About Monroe County Executive Adam Bello

Adam Bello is a lifelong Monroe County resident. He and his wife Meghan met in the 4th grade, and today, they both positively impact our community as dedicated public servants. Their two children, Jack and Anna, attend the same schools where they met, and they have two dogs, Finn and Blue. When it comes to serving our residents and improving the lives of our families, experience matters.  Adam has served as Irondequoit Town Supervisor, Monroe County Clerk, and Monroe County Executive. No matter the position, he has been guided by a desire to make our community a safer, healthier, and more equitable place to live, work, and raise a family. 

Adam is making systemic changes in Monroe County, rethinking and retooling how the county does business, and creating sustainable solutions that will benefit our community for generations to come.  Adam is asking for your support in his re-election to the office of Monroe County Executive to continue the progress of his first term.

In his first term as County Executive, Adam Bello led our community through the largest public health crisis that we have ever experienced. Now, Adam is working with broad coalitions of residents, local government leaders, and community organizations to lead Monroe County’s recovery and Bring Monroe Back, better than before. 

Adam knows that government works best when we have leaders who are willing to roll up their sleeves, bring people together, and work together to find solutions to the shared challenges we face.

That’s why Adam was proud to gain unanimous support from the County Legislature on his 2023 County Budget and his pandemic recovery plan, an investment of over $100 million in Public Safety, Public Health and Wellness, Workforce and Economic Development, and Improvements to our Infrastructure. As County Executive Adam looks toward the future, seeks partnerships and collaboration, and fights everyday to make Monroe County more welcoming, equitable, and inclusive. In just a short time, he has accomplished so much, and — he’s just getting started.