Democratic Caucus of the Monroe County Legislature

 Joshua Bauroth

Joshua Bauroth

Joshua Bauroth
24th District - Rochester

Recent initiatives by Legislator Bauroth:

  • Improving how Monroe County communicates about property purchases that affect the tax rolls of towns and school districts (details)

24 Alliance Avenue
Rochester, NY 14620
Phone: (w) 585 753-1940; (h) 585 429 – 5445

Contact Legislator Bauroth by e-mail.

Monroe County Legislator Joshua Bauroth represents the 24th Legislative District, which includes Rochester’s Highland, South Wedge, Swillburg, Mount Hope, and Upper Monroe neighborhoods as well as parts of Brighton and Henrietta.  Currently, Joshua serves as Ranking Minority Member on the Environment and Public Works committee and as a member of the Ways and Means committee.  In addition, he serves as the Democratic liaison to the Monroe County Environmental Management Council and the Monroe County Tobacco Asset Securitization Corporation. 

Joshua served as President of the Upper Monroe Neighborhood Association for four years, as Co-Chair of the Culver Road Armory Task Force, as well as a board member of the Third Rochester Enterprises Corporation.  Joshua is also a founding member of Montessori Academy School #53 Parent Teacher Association.

 Legislator Bauroth sorts donations during a Legislative Day of Service at Foodlink in August 2015.

Legislator Bauroth sorts donations during a Legislative Day of Service at Foodlink in August 2015.

Professionally, Joshua serves as the Interim Director of the First-Year Enrichment Program at the Rochester Institute of Technology where he has worked since 2003.  Joshua earned his undergraduate degree from the College of Wooster in 1989 and a Masters of Arts in Political Science from the University of Michigan in 1993.  As a parent, homeowner, educator and neighbor, Joshua is committed to representing all of the 24th Legislative District.

Married to Catherine and the proud father of Anastasia and Xavier, Joshua’s family resides in Rochester’s Upper Monroe neighborhood where they are actively involved in the community.