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Welcome to Livonia, NY


Livonia is a town on the eastern edge of Livingston County, near the northeast corner. Livonia is bordered to the north by Lima, to the east by Ontario County (town of Richmond), to the south by Conesus and to the west by Geneseo. Livonia lies between two of the smaller Finger Lakes – Conesus on the west side and Hemlock to the southeast. As such, Livonia is a popular spot for people who enjoy lake- or lakefront activities, like boating, camping and picnicking.


Livonia has a small business district that includes West’s Shurfine Food Market, a Dollar General store, Shoreless Acres General Store, restaurants, antique shops and businesses catering to boating. For more retail shopping, there’s a Walmart Supercenter in neighboring Geneseo (about 7 miles west). For more grocery shopping, Avon has a Tops Friendly Markets store, about 9 miles northwest.

Recreation & Entertainment

Because of its setting between two lakes, it’s not surprising that most entertainment is centered around the outdoors. Conesus Lake, the busier of the two lakes, has a marine park and other attractions. Hemlock Lake, more pristine and undeveloped has a park at the northern tip and is better for hiking, canoeing and other “quieter” activity. For more outdoor activity, Letchworth State Park and Stony Brook State Park are both nearby.

Transportation & Traffic

Route 20A crosses the town and heads east-west. Major north-south highways are Route 15, which passes through Livonia, and Route 15A, which is just east of town. Interstate 390, which goes north-south, is just west of Livonia.

Pros & Cons

Conesus Lake is the main attraction around here. Hemlock Lake, a smaller, protected lake, is quieter. Besides the lake attractions, Livonia is a small town with plenty of outdoor space and a small retail core. You’re close to the busier business districts and attractions in Avon and Geneseo, and Interstate 390 is easily accessible.