Sexton Building

Code Enforcement
and Zoning

Ron Hall

Code Enforcement Officer

Telephone

(585) 278-4938

Address

149 East Main Street

 

Email Address

PalmyraVillageCEO@gmail.com

Hours

Monday - Thursday

10:00am - 2:00pm

The Code Enforcement Officer supervises all building and zoning codes in the Village.

Complaints

To act on a complaint, it must be filed by a someone other than the Code Enforcement Officer. Examples of complaints are overgrown lawn, trash in yard/curb and keeping of farm animals. For proper documentation, we ask complaints to be in written form.

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PERMITS

Permits are needed for:

Additions

Breezeways

Carports

Decks

Demolition

Fences

Fireplaces

Garage

Generators

Hot Tubs

New Structures

Patios

Pole Barns

Pools

Renovations

Signs

Woodstoves

The cost for permits can be seen here.

PERMIT INFORMATION

For those permit requests where the homeowner is doing the work him/herself, and who then require a Workers' Compensation exemption immediately, please access the online application 

 

Please allow time to file this

application and receipt of

attestation before beginning work.



 

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Zoning Board of Appeals

The Palmyra Village Zoning Board of Appeals and Planning Board combined in 2016 and meets on the second Thursday of each month, as needed, at 7:00pm in the Village Hall.

Timothy Denniston, Chair

Term Expires: November 30, 2025

John Goodspeed

Term Expires: November 30, 2023

David Nagle

Term Expires: November 30, 2025

Chris Tome

Term Expires: November 30, 2021

Elaine Hartnagel

Term Expires: November 30, 2026

Carrie Deming (Alternate)

VILLAGE OF PALMYRA CODE BOOK

PART I: ADMINISTRATIVE LEGISLATION

PART II: GENERAL LEGISLATION

CHAPTER 59:    ADULT USES  (§ 59-1 – § 59-5)

CHAPTER 63:    ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES  (§ 63-1 – § 63-5)

CHAPTER 67:    ANIMALS  (§ 67-1 – § 67-14)

CHAPTER 72:    BINGO  (§ 72-1 – § 72-4)

CHAPTER 76:    BUILDING CONSTRUCTION AND FIRE PREVENTION  (§ 76-1 – § 76-17)

CHAPTER 80:    UNSAFE BUILDINGS  (§ 80-1 – § 80-8)

CHAPTER 84:    CURFEW  (§ 84-1 – § 84-9)

CHAPTER 88:    DUMPING, TRESPASSING AND OPEN FIRES  (§ 88-1 – § 88-6)

CHAPTER 94:    ELECTRICAL INSPECTIONS  (§ 94-1 – § 94-8)

CHAPTER 99:    FAIR HOUSING ( § 99-1 – § 99-4)

CHAPTER 104:  FIREARMS AND AIRGUNS  (§ 104-1 – § 104-3)

CHAPTER 108:  FLOOD DAMAGE PREVENTION  (§ 108-1 – § 108-20)

CHAPTER 113:  GAMES OF CHANCE  (§ 113-1 – § 113-7)

CHAPTER 116:  HISTORIC PRESERVATION  (§ 116-1 – § 116-13)

CHAPTER 121:  MOBILE HOMES AND MOBILE HOME COURTS  (§ 121-1 – § 121-22)

CHAPTER 127:  NOISE  (§ 127-1 – § 127-6)

CHAPTER 130:  NUISANCE ABATEMENT  (§ 130-1 – § 130-11)

CHAPTER 132:  PARKS AND RECREATION  (§ 132-1 – § 132-5)

CHAPTER 139:  PEDDLING AND SOLICITING  (§ 139-1 – § 139-23)

CHAPTER 141:  PROTESTS AND DEMONSTRATIONS  (§ 141-1 – § 141-6)

CHAPTER 144:  SEWER RENTS AND CHARGES  (§ 144-1 – § 144-10)

CHAPTER 147:  SEWER USE  (§ 147-1 – § 147-42)

CHAPTER 149:  SEX OFFENDERS  (§ 149-1 – § 149-11)

CHAPTER 151:  SKATEBOARDS AND IN-LINE SKATES  (§ 151-1 – § 151-6)

CHAPTER 155:  SNOWPLOWING  (§ 155-1 – § 155-2)

CHAPTER 159:  SPITTING  (§ 159-1 – § 159-2)

CHAPTER 163:  STREET AND SIDEWALKS  (§ 163-1 – § 163-8)

CHAPTER 167:  SUBDIVISION OF LAND  (§ 167-1 – § 167-8)

CHAPTER 172:  TAXATION  (§ 172-1 – § 172-16)

CHAPTER 178:  TREES  (§ 178-1 – § 178-14)

CHAPTER 183:  VEHICLES AND TRAFFIC  (§ 183-1 – § 183-17)

CHAPTER 189:  WATER   (§ 189-1 – § 189-30)

CHAPTER 194:  YARD AND PROPERTY MAINTENANCE   (§ 194-1 – § 194-10)

CHAPTER 200:  ZONING   (§ 200-1 – § 200-62)

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