The Laurelton Neighborhood Association is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt non profit. Formed in 2016, our mission is to enhance communication among neighbors through events, projects and initiatives. Laurelton is in Irondequoit and close to many amenities in the neighboring North Winton Village in Rochester.
Our neighborhood is walkable with convenient, central access to expressways, downtown, and most area amenities. Laurelton has great homes with character and we take pride in the diversity of our community. There are a number of wonderful businesses in and around the neighborhood including Donuts Delite, Dan's Crafts and Things, Savoia Bakery, L&M Lanes, the Winfield Grill and of course neighborhood favorite Netsins Ice Cream Shop.
A map of the Laurelton Neighborhood is shown below:
Elections were completed during our November 14, 2018 meeting. Our board for 2018 will be:
President: Brett Daly Brett has been a resident in the Laurelton neighborhood since 2008. He enjoys the neighborhood's walkability, great neighbors, proximity to most everything, and, like everyone else, Netsins! Brett is a Marketing Manager for Ambrell Corporation, and has a BS in Business Administration with a concentration in Marketing and an MBA with concentrations in Technology Management and Printing Management from the Rochester Institute of Technology. Brett's wife, Stacey, is a lifelong Laurelton resident and they have one child. Brett enjoys following the local sports teams including the Rhinos, Knighthawks and RIT Hockey, visiting area festivals/events, and also volunteers with Junior Achievement.
Vice President: Kirsten McCorkle
Treasurer: Vacant, contact us if interested
Director of Events: Diana Chase
Secretary: Allison Pryor
Welcome Wagon Chair: Valerie Millard Valerie has lived in the Laurelton neighborhood since 2002. After growing up in the suburb of Victor, she was excited to purchase her first home in a neighborhood that was close to city life and convenient to the crossroads of work and family. She was drawn to Hurstbourne Road by the charm of the 1920’s era homes which aligned with her appreciation of architecture and design, along with the nostalgia of original lamp posts and tree lined streets. Valerie can often be found walking her dogs around the neighborhood and affirms that the best way to meet your extended neighbors is to adopt a dog! Although working as an Occupancy Planner for a large corporation finds her days long, she enjoys spending free time with family, gardening, cooking, and antiquing. Valerie enjoys the arts, music and dance, dining out at local restaurants, and the proximity to waterfront that the Town of Irondequoit provides.
Block Leader Chair: Judy Dipaola
And we're always looking for block captains, initiative leaders/committee chairs and more. Let us know if you'd like to get involved!
Finally, if you're interested in making a tax deductible donation, please reach out to us or donate via PayPal. Given that we're in our early days, any donations are greatly appreciated.