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You may check the following website for the latest assessment. The information is updated each May and July.
For the most recent ownership information, you may call us at (585) 872-7051 or access the public computer in our office, which is located at: Town Hall 1000 Ridge Rd. Webster, NY 14580. Recent sales data may take several weeks to arrive in and be processed by our office. Owner information from the latest Final Assessment Roll can be found at
If you are digging or excavating anywhere for anything in the ROW (right of way), you need a 149 permit from the Highway Department.
All driveway modifications require a permit whether you are just resurfacing or altering its original construction.
Residents can check with their waste hauler to see if they can accommodate their needs. If not, they will have to make arrangements with a private contractor.
After April 1st weather pending.
Call RG&E at (585) 771-6780 to report any street lighting issues. If you live in Webster Commons only, call Geoff Benway at (585) 872-7027.
Yes. You may drop off your Christmas tree at the Highway Department any time between December 26th and February 28th.
You can register a business in two ways. The simplest way is to click on the Business registry link below and complete the online form.
Online Registry Form
A second way is to print out the business registry form and fax that form to the Webster Police Department at (585) 872-7010. You can also deliver or mail this form to the Webster Police Department, 1000 Ridge Road, Webster, NY 14580.
Business Registry Form
Use of Force Policy
The town is responsible for keeping the main sewer lines clear and running. If you have a slow acting drain, you will need to call a plumber. If it is backing up into your toilet or washtub or is under pressure, then contact the Sewer Department at (585) 265-0505.
The second cause of blockages is the presence of sand or roots entering the line through a break or other damage to the line. Tree roots will seek out sources of water, such as sewer lines, and will enter even the smallest cracks in the line. Roots will inevitably clog a sewer line. Larger cracks will not only allow roots to enter, but will cause sand and dirt to enter the line, blocking the flow. As dirt flows into the line, a small "sink hole" or depression appears in the ground above the leak. These sink holes almost always indicate a problem with a sanitary sewer line or a storm drain, and therefore should be investigated or reported.
Storm Sewers - Carries rain water from your gutters, driveways, and sump pumps straight to Lake Ontario with no treatment process. If you have a storm sewer issue call 872-1443