Municipal Office Information:
Address: 85 East Main Street,
Victor, NY 14564
Telephone: (585) 742-5000 Fax: (585) 742-2863

Stormwater Management Program Coordinator:
Ken Wilson
Deputy Water Superintendent
Ph: (585) 924-3126 ext. 2214
Email: krwilson@town-victor-ny.us

Supervisor:
Jack Marren
Ph: (585) 742-5020
Email: supervisor@town-victor-ny.us  

Website:
www.victorny.org/Government/TownGovernment/
County: Ontario
Population: (2000) – 9,977
Area: 36.0 Square Miles

Community:
Town of Victor is located in the northwest Ontario County along the border of Monroe County. It was formed from part of the Town of Bloomfield in 1812. The Auburn and Rochester Railroad arrived in 1840. Gypsum mining was important from the 1830s through circa 1940. Important crops within the town consist of grain, apples, and seed potatoes. Victor Insulator Co., established in 1893 (now called Victor Insulators), manufactures glass insulators. A four-mile section of the New York State Thruway was built in the town between 1946 and 1948, which has helped the development of Eastview Mall and contributed to a population increase of 38% between 1990 and 2000.

Stormwater Management Activities: 

  • Town and Village of Victor maintains a website detailing their MS4 activities: www.victorny.org/government/ms4/.
  • Town of Victor has mapped all of its storm drain outfalls.
  • All construction site plans are reviewed for compliance with Town of Victor’s “Design and Construction Standards for Land Development.”
  • Town Engineer inspects construction sites for compliance with Stormwater Phase II regulations.

Location: Old Dutch Road, Town of Victor

Project Description: Lower complete rebuild including adding shoulders, bank stabilization, and drainage.

Eroded soils deposited at edge of slope

Shoulder widened and gabion baskets installed for bank stabilization.

Eroded soils deposited onto adjacent street

Erosion control blanket installed and stoned swale to replace shoulder

Excavating area along slope

Installing Gabion Baskets along slope for bank stabilization

Gabion baskets installed for bank stabilization (prior to paving)