|NW Quadrant, near Emerson Street and Lake Avenue|
|North - Driving Park Avenue|
|South - Lyell Avenue and Smith Street|
|East - Genesee River|
|West - Dewey Avenue and continuing north to intersection of Lyell and Curlew Street|
|Edgerton Neighborhood Association|
|Northwest Quadrant Neighborhood Service Center|
Edgerton is a city neighborhood named for former mayor Hiram Edgerton. Though largely impoverished, it is known for its stock of beautiful old houses, as well as Jones Square Park, one of Rochester's earliest green spaces. Another neighborhood institution is the Edgerton Community Center and Park, which marked its 100th anniversary in 2011.
Edgerton's commercial activity is centered on Lake Avenue - which is walkable but inhospitable to bikes - and, to a lesser extent, Driving Park Avenue. The area is otherwise residential, except of a few schools and numerous churches.
Food and Drink
Article on the Daily Record
Neighborhood profile from Celebrate City Living
Neighborhood profile from City of Rochester
Neighborhood profile on Rochester City Living
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