Waste Hauler Information

Town ordinance regarding Solid Waste, Refuse Collection, Container Placement, and Illegal Dumping (please click here)

Refuse & Recycling in Irondequoit - Frequently Asked Questions

The following is a list of the licensed waste haulers for the Town of Irondequoit.

Waste Hauler Services
Choice One Disposal
PO Box 907
Webster, NY 14580


Waste Hauler
Waste Management
1661 Mt. Read Boulevard
Rochester, NY 14606


Waste Hauler/Dumpster/Roll-off
Al's Maintenance
328 Jordan Ave
Rochester, NY 14606
585-247-2570Waste Hauler/Dumpster/Roll-off
Suburban Disposal
22 Turner Dr
Spencerport, NY 14559
Youngblood Disposal Enterprises
PO Box 64463
Rochester, NY 14624
Feher Rubbish Removal, Inc.
PO Box 11009
Syracuse, NY 13218

Seyrek Sealers & Maintenance
750 Lee Road
Rochester, NY 14606

585-720-0978Waste Hauler

Riccelli Trucking, Inc
PO Box 6401
Syracuse, NY 13217

Commercial Waste Hauler Services
Suburban Disposal
22 Turner Dr
Spencerport, NY 14559
585-352-3900Waste Hauler/Dumpster/Roll-off
Youngblood Disposal Enterprises
PO Box 64463
Rochester, NY 14624
585-254-7081Waste Hauler/Dumpster/Roll-off
Feher Rubbish Removal, Inc.
PO Box 11009
Syracuse, NY 13218
585-422-0715Waste Hauler/Dumpster/Roll-off
Waste Management
1661 Mt. Read Boulevard
Rochester, NY 14606
585-254-3500Waste Hauler/Dumpster/Roll-off

Riccelli Trucking, Inc
PO Box 6401
Syracuse, NY 13217


Irondequoit Cemetery - Fee Schedule


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1 Grave$800$250$1050
2 Grave12504001650
3 Grave22005502750
4 Grave26007503350

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1 Grave$ n/a$ n/a$ n/a
2 Grave1750 5002250
3 Grave25007503250
4 Grave28009503750

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1 Lot$550$150$700
2 Lot700300 1000

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Adult$ 525

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Sun.-Sat. arriving after 3 p.m.:$ 350
Sat.-Sun.-Holidays Full Interment: $ 450
Sat.-Sun.-Holidays Cremain:$ 200 

Services will not be scheduled on Memorial Day, July 4th, Labor Day, Veterans’ Day, Thanksgiving, Christmas or New Year’s Day.

Additional Service Fees will be added to the regular service fee.


Flat Marker & Monumented Lots:

Flowers, ground cover or fresh flowers are allowed within the prescribed area. Artificial flowers, ornaments, lights, crushed stone wood chips, shells NOT allowed. Urns NOT allowed on monuments.

Cremain Lots:

Fresh flowers only. Plantings NOT allowed.


  • 1 Grave Lot 1 Single Flat 2’ x 1’ x 6"
  • 2 Grave Lot 2 Single Flats 2’ x 1’ x 6' or Double Flat 3’ x 1’2" x 6"
  • 3 Grave Lot 3 Single Flats 2’ x 1’ x 6" or Triple Flat 4’6" x 1’ x 6"
  • 4 Grave Lot 4 Single Flats 2’ x 1’ x 6" or 2 Double Flats 3’ x 1’2" x 6"


Total Face AreaMax.
2 Grave Lot 6.5 sq.ft.2’ 6"2’ 3"3’2" x 6"
3 Grave Lot 9.0 sq.ft.2’10"2’ 6"4’ x 6"
4 Grave Lot 12.0 sq.ft.3’ 6"2’ 8"5’ x 6"

Cremain Lots:*

  • Single Marker 20"L x 10"W
  • Double Marker 24"L x 12"W

*when available




This beautiful Garden Mausoleum will provide residents of the Town of Irondequoit with above ground burial facilities in a serene setting.

