|The Town of Chili|
|Location||Southwest of Rochester, in Monroe County, New York||Chili Township, Monroe County, New York|
|Detailed map (PDF)||Detailed map of Chili|
|Geographical Area||39.9 sq. miles|
|Population||28,625 as of the 2010 census|
|Town Hall||Chili Town Hall|
|Wikipedia article||Chili, NY|
Chili is a
"a community that is contrasted by a suburban character primarily in the geographic area north of Black Creek and a rural agricultural character south of Black Creek. ... recreational areas including 8 town parks, one county park, two museums, a disc golf course, a public nature area, two semi-private golf courses, and two boat launches - one on the Genesee River and one on Black Creek. Classical Orchestra and theatrical performances are offered by Roberts Wesleyan College in the 1,000 seat Hale Auditorium located in the hamlet of North Chili. Each year the town's annual summer festival, the 'Chil-E Fest' draws thousands of people to entertainment, food vendors, and a fabulous fireworks display."1
Origins of the Name Chili information extracted from previous town web site page.
Clifton was an historic named portion of Chili and is now still considered a named community.
Parks - Edit List
Notes and references
2008 cost of living index: 92.3 (lU.S. average = 100)
Median household income above state average.
Main Ancestriy (%): German=27.2, Italian=19.1, Irish=18.9, Polish=5.6
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