Town Planning Board Projects


Major Project Updates (PDF) - List

Highline Park

The Town of Victor has received an application from Morrell Builders seeking to establish the Highline Park Planned Development District to allow for the development of 162 apartments, single family patio homes and townhomes located on County Road 42 (Main Street Fishers).

The Town Board deemed the application complete on July 22, 2019 and referred the application to the Ontario County Planning Board along with the Town of Victor Planning Board. Per Section 211-27 of Town Code, the Town Planning Board shall review such application, consider 11 criteria, make findings regarding the criteria, report their findings and render their recommendation back to the Town Board.  

The applicant, Morrell Builders, presented an updated plan at the Town Board meeting on November 25, 2019 which showed a reduction in density to 146 units and also reviewed a recent market feasibility study along with a traffic study that has been submitted to the Town Board and Town Planning Board.

The application will be on the Town Planning Board agenda on December 3, 2019 to review the documents submitted and discuss the 11 criteria in preparation for their recommendation to the Town Board on the rezoning proposal. Upon the Town Board's receipt of the Town Planning Board's recommendations, the Town Board will reconvene the Public Hearing. A Notice of Public Hearing will be posted.

After the Public Hearing, the Town Board may make their determination on the rezoning of the parcels involved. If the Town Board approves the rezoning, Morrell Builders will then be required to proceed with obtaining all of the necessary approvals from the Town Planning Board.

Highline Park Traffic Study

Highline Park Market Feasibility Study

Fishers Ridge

April 11, 2017

Fishers Ridge Approved Findings Statement

Fishers Ridge Approved Findings Resolution

GULLACE PROJECT - Gullace Property, Church Street/County Road 9

April 2019 Update

The Town of Victor Planning Board ("the Planning Board") by vote of 3 to 2 taken on September 25, 2018 at a regularly scheduled Planning Board meeting denied the Revised Site Plan Application ("the Planning Board's Determination") and thereafter the Applicant filed an Article 78 proceeding ("the Proceeding") in Ontario County Supreme Court for the State of New York seeking to overturn the Planning Board's Determination and the Planning Board opposed the Proceeding and the relief sought by the Applicant, and following the Court's consideration of extensive submissions by the parties and oral argument, by decision issued by the Honorable Frederick G. Reed on January 22, 2019, the Court overturned the Planning Board's Determination finding it was arbitrary and capricious and without basis, and the Court further indicated it did not believe there was a basis to deny the Revised Site Plan Application in the absence of the Planning Board identifying grounds to re-open the New York State Environmental Review Act process ("SEQRA") and making a SEQRA determination contrary to what was previously issued by the Planning Board in this matter.

The Planning Board seeking to resolve the Proceeding and any further associated litigation including any appeal of the January 22, 2019 Decision ("the Litigation") as referenced without incurring further litigation expense, and following discussions among counsel for the Planning Board and counsel for the Applicant concerning same proposed a resolution which adopted and approved in accordance with the conditions and other matters set forth the revised site plan application and also fully and finally resolved the litigation conditioned in Judge Reed approving the same on April 23, 2019.

July 2018 REVISED Gullace Plan

Applicant has revised their site plan and is requesting 62 units on the overall 17.13 acres. On western portion of the property 14 duplexes are proposed and on the eastern portion 48 units are proposed in 2 and 3 unit buildings and one 4 unit building. 

  • Applicant received Site Plan approval on April 23, 2019
  • Request for first 90 day extension from Planning Board on October 22, 2019
  • Request for second 90 extension from Planning Board on January 14, 2020
  • Request for first 90 day extension to obtain a Building Permit from Planning Board on April 28, 2020
  • Request for second 90 day extension to obtain a Building Permit from Planning Board on July 14, 2020

Information and plans available for review at the Planning and Building office located at 86 East Main Street.  Descriptions of project are subject to change depending upon meeting outcomes.  All public are welcome to attend meetings.  Written comments may be directed to or mailed to Planning at 85 East Main Street, Victor NY 14564 to arrive by the Wednesday prior to meeting.  For additional information call 585-742-5040.