City of Rochester Search Result Rss 12:00:00 AM&maxdatecreated=4/30/2031 10:17:54 PM&datesearchfield=DateCreated&categories= Winter 2016 Tuesday Topics at Central Library <p>All Tuesday Topics presentations are in Kate Gleason Auditorium on the first floor of Central Library's Bausch and Lomb Public Library Building, 115 South Avenue in downtown Rochester. Presentations are held on Tuesdays from 12:12 - 12:52 p.m. </p> City of Rochester 12/10/2015 News Release - Mayor Warren, Council President Scott Announce Format, Topics for Body Worn Camera Meetings <strong>(Tuesday, Nov. 10, 2015) –</strong> Mayor Lovely A. Warren, City Council President Loretta C. Scott and Police Chief Michael Ciminelli today announced the discussion topics and format for the upcoming public meetings on the Rochester Police Department’s Body Worn Camera Program. City of Rochester 11/10/2015 News Release - Mayor Warren Invites Community to City Hall to Discuss City’s 2016-17 Fiscal Year Budget <strong>(Wednesday, April 20, 2016) –</strong> Mayor Lovely Warren will lead a facilitated work session to obtain community input on the City’s 2016-17 budget at 6 p.m. on Thursday, April 21 in the City Hall Atrium, 30 Church St. City of Rochester 4/20/2016 News Release - One City, Many Faiths, One Hope - Interfaith Conference to Take Place October 14 <p>Mayor Robert J. Duffy today joined the Rev. James J. Cherry of Aenon Baptist Church; Isobel Goldman of the Jewish Community Federation; Dr. Muhammad Shafiq of Nazareth College; and Anne-Marie Brogan from St. Mary’s Church to announce that the One City, Many Faiths, One Hope interfaith conference will take place at the Hyatt Regency hotel downtown, 8 a.m. – 5 p.m., Wed., Oct. 14. Rev. Dr. Prince J. Singh, Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Rochester will be the keynote speaker. </p> City of Rochester 9/29/2010 Body Worn Camera Project - Community Input Sessions The citizens of Rochester were invited to attend five community input sessions during the months of November and December 2015 at various locations throughout the City. Input from the citizens was recorded by impartial facilitators and the results of the five meetings were summarized to provide some guidance to the policy development team. City of Rochester 1/20/2016 Rochester Police Department Accreditation <p>Accreditation ensures that law enforcement agencies provide progressive, customer focused services and meet the highest professional standards, in which all agency members can take pride. The Rochester Police Department received national recognition after receiving its accreditation. Accreditation was granted by</p> City of Rochester 9/30/2015 News Release - Rochester Police Chief Sheppard to Appear on CityWise <strong>(Wednesday, June 20, 2012) –</strong> Rochester Police Chief James Sheppard will be featured on the Thursday, June 21 episode of CityWise to discuss current topics within the city and the department. <br /><br /> City of Rochester 6/21/2012 News Release - Small Business Programs Held at Central Library The Business and Social Sciences Division of the Central Library of Rochester and Monroe County and the College at Brockport Small Business Development Center are offering a continuing series of free programs on small business topics. The program series takes place at the <b>Central Library in the Kate Gleason Auditorium of the Bausch &amp;amp; Lomb Public Library Building, 115 South Ave.</b> and it targets aspiring and current small business owners. <span>The 2010-2011 series began in September and continues through June of 2011.</span> City of Rochester 4/20/2011 News Release - City12 to air &#39;Regents Review Live&#39; <p>Students preparing to take their New York State Regents Exams can tune in to City12 to fine tune their skills. Beginning May 4, City12, Rochester’s government access cable channel will air ‘Regents Review Live,’ 4:30 to 6:00 p.m., Mon. through Fri. </p> City of Rochester 9/29/2010 News Release - City of Rochester’s Department of Recreation and Youth Services to Host Open House Meetings <strong>(Monday, Nov. 4, 2013) –</strong> The City of Rochester’s Department of Recreation and Youth Services is inviting the public to attend and participate in community open houses to solicit feedback on recreation and youth programming in the city. Participants are encouraged to voice their own ideas on how the City can improve services and how staff can best meet the needs of the community. City of Rochester 11/4/2013