Renee Marcus, AIA, Superintendent of Building Department

Frank J. Chiara – Village Trustee Liaison

One Pool & Garage Road
GPS Location:  124 Stewart Street

Telephone: 516-326-6319
Fax: 516-326-2751
Email: [email protected]

Please submit all permits/license applications to the Building Dept.

Permit applications

Permit Fees
When Do I Need A Permit?
Guidelines for Pools Requirements
Guidelines for Finished Basements
Asbestos Facts & Responsibilities

Building Permit Application
Permit Renewal Application
Plumbing Permit Application
Mechanical Electrical (HVAC) Permit Application
Roof Permit Application
Pool & Spa Permit Application
Driveway Permit Application
Fence Permit Application

Sidewalk Permit Application
Dumpster Permit Application
Street Opening Permit Application

Architectural Review Board Application
Architectural Review Board Sign and Storefront Application
Architectural Review Board Solar/Photovoltaic System Review 
Board of Zoning Appeals Application
Vacant Building Registration Form

License applications

Electrician’s license
Contractor’s license
Plumbers license

The Building Department  is responsible for reviewing all plans submitted for alterations or new structures. The Building Department also issues permits and makes the required inspections during construction. This is done to assure compliance with New York State and local codes which leads to the issuance of certificate of occupancy or certificate of compliance within the Village.

By law, obtaining permits for any structural change is a New York State requirement. Building Department inspections protect the owner(s) from inferior workmanship. Providing permits via inspection facilitates obtaining home equity loans, mortgages and, most importantly, easy resale negotiations. Be certain to call the Building Department at 516-326-6319 before you make any changes to your property.

The Mayor and Board of Trustees appoint the Building Superintendent. This officer serves as Liaison to the Architectural and Preliminary Site Plan Review Board (ARB). Certain alterations may require the approval of the ARB for aesthetic purposes before a building permit is able to be issued. Other construction issues may require a hearing before the Zoning Board of Appeals (ZBA) to obtain a variance from the Zoning Code before a permit can be issued. Code compliance is ensured via working with the residents.