The Garden Mausoleum will provide crypts for single and double entombments, and niches for single and double inurnments. Family entombments and inurnments of three or four members can be provided by combining single and double crypts or niches, in a designated row or tier.

Ownership of an Irondequoit Cemetery crypt or niche comprises the right to perpetual use of the burial right in each space conveyed and the right of inscription acceptable to Irondequoit Cemetery. Title to Irondequoit Cemetery mausoleum buildings and all their parts and appurtenances remains in perpetuity with the Cemetery.

No entombment shall be permitted until the full purchase price of the crypt(s) shall have been paid. Upon full payment, the Cemetery shall deliver to the buyers a certificate evidencing said entombment rights to the buyers and their heirs in perpetuity. The purchase price includes perpetual care in accordance with New York State Law.
Crypts may be used for the entombment of human remains only.

Memorial inscription of crypt fronts must conform uniformly with the rules set out by the Cemetery.

No object of any kind, floral or decorative, may be placed on the crypt front at any time.
The Cemetery shall not be liable for damage as a result of any act of God or malicious mischief.

All services about the crypt or mausoleum requiring labor shall be performed by the Cemetery or its authorized agents. 

Tier F – Single$ 2640$ 2930
Tier E – Single27353145
Tier D – Single28803350
Tier C – Single31303700
Tier B – Single31303700
Tier A – Single29803490

Tier F – Double$ 4030$ 4700
Tier E – Double42305045
Tier D – Double44305390
Tier B – Double48255990
Tier A – Double44805620

Niches: (single) $ 330 (double) $ 550

Niches are located exterior only in both front and rear of building.


Irondequoit Cemetery

Town of Irondequoit
1280 Titus Avenue
Rochester, New York 14617
(585) 467-8840
The Irondequoit Cemetery is located on Culver Road. Consisting of a mausoleum and traditional grave sites, it offers an atmosphere of dignity and comfort to the families and friends of the deceased.


