2021 Rush Fall Festival Cancelled It is with a heavy heart that we have to cancel the 2021 Rush Fall Festival. We were hoping that our community would be safe from the COVID virus and planned on having the event. We feel that it is not safe to offer this event to the community without putting people at risk of illness from COVID. We look forward to scheduling this community event again in 2022 Thank you,
Patricia Stephens, Town of Rush Recreation Supervisor
SPECIAL EVENT FOR RUSH RESIDENTS: ON MONDAY, AUGUST 9 FROM 5 PM-8 PM AT THE WILLIAM UDICIOUS PAVILION LOCATED BEHIND THE RUSH TOWN HALL. ALL ARE WELCOME AND ENCOURAGED TO PARTICIPATE.
COMMUNITY-WIDE SURVEY:A SURVEY ASKING FOR CITIZEN INPUT WAS SENT OUT THE LAST WEEK OF JULY. ALL ARE ENCOURAGED TO PARTICIPATE.
THE COMPREHENSIVE PLANNING COMMITTEE IS HOLDING THEIR FIRST COMMUNITY WIDE EVENT. IT IS A DROP IN EVENT WHERE YOU HAVE AN OPPORTUNITY TO MEET AND SPEAK WITH MEMBERS OF THE STEERING COMMITTEE. THEY WANT TO KNOW YOUR OPINIONS AND IDEAS ON THE FUTURE OF RUSH. PLEASE TAKE TIME OUT OF YOUR BUSY SCHEDULE AND ATTEND. ALSO THE COMMITTEE HAS DEVELOPED A BRIEF SURVEY TO HELP THEM KNOW WHAT YOU LIKE ABOUT RUSH AND WHAT CHANGES YOU WOULD LIKE TO SEE IN THE FUTURE.
From Supervisor Kusse, The non-stop rain we have received over the past few days made me nervous about flooding in the Hamlet, so went to to have a look. I am pleased to report that the retention pond constructed by the Chase Family on their property is working very well.
The Town of Rush pickleball and basketball courts are now open! The courts are open from dawn to dusk. The use of the courts is on a first come first serve basis. We ask that people be kind and take turns using the courts. The Town does have a pickle ball set that can be signed out of the Rush Town Clerk's Office Monday - Friday from 8:45AM with the last return to the Clerk's Office by 4:15PM.
Special weekend use permission needs to be approved by the Recreation Supervisor at 533-2340.
Donations are now being accepted for the Town of Rush approved Eagle Scout Project to build a GaGa Ball Pit. Nathan Zuber, a Rush resident, has developed the project and as soon as he has raised sufficient funds, he will start to construct a Gaga Ball Pit on the Town Hall campus near the Pavilion.
Donation checks can be made out to Troop 750 and mailed to Todd Buzard, 206 Woodleaf, Pittsford, NY 14534. Please note on your donation the Rush GaGa Project. In addition, you can donate your returnable bottles and cans for the project. Return your bottles and cans to Upstate Bottle Return or Bottle & Can Retrieval Center on East Henrietta Road in Henrietta, NY and let them know that the returns are for the “Nathan Zuber’s Eagle Project.”
Battery Moratorium Committee