The Town of Greece is located in the most northern edge of the City of Rochester sitting against Lake Ontario to the north. The City of Rochester on the east, the Town of Gates NY on the south, and the towns of Parma and Ogden on the west. The town is a flanking suburb of Rochester. The zone known as Charlotte, on the eastern periphery, was once part of the town until it was included by the City of Rochester in 1916.
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Stellar Roofing can service residential, commercial and industrial locations in and around Greece NY. We handle all aspects of roofing services from an inspection of your roof to roof repairs and roofing replacement. We even handle roofing insulation if your upstairs is too cold or your heating bill is too expensive.
The Town of Greece was set up in 1822 in cooperation with the neighboring Town of Gates. It used to be known as "Northampton". The name "Greece" was chosen on account of the contemporary battle of Greece for freedom from the Ottoman Empire.
The locale that the town currently possesses was initially settled by the Algonquian and Iroquois Native Americans in the fourteenth century. The principal European to visit the zone was the French traveler Rene-Robert Cavalier, who visited in 1669. European pilgrims started to land in the territory during the 1790s, and French and British warriors went through on numerous events amid this time span as the two provincial forces attempted to control the area.
As indicated by the Morgan Quitno Awards, Greece was evaluated the ninth large most secure city in America and the 6th most secure city with a populace of 75K to 100K people. The William Payne House, Greece Memorial Hall, William Covert Cobblestone, and Our Mother of Sorrows Church are recorded on the National Register of Historic Places.