East Rochester – a small suburb of Rochester, N.Y. – is the perfect location for businesses and families. It's a wonderful blend of old tradition and new economic growth. We have many businesses starting or relocating here. This is a time of revitalization for ER, and we hope you will join us.
Why locate in East Rochester?
East Rochester is known as a crossroads because of our strategic location – we're the hub of the wheel for the east side. We have two exits off I-490, and are close to 590.
The People It's the people, families, traditions, and loyalty that have always been hallmarks of what East Rochester embodies. Many families relocate to share in a close-knit community that reaches out to help a neighbor or friend. Coupled with families who have been here since the late 1890s, ER continues to reinvent itself.
Business and Growth
With a recently upgraded downtown business center and expanded parking, new businesses are opening up just about every week. Multiple companies, including a medical facility, law office, restaurants, technology companies, and conference center, have recently moved here.
ER students attend a PK-12 campus that's very much the center of the community. We're known for our academic achievement, wide variety of academic and extracurricular opportunities, individual attention to students, and our united atmosphere.
It's a Beautiful Area!
We have beautiful parks and quaint older homes in East Rochester, along with newer developments on Harleston Lane and near Country Club Plaza (which is anchored by a 24-hour Wegmans!). We are a safe community with our own police department, and an active school district and neighborhoods. Residents rent lodges for celebrations in Eyer Park and play ball on the Little League fields. And if you're looking for a place to eat lunch or dinner, come to ER! We're proud of our variety of restaurants, including the well-known Northside Inn, Perlo's, Good Smoke BBQ, Lemoncello, and Leo's Bakery & Deli – along with the first Wendy's in Monroe County!