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Welcome to the Building and Code Enforcement Department, located at 49 State Street and open Monday – Friday, 8:30am to 4:30pm (except holidays).

Our department handles a wide range of matters pertaining to NYS Building Code, property maintenace and inspections, permits & certificates of occupancy, fire safety, and applications to the Planning Board and the Zoning Board of Appeals.

We welcome your questions and inquiries so please stop by, give us a call, or forward an email.

Please note: We cannot accept complaints via telephone. Please complete a Code Enforcement Complaint Form 

Permits

(contact us to verify the need for a permit)

Rentals

Fire / Safety Inspections

Code Issues

Stormwater / Flood Plain / Illicit Discharge

Planning / Zoning

General Documents

Lead Poisoning or Mold

Lead Poisoning – Contact the Monroe County Public Health Office at 585-753-5087.

Mold – There are no governmental agencies that test for mold. The best treatment is to identify the problem that is causing the mold, then eliminate the problem. You will also need to clean up any mold that has formed. Here are some trustworthy websites that offer detailed information on both mold and lead:

Rental Property Interactive Map

Use our interactive map to view rental properties in the village.

 

Disclaimer: The completeness, accuracy, or timeliness of any information and data posted on the map is not the responsibility of Google and shall be updated on a monthly basis by the Village of Brockport Building/Code Enforcement Department. In the event any information on the Village of Brockport’s official printed documents differs from information contained on this map, the official printed documents shall take precedence.

 

Expired Certificates of Occupancy:

Be advised that a notice was mailed to owners of rental properties that have an expired Certificate of Occupancy. The property owners are required to remedy the violation within 30 calendar days or occupancy may be prohibited at the property. We urge students to ensure that their chosen rental property has a valid Certificate of Occupancy to avoid displacement in the fall.

An example of the notice can be viewed here.

Any questions or concerns should be directed to the Building Dept at 585-637-5300 ext. 14