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  • NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING: PROPOSED LOCAL LAW C-2021 AMENDING CODES ENFORCEMENT
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Seneca County Board of Supervisors will hold a public hearing on proposed Local Law C of 2021 Updating Operations & Authority of Seneca County Code Enforcement Unit for the Administration & Enforcement of NYS Uniform Fire Prevention & Building Code; and NYS Energy Conservation Construction Code for Seneca County; […]
  • How do I know if I need to hire a licensed design professional?
    Short answer: It’s complicated. New York State requires that building permit applications to Seneca County Code Enforcement include plans stamped by a Design Professional (either a licensed Architect or a licensed Engineer) when NYS Education Law requires that plans be stamped by a design professional Rules And Regulations – Department of NY State. What makes it complicated is that the […]
  • Delinquent Property Taxes? Sorry, No Building Permit
    Section 4(d)(6) of Seneca County Local Law 2 of 2006, as amended requires that the Seneca County Department of Building and Fire Code Enforcement deny any Building or Operating Permit Application for properties that are subject to any lien for delinquent taxes that has remained unpaid for at least three years as defined in section 1102, […]
  • Incomplete Building Permit Applications No Longer Accepted
    The Seneca County Building and Fire Code Enforcement Department are committed to reducing the time to process a Building Permit application.  Collecting the required information to make an Incomplete application complete accounts for 5-10 business days of delay. As a result, beginning Monday, January 4th, 2016 incomplete Building Permit applications will no longer be accepted. ALL Building Permit applications require […]
  • Proof of Insurance Requirements for Building Permit Applications
    The New York State Department of Labor requires that Municipalities verify that all projects requiring a Building Permit have valid Workers’ Compensation and Disability Benefits coverage. Seneca County may not issue a Building Permit without proof of compliance with Section 57 of Worker’s Compensation Law. Acceptable Proof CE-200 Certificate of Attestation of Exemption if you are a […]

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