The Kendall Town Board requests input from the community in naming the new park at the end of Thompson Drive.

We are considering naming the park: Kendall’s Lakeview Park .

If you like that name or if you prefer another name, please email either: or


  • The Kendall Highway Department will carry out a SPRING CLEAN-UP OF TREES AND BRUSH! Please cut trees and brush to no longer than 6 ft. lengths, and place parallel to the road. Please have brush at your curbside before JUNE 9th, 2023. TREES AND BRUSH ONLY (No garbage or junk).

    For more information, contact Highway Superintendent Warren Kruger at 659-2650.

  • The Town Board has been working diligently to bring public water to the residents of Kendall. To date, there are 10 water districts with West Kendall Rd. being district 10. The Town Board has successfully worked with USDA Rural Development to obtain grants and low-cost loans for previous development of the water lines. At this time, the USDA Rural Development is reluctant to continue to accept personal income surveys to qualify for grants and low-cost loans. They are currently looking at the median household incomes from the 2020 census and the Town Board has yet to be informed whether we will qualify for the grants and loans we previously could apply for. Unfortunately, there are few avenues for funding for a small rural town such as ours.         The Town Board has sent letters to federal and state representatives asking them to help us find funding for public water. Click this link to read an article in the Orleans Hub regarding this current situation. Click here for info on how YOU can participate in a grassroots effort to reach out to representatives and get your neighbors to help!

  • The Annual Community Church service will take place this summer on Sunday, August 6 at 10:00 at the Kendall Community Park gazebo. Everyone is welcome!

  • School districts all over the country are in dire need of substitute teachers, aides, bus drivers, nurses! Kendall included! Click here to see more info on qualifications and how to apply.

  • Join our online discussion of how to turn risks into opportunities for shoreline communities. Event information and links will be available at

Please email your comments to: Councilman Paul Jennings at

  • Genesee County /Orleans County Health Department has obtained a HUD grant to help control lead hazards in homes in Genesee and Orleans County.  Please see attached flyer here.  This is open to homeowners and landlords; income requirements must be met and there needs to be a child under the age of 6 living or visiting the home regularly. There needs to be lead hazards present, which the department would handle investigating.

  • FREE Wifi is offered to the public across the county, including outside of our own Town Hall. Click herefor more locations.

  • The Orleans County Veterans Service Agency provides many services to our community. Call 585-589-3219 for more information on how they can help or click here where you can view all the benefit links