About the Area


Victor is a 36 square-mile township nestled in the foothills of the Finger Lakes offering residents, businesses and visitors the best of all worlds - a peaceful, small town setting within minutes of the Cities of Rochester and Canandaigua. Victor is easily accessible via NYS Routes 96 and 490 and NYS I90's exit 44 from the east or exit 45 from the west.

The population of Victor has grown steadily in the last decade from 7,161 in the 1990 census to 9,977 according to the 2000 census information.


The Town of Farmington, New York is located in Ontario County at exit 44 on the New York State Thruway. Farmington is approximately 25 miles Southeast of Rochester, NY, and is sometimes referred to as the Western Gateway to the Finger Lakes Region of New York State. The population has grown modestly over the years to 10,535 as of the 2000 US Census. Farmington is still largely a farming community with small businesses growing. Farmington offers an excellent quality of life with town parks and a mixture of suburban as well as country living.