Latta Road

Mostly North Greece; eastern tip in city's NW Quadrant
East - River Street
West - Manitou Road
Approx. 7.1 miles

Latta Road is a route with its eastern origin in Rochester's Charlotte neighborhood, almost touching the Genesee River. Traveling west, it enters suburb of Greece at the southern entrance of the Lake Ontario State Multi-Use Trail. It continues across Greece before terminating at the border with Parma. West of the intersection with Dewey Avenue, Latta is also NY Route 18.

Latta Road is very close to Lake Ontario. The Charlotte portion has the feel of a small working-class town near the water. It becomes increasingly residential as you get closer to Greece. The houses here are generally newer than those in Rochester and more spread out. There are also some clusters of strip malls and other amenities.

Latta Road is named for Samuel Latta. He built the Latta-Meech House on nearby Lake Avenue.

Located on Latta Road

Traveling west.

City of Rochester

Lake Avenue and the Lake Ontario State Parkway are major intersections.

Although they do not have Latta addresses, Whiskey River Pub and Grill, Rab's Woodshed, and Charlotte Flea Marts are located within quick walking distance of Latta.


Major intersections are Dewey Avenue, Mt. Read Boulevard, I-390, Long Pond Road, and North Greece Road.


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