Why you'd want to live in Mendon
The Town of Mendon is a rural community in the Eastern Genesee Valley and Finger Lakes Regions of Upstate New York. Stretching along the Southeastern portion of Monroe County bordering the Town of Lima, Livingston County and the Town of Bloomfield, Ontario County, Mendon boasts the county’s highest elevations topping 1,028 feet above sea level. Mendon is well known for its history, scenic views and farmlands that are seemingly quilted into the rolling landscape. Like many rural communities, Agriculture remains Mendon’s economic strength and corn is perhaps the largest harvested crop. Another strong attribute of our area is our schools. With Pittsford and Honeoye Falls-Lima Schools leading the way, student education in Mendon is among the best in the country. Mendon is home to Monroe County's largest park, Mendon Ponds Park, a 2,462-acre property containing woodlands, ponds, wetlands. The park became a National Natural Landmark in November 1967 for its unique glacier features. via City/Town Info!