You might be new to Rochester, relocating, looking for work, or new to having children. This handy list can help you get to classes, and manage daily life challenges.
The Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) has necessary information on practice tests and road signs.
OACES hosts learner’s permit tests on Wednesdays and Thursdays from 9-10am.
Trailways – Bus lines beyond Rochester
Micrecycle 585-224-4040 Get low cost or free refurbished computers
WiFi – Hot Spots for internet access around Rochester
RochesterWorks for Job Seekers
Working Wardrobe 585-647-1150
firstname.lastname@example.org Get help with clothing for interviews and work.
Online national job boards: Indeed.com, CareerBuilder.com, USAJobs.gov, Monster.com, ZipRecruiter.com.
Then let us know if you got the job — it would be great to hear your good news.
Our job board! At Oaces.net.
You may also fill out our employment self-reporting form so our staff knows your added skills and experience, to refer your name to employers.
Income Tax Assistance at Action for a Better Community
211 Services – Tammy Bancroft-Brightman 585-758-1115 email@example.com 211 information
Office of Parent Engagement RCSD Rochester City School District
ROCHESTER AND BEYOND
Monroe County Visitors Information
Visit Rochester – Greater Rochester Visitors Association. Doing business in the Rochester area, services, schools, and events.
The Rochester Wiki– The People’s Guide to Rochester – written by everyday people who contribute information.
InfoRochester -Links to everything you can imagine, nearby.
MEDICAL AND WELLNESS
Center for Community Health urmc.rochester.edu
With “Got Health?” series
Cornell Cooperative Extension Health & Nutrition Series
American Red Cross, Rochester Chapter 585-241-4438 Getting help and preparing for natural disasters, blizzards, power outages.
Willow Domestic Violence Center /Alternatives for Battered Women 24/7 Hotline 585-222-SAFE.
HOUSING AND UTILITIES