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Rochester, New York is in the 585 area code in Monroe County, New York.
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A Nextiva local phone number in the City of Rochester, New York will give your business a local phone number presence, regardless of where your business is located or you may be traveling. Best of all, every Nextiva phone number comes with the most advanced PBX features, without the usual high costs.
With a population of approximately 219,773, the City of Rochester was ranked as the sixth 'most livable city' among 379 U.S. regions in the Places Rated Almanac (25th edition, 2007). In addition, Rochester was also listed as a top city for overall quality of life in a study by Expansion Management magazine in 2007.
Rochester hosts a number of Fortune 1000 companies such as Eastman Kodak, Constellation Brands and Paychex. National and regional companies such as Xerox, the Haloid Company, The Gannett newspaper company and Western Union were all founded in Rochester.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce named Rochester businesses, Custom Alarm and CWS, Inc., in its Top 100 list for the Nation in 2010. As the world capital of imaging, Rochester's Institute of Optics of the University of Rochester provides economic support for the region, ranking number two in the country. The Rochester Institute of Technology is also a major source of Rochester's future economic growth, supporting numerous industry related businesses.
The Rochester Area Chamber of Commerce regularly provides programs and assistance for small businesses. The Chamber often organizes contingents of business leaders to attend events such as the U.S. Chamber's America's Small Business Summit, to promote and assist the entrepreneurial spirit in the region.