City of Rochester Search Result Rss 12:00:00 AM&maxdatecreated=6/27/2031 4:15:46 PM&datesearchfield=Publish_Date&categories=118 News Release - Mayor Warren Declares Cool Sweep for Monday, June 27 <strong>(Monday, June 27, 2016) – </strong>Mayor Lovely A. Warren announced that Cool Sweep operations will be in effect Monday, June 27 to provide residents with opportunities to get relief from the heat with cooling sprays from fire hydrants, extended hours at City pools, Durand Eastman Beach and spray parks. Cool Sweep — presented by Avangrid Foundation and RG&amp;amp;E — is the City’s annual public safety and customer service program that is triggered when the forecast calls for temperatures to reach or exceed 85 degrees. <br /> City of Rochester 6/27/2016 Motorist Advisory - Xerox Rochester International Jazz Festival Street Closures The Xerox Rochester International Jazz Festival will begin on Friday, June 24 and run through Saturday, July 2. Traffic in the East End and Main Street area will be affected. <br /> City of Rochester 6/23/2016 News Release - Renovations and Restoration Begin at Rundel Memorial Building <strong>Rochester, New York, June 22, 2016 </strong>—The Friends &amp;amp; Foundation of the Rochester Public Library (FFRPL) today kicked off the public phase of its $1.4 million capital campaign to renovate and restore the Central Library of Rochester &amp;amp; Monroe County. To date, the FFRPL has raised nearly $1 million towards its goal. City of Rochester 6/22/2016 News Release - Mayor Warren Announces Mayor’s Summer Stars - Summer Learning Challenge Mayor Lovely A. Warren invites kids and their families to take advantage of the City of Rochester’s summer educational offerings at City libraries and R-Centers as part of the Mayor’s Summer Stars - Summer Learning Challenge. City of Rochester 6/22/2016 New Release - Mayor Warren Announces TLC as New Headliner for SummerFest 2016: Throwback 90s <strong>(Tuesday, June 21, 2016) —</strong> Mayor Lovely A. Warren today announced that TLC— regarded as one of the greatest musical trios of all time by Billboard magazine—will headline the City of Rochester’s SummerFest 2016 concerts at Rhinos Stadium, 460 Oak St. The two-day event kicks-off with a Blues &amp;amp; BBQ theme on Friday, July 8. City of Rochester 6/21/2016 News Release -Mayor Warren Announces 2016 ROC THE PARK Music Festival Headliners and Acts <strong>(Monday, June 20, 2016) –</strong> Lovely A. Warren announced today that Rochester will be rockin’ again this summer with ROC THE PARK Music Festival at Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Park. In its third year, this family-friendly series features the finest local and regional talent over three days this summer: Saturday, July 23; Saturday, August 6; and Saturday, September 3. City of Rochester 6/20/2016 News Release - MAYOR LOVELY WARREN LAUNCHES “100 CITIES TO REDUCE GUN VIOLENCE” INITIATIVE In response to the Orlando shooting, the deadliest domestic shooting in U.S. history, Rochester Mayor Lovely A. Warren has invited mayors from across the United States to recognize June as Gun Violence Awareness Month (GVAM) and work to make neighborhoods safer for citizens. Mayor Warren is asking at least 100 U.S. mayors to sign a petition at to support the common goal of reducing gun violence in America. City of Rochester 6/20/2016 News Release - Public Meeting Cancellation(4) <strong>(Friday, June 17, 2016) - </strong>The following public meeting is cancelled: <br /> City of Rochester 6/17/2016 News Release- Mount Hope Cemetery Path Through History Celebration on Saturday <strong>(Friday, June 17, 2016) –</strong> Learn about Rochester’s most historic figures in a fun, innovative way at the Path Through History Celebration, 10:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., Saturday, June 18 at Mount Hope Cemetery, 1133 Mt. Hope Ave. City of Rochester 6/17/2016 News Release - Public Meetings for week of Jun. 27 - Jul. 1, 2016 <strong>(Friday, June 17, 2016) -</strong> The following public meetings are scheduled for the week of June 27 through July 1, 2016.<br /> City of Rochester 6/17/2016