I invite you to browse our site and discover the host of opportunities and amenities Nunda offers in the areas of business, recreation and the arts.
Our Events Calendar link will
help you find activities happening in Nunda and the Photo Gallery link
highlights some of the special times we have shared
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through our downloads
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Links to access information about our fire and
ambulance service, our library, our chamber of
commerce, our village and our school.
We have a very active
historical society in Nunda. Their website
accessed through our Local
Links, provides an array of items that portray
our beginnings as a town. Paintings, quilts,
books and artifacts take a visitor on a memorable
journey. Fortunately, much of the spirit
reflected in Nunda's beginnings can be felt in the
community today. Our people are our greatest
The Town of Nunda Historian’s office is sponsoring an opportunity for the public to share its memories of a sudden and severe rain event that occurred on Saturday afternoon, August 9, 2003. On that day strong thunderstorms developed in a very moist atmosphere resulting in three to five inches of rainfall in a short time onto an already saturated ground. As late as 8 pm that evening, the storm track was north through western Livingston County which was moving almost due north with storms redeveloping along the same line. Eight counties would eventually be declared disaster areas.
In the town and Village of Nunda and in surrounding towns, many miles of roads and road shoulders were damaged along with bridges and culverts and personal property. Property on either side of Keshequa Creek was particularly hard hit.
The gathering will be held at the Nunda Historical Society building, Portage Street in Nunda on Sunday, June 30, 2013 at 2 pm. A formal program is not planned but rather an opportunity to recall the storm events of that day and personal reactions to it. The public is encouraged to bring their pictures and other visual documentation of the flood of August 9, 2003 to share. If possible, we would like to copy as many of these pictures as possible to document the damage and how Nunda pulled together to rebuild. All pictures will be returned to the donor that day.
We look forward to seeing you there. You may also contact town historian Valerie Griffing at firstname.lastname@example.org to make arrangement for sharing your information.
I hope you will take advantage of the web site and visit us often. We would like your feedback, so let us know if there is anything we can do to serve you better. We also invite your comments about any issue affecting the citizens of Nunda.
You can e-mail or call me at 585.468.5177 with your comments.
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