To Our Lot Holders and Visitors
The Regulations described herein are designed for the protection of all our lot holders and generally provide for a uniformity that will help in the maintenance of our grounds and not infringe on the rights of other lot holders. We know that complete agreement on proper plantings and decorations is not possible. We will however enforce these regulations fairly and consistently. The Regulations are intended to define an orderly plan of planting, care, and maintenance. Many of the items permitted in the past are now prohibited in order to comply with OSHA (Occupational Health and Safety Act) regulations as they relate to the protection of our employees, and also to our visitors. Your cooperation in complying with these rules is appreciated as we strive to preserve the beauty and dignity of the Irondequoit Cemetery.
Regulations for Cemetery Planting and Decorations 
Planting Regulations - Lots and Graves
All planting and winter wreaths must be confined to an area not more than 12 inches out from the monument or marker.
Upright Monumented Lots 
Planting is restricted to the front side of the monument only and must not exceed the length of the monument.
Non Upright Monumented Lots
(Flat grass markers)
Planting is restricted to the front side of the marker only and must not exceed the length of the marker.
Other Regulations
  • The cemetery prefers that lot holders limit the height of plantings to 18 inches to maintain a sense of order in relation to other plantings in the immediate area.
  • Artificial flowers or ornaments are not allowed. This is a safety regulation, as the risk of these sharp objects being picked up by a mower or snow removal equipment is very real. Air-borne objects could cause injury to either our employees or a visitor to our grounds.
  • Crushed stone, wood chips and shells on graves are strictly prohibited for the same reasons as above. These will be removed by the Cemetery and disposed of.
  • It is prohibited to outline graves by stripping the sod in a border effect around the grave.
Natural Flowers 
Fresh flowers may be placed on graves in metal or plastic cemetery vases only. Potted plants not to exceed 8 inches in diameter. Warning - no glass can be used either above or below the ground for flowers. This is a serious safety hazard to all concerned. The Cemetery reserves the right to remove decorations that have become withered or unsightly, or that violate the regulations contained herein, to maintain the best appearance of the grounds. Funeral flowers will be removed by the Cemetery, preferably on the day of interment. Should members of the family wish to preserve some of them, we respectfully suggest that this be done at the time of the interment service.
Winter Decorations 
The Cemetery permits the placing of wreaths, natural or artificial and crosses, not more than 12" out from the monument or marker on graves from November 1st to March 15th. Should you wish to save your decoration, please remove it prior to March 15th. Most cemetery wreaths are 17 inches to 24 inches in diameter and they may be set on standards or easels or hung on monuments. Please use non metallic cord as metal tends to rust and permanently stains the monument. Metal stakes in ground are not allowed. HEARTS, BIBLES OR NOVELTIES, are not permitted AT ANY TIME. These items tend to disrupt the beauty and serenity of an area and have been a constant complaint from adjacent lot holders. Evergreen grave blankets are never permitted.
Permanent Plantings
Shrubs, bushes or trees may not be planted on lots or graves. In sections where such plantings already exist, the Cemetery, at its sole discretion, reserves the right to remove any or all of these as conditions warrant.
General Rules and Observations
Since there is an established plan for landscaping Cemetery property, Lot Holders are not allowed to mow or fertilize their lots as this help, though well-intentioned, very often conflicts with the regular Cemetery care. Over-cutting and over-fertilizing occurring when both Management and Lot Holders attempt such maintenance could result in unattractive lawns. American flags, up to 12 by 18 inches, may be placed in planting area only, on graves commencing Memorial Day. In respect for the flag, and in concern for the general appearance of the Cemetery, the Cemetery will, at its discretion, remove any flags that have become unsightly. Power mowers, operated by anyone other than Cemetery employees, are strictly forbidden. The liability resulting from personal injury and property damage that can be caused by these machines makes it imperative that the Rule be strictly observed
The following are not allowed: 
  • Temporary crosses (winter only) or grave markers, statues, votive lights or any other specialty lights, toys, novelties, fences, wood, wire or plastic trellises, tripods or stands for flowers. These will be removed and disposed of by the Cemetery. 
  • Spading the surface, excavating, altering the grade, laying or removing sod.
  • Fraternal or veterans' emblems, wood or metal.
Mausoleum Decorations 
No objects of any kind, floral, decorative, or photos may be placed on the crypt/niche front at any time. Any such objects shall be removed and will be disposed.


Town Departments

The following is an index of municipal departments, offices, and personnel for the Town of Irondequoit.  For contact information, hours and schedule, and downloadable documents (when available) click on the name of a department or office listed on the right side of this page.


Bureau of Recreation

Programs & Activities | Special Events | Senior Services | Summer Day Camps | Job Opportunities
Activity Guide CircleKatrina Hall
Recreation Supervisor
154 Pinegrove Avenue
Rochester, New York 14617
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The Bureau of Recreation is overseen by the Community Services Department and is responsible for various recreation programs, the Senior / Community Center and the Senior Nutrition Program. The Bureau of Recreation also administers a variety of special events throughout the year and is responsible for the Town Historian.

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Mission Statement

Irondequoit Bureau of Parks and the Bureau of Recreation will improve the quality of life in Irondequoit through a sustainable park system, a variety of recreation programs, special events and historical preservation.

An Affirmation

Irondequoit Bureau of Parks and the Bureau of Recreation are a committed team of amazing employees and volunteers who are dedicated to bringing exceptional parks and recreation opportunities to the residents of Irondequoit. We strive to strengthen partnerships, preserve history, promote efficiency and excellence through best practices and provide outstanding customer service. Our success is measured by the quality of life enjoyed by our residents.

Core Values

  • Quality
  • Commitment
  • Professionalism
  • Accountability
  • Efficiency
  • Positive Attitude
  • Preservation
  • Teamwork
  • Staff Development
  • Ensuring Accessibility

Creating Community Through People, Parks and Programs