coatings), and gift boxes
Boxboard  
Corrugated -including clean pizza boxes
Textiles - drop off at local transfer stations in dry, clean, and clear plastic bags
Cardboard -break down cardboard into pieces no larger than 4 feet in width and length

Preparation

1. Separate all paper products from containers.
2. Mix paper products together (PAPER, NEWSPAPERS, PAPERBOARD, AND BOXBOARD). Remove pieces with food or wax coatings, break down cardboard to no larger than 4 feet. Use extra containers to put out paper products or use paper bags. Do not use plastic bags.
3. Mix containers, rinse, and remove lids.

Special Considerations

  1. Do NOT bag loose paper, remove plastic packaging from mail promotions.
  2. Use CLEAR plastic bags ONLY for SHREDDED office paper and loose Styrofoam packaging peanuts.
  3. Transfer station patrons: please recycle regularly to avoid overload of materials that can overwhelm systems.

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Organizations:

Bloomfield Rotary
Meeting Time & Location: Mondays, 7:30 AM, Veterans Park located at 6910 Rts 5&20
Phone Number: (585) 657-6101
Description: Rotary International is comprised of over 1.3 million members in over 31,000 clubs in more than 166 countries worldwide. The goals of Rotary are to provide humanitarian services, to encourage high ethical standards, and to help build goodwill and peace in the world. Bloomfield Rotary focuses on raising funds to help make our own community and our world a better place to live. All of our funds come from the hard work and dedication of our members.
Web Site: Bloomfield Rotary Web Site


Bloomfield Garden Club

Address: PO Box 54 Bloomfield, NY 14469
Description: The Bloomfield Garden Club, founded in 1971, has an active membership of forty-two women. Meetings are held the third Thursday of every month at 11:45 AM in the Town Hall, 99 Main Street. Members stimulate and share knowledge and love of gardening through lectures, workshops and projects. Other purposes of the club are to aid in the protection of plants, trees, and birds and to encourage civic plantings and beautification of homes and community through a better understanding of horticulture and natural resources. Other important, yearly commitments of the club are: providing live, green wreaths twinkling with tiny lights for the Village of Bloomfield, decorating F.F. Thompson Hospital in Canandaigua for the holidays, and maintaining Pickle Park.

To finance these many activities, the club relies on its annual, spring plant sale. Each year in May, the public is able to purchase beautiful plants at reasonable prices from the club.


Historical Society
Address: PO Box 212, 8 South Avenue, East Bloomfield, 14443
Phone Number: 585-657-7244
Description: The Bloomfield Academy Museum faces the Village Green and is a restored school building (circa 1838). The museum is open Apr- Dec, Wed-Fri, 9-3 PM, and other times by appointment. Free admission.
Web Site:www.ebhs1838events.org     Email director@ebhs1838.org

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American Legion

Address: Bloomfield Savage Post #970, PO Box 41, East Bloomfield, NY 14443.

Phone: 585-657-6766
Description: Bloomfield Savage Post 970 was named in honor of Murray Savage of Bristol, New York, who gave his life on October 8, 1918 in France. Murray Savage served in the All-American Division of the U.S. Army and was a good buddy of Sergeant Alvin York, the highest decorated soldier of World War I.

Bloomfield Savage Post 970 was chartered in 1923 by the Department of New York American Legion. The Post home, on Rt. 5&20 was built mostly by members’ devoted labor and was dedicated on October 12, 1974. However, due to low active membership and costs, in 2006 the members of Bloomfield Savage Post 970 turned over the ownership of the Legion Post and 18 acres of land to the Town of East Bloomfield for a small fee. This will keep the building and lands in a community wide use as it was met to be. Legionnaires will continue to use the building for their meetings and fund raising events. The American Legion is continually looking for new members. Anyone that has been in the military service should contact Robert Spike, 585-657-7467, to see if you are eligible to belong to this organization that sponsors many activities in the community, such as the commemorative service held each Memorial Day in Elton Park.


Antique Wireless Association Museum
Address: 6925 Rt. 5 & 20
Phone: (585) 657-6260
Description: Founded in 1952, and now chartered by the State of New York as a not-for-profit educational entity, our museum is truly blessed with some of the finest artifacts to be found anywhere in the world. The museum charter covers the broad spectrum of electronic communications from the earliest telegraph and telephone period, through the exciting growth period of radio and wireless development and continuing through modern times. The building is one hundred and fifty years old and a celebrated landmark of the Finger Lakes region. The Bloomfield, New York Historical Society occupies the first floor of the building and the AWA Museum resides on the second and third floors.
Email: egable@rochester.rr.com
Web Site: www.antiquewireless.org/museum/museum.htm

Bloomfield Public Library
Address: 9 Church Street
Phone: (585) 657-6264
Description: The Bloomfield Public Library serves people of all ages and provides materials, programs, information and service to meet community needs. The Bloomfield Public Library is a member of the Pioneer Library System.
Email: bloomfieldpubliclibrary.wordpress.com
Web Site: www.bloomfieldpubliclibrary.org

Hrs of Operation:

Monday- 2:30 - 8:00 pm

Tuesday- 10 am -12 noon & 2:30 - 8:00 pm

Wednesday- 2:30 - 8:00 pm

Thursday- 10 am - 12 noon & 2:30 - 8:00 pm

Friday - 2:30 - 6:30 pm

Saturday - 10:00 am - 2 pm

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Bloomfield Scientific Club
Address: Meetings are held the 2nd Tuesday of the month (October - June) starting at 6:30 at the Holloway House or Cheap Charlie's restaurant.
Phone: If interested in memberships call 657-6927.
Description: The Bloomfield Scientific Club was established on October 11, 1903 at the home of John L. Buell for the purpose of enlightenment on subjects of interest in the scientific field. It was originally formed as a men's club which through the years has not changed and is still true today. (Note: Around the same year the Scientific Club was established the Ladies formed the Bloomfield Fortnightly Club which also still is active this day)

From that day forward for over 103 years the Club has met continuously providing programs of interest to its members. Today, meetings provide an occasion to enjoy a dinner and program while in the good company of your neighbors and friends in a social setting. The Club holds Ladies Night and Guest night each year providing an opportunity for all to enjoy the evening. Membership is open to all male applicants with dues being $15.00 per year payable each October.
Email: wburlin1@rochester.rr.com


Fortnightly Club

Meeting Time and Location: Meets every two weeks on Wednesdays (6 months a year), times vary, locations include a variety of public buildings and restaurants in Bloomfield.
Phone: If you would like to know more about this special club or are interested in becoming a member, please contact Sheila Thomas at 657-5347.

Description: On November 26, 1899 the Fortnightly Club, East Bloomfield’s oldest club, was organized.  Mrs. Loring Brunson and her daughter, Fannie, are credited with the idea of forming the ladies club.  The organization began with 16 members.  The club’s constitution states,   “the objective of this club shall be to promote the intellectual and conversational development of its members”.  This has been a lasting and commendable goal of the Fortnightly Club.  At the turn of the 20th Century, women’s issues became a popular topic for the ladies programs.  An early 1900’s program was entitled, “Emancipation of Women Through the Club”.  In the 1920’s Mrs. Munson suggested, “that as we are now citizens and voters it would be well in connection with our club work to take up a course of study preparing for our new duties”.  Today the club’s programs still reflect the ladies’ great interest in our country’s obligations and the history of our community.  A “Birthday Luncheon” has been held every year since the club’s creation over 1oo years ago.  For several years the luncheon has been held at the Holloway House where many of the early meetings were held.  The Holloway House was the former residence of Mrs. Isadore Munson, one of the club’s charter members, so holding the club’s birthday luncheons there has become a treasured tradition.

Through the years, the Fortnightly Club has supported many charities.  Two of these projects have remained the club’s favorites since their inception.  In 1944, the ladies initiated a yearly award for the most outstanding BCS Junior class girl chosen by the faculty and her classmates.  The girl is chosen for her excellent scholarship and leadership qualities.  The recipient receives a necklace marked the Fortnightly Club and a plaque is hung in the school recognizing the student.  The Caney Creek project was started in 1949.  A yearly collection of Christmas “Pretties” (gifts) was sent to the poor children of Appalachia.  This project has now changed to a yearly Christmas donation to the Alice Lloyd College that was founded to help educate the students of this Kentucky area.  It has been a very satisfying endeavor.

Email: sqth963@peoplepc.com

Boy scout troop 55
Meeting Time and Location: Thursdays, 7:00 - 8:30 PM, basement of the Congregational Church (Corner of South Avenue and St. Rt. 5 & 20).
Description:   Troop 55 is sponsored by the Bloomfield Rotary and meets weekly from September through the end of May. The troop is in the Arrowhead District of the Fingerlakes Boy Scout Council officed in Geneva, New York. The troop was first chartered in 1922.

Some of the troop's annual activities are: attendance at three district camping events, a week of summer camp at Camp Babcock-Hovey on Seneca Lake, collecting food for local food pantries and road side clean-ups with the Bloomfield Rotary. Along with monthly weekend camp-outs during the scouting year, the troop also plans and does a variety of other activities.

High Adventure canoe and camping trips are conducted every other summer as well. A recent trip took members to the wilds of Algonquin Provincal Park in Ontario, Canada. Troop members have also attended national jamborees and the Boy Scouts of America's Philmont Ranch in New Mexico over the years.

The troop does not collect dues from its members but conducts several fundraising events throughout the year. Popcorn sales, pancake breakfast, bowl-a-thon and working with the Rotary's food consession at the yearly Hill Cumorah Pageant each summer are some of the various ways that the troop meets it's financial needs.

Contact information:

Troup 55 Committee Chairman: John Lane

Website:  bsatroop55.com

 
Genesee valley aero modelers
Meeting Time and Location: (May through Sept.)Thursday evenings, flying field located on Middle Rd. at Curtis Rd.,Honeoye. (October through April) Second Thursday of the month, 7:30 PM, East Bloomfield Town Hall.
Description:  

The Genesee Valley Aero Modelers is a group of individuals with an interest in radio control flight.  They have diverse interests including scale modeling, competitive flying, gliders, and recreational flight.  The club is located in the Honeoye Lake area.  Spectators are welcome to drop in at the field located on Middle Road at Curtis Road to learn more about this exciting hobby.

During the flying season (May through September), club nights are Thursday evenings and that is an excellent time to drop by the field in Honeoye, but there are members flying at many other times during the week.  From October through April, indoor club meetings are held the second Thursday of every month at the East Bloomfield Town Hall at 7:30pm.

For individuals interested in getting started in radio control modeling, joining a club is an excellent way to get information on building and learning to fly model aircraft. There are members with many years of experience that are willing to share their knowledge with individuals that are new to the hobby.

We also have designated instructors that are willing to donate their time to teach a limited number of new members how to fly each year. A new program sponsored by the club is a flight school to help non-members learn to fly R/C airplanes for a nominal field use fee. For details on this program, contact any club officer or flight instructor.

If you have a serious interest or simply would like to see how a model aircraft flies please feel free to stop by our field whenever members are flying.  If you have questions and would like to speak with someone before coming out, please use contact info. below.

Contact information:

Glenn Crocker at 585-248-5133

Website:  www.gvam.org


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