Town of Henrietta, NY
Monroe County
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Table of Contents
Table of Contents
[Amended 9-2-2009 by Res. No. 16-176/2009; 11-17-2010 by Res. No. 21-193/2010; 11-19-2014 by Res. No. 21-255/2014; 12-30-2015 by Res. No. 25-342/2015; 12-28-2016 by Res. No. 25-280/2016]
Type of Service
Fee
Dog licenses
Unspayed/Unneutered
$18
Spayed/Neutered
$9
Rabies vaccinations
$16
Flea treatment (if applicable)
$5
Euthanasia and cremation fee
Dogs
$77
Cats
$52
Transport (within Henrietta)
$25
Cremation only
Dogs
$60
Cats
$35
Seizure fees (within a one-year time period)
First time
$25
Second time
$35
Third time
$45
Fourth time
$55
Five or more times
$65
Dog boarding fees (based on an overnight stay; minimum of $12)
First overnight stay (0 to 24 hours)
$25
Second overnight stay
$35
Third overnight stay
$45
Fourth overnight stay
$55
Fifth overnight stay
$65
Cat boarding fees
First overnight stay (0 to 24 hours)
$15
Each additional 24 hours
$15
Boarding fees for other animals
To be determined on an individual basis
Notes:
(1)
If the animal is taken to the Veterinary Specialists and Emergency Service at White Spruce Boulevard, the Town will be charged an additional fee by Suburban Animal Hospital.
(2)
Except for unusual circumstances, after the fifth day the animal will be transferred to the Humane Society for adoption or euthanasia.
[Amended 3-15-2006; 1-17-2007 by Res. No. 3-55/2007; 5-21-2008 by Res. No. 12-138/2008; 1-6-2010 by Res. No. 1-29/2010; 1-5-2011 by Res. No. 1-32/2011; 1-4-2012 by Res. No. 1-30/2012; 12-30-2015 by Res. No. 25-340/2015; 12-28-2016 by Res. No. 25-279/2016; 1-3-2018 by Res. No. 1-33/2018]
Type
Fee
New structures
Residential
One- and two-family dwellings
$0.25 per sf
Apartments and townhouses
$0.35 per sf
Commercial and industrial
Commercial and industrial
$0.40 per sf
Large Project Surcharge
Commercial and industrial (over $500,000)
$0.008 times project cost
(new construction, additions, renovations)
Renovation
Residential
$50
Commercial and industrial
$0.50 per sf + $150
Building additions
Residential
Minimum $75 or $0.25 per sf
Commercial and industrial
Minimum $200 or $0.45 per sf
Accessory structures
Residential
Garage
$50
Deck/Porch
$50
Sheds
$25
Pole barn or other similar structure
$135
Gazebo
$20
Ramps
$50
Sunroom
$50
Carport
$50
Reroof
$35
Commercial
Storage shed
$135
Dumpster enclosure
$100
Dumpster
$75
Certificates of occupancy
Residential
$50
One- and two-family dwellings
$50
Apartments and townhouses (per building)
$100
Commercial
$150
Certificates of compliance
Residential
$50
Commercial
$140
Demolition
Residential
$150
Residential, small
$50
Commercial
Interior
$400
Entire building
$600
Relocation of building
$350
Fences
Residential
$35
Commercial
$130
Pools
Residential
$45
Commercial
$200
Trailers
Residential
$150
Commercial
$200
Plumbing
Residential
$3 per fixture plus $50 permit
Commercial
$4.50 per fixture plus $100 permit
License
$125
Stop-work orders
Residential
$100
Commercial
$250
Rescind of order
$100
Plan reviews
Residential
Residential
$50
One- and two-family
$65
Multiple dwelling
$75
Commercial
Normal review time
$110
Expedited review time
$155
Applications
Town Board
$100
Zoning Board
Residential
$45
Commercial
$150
Planning Board
Residential
$100
Commercial
$100
Signs
New
Minimum $65 or $3.25 per sf
Replacing sign copy
$50
Grand opening (2-week maximum)
$75
Going out of business (2-week maximum)
$75
Special events and promotions (2-week maximum)
$75
Public hearing
$200
Reinspections
Residential
$50
Commercial
$125
Inspections
Residential
$55
Commercial
$125
After-hours inspections
Residential
$115
Commercial
$250
Peddler, solicitor and vendor permits
Company
$215
Each individual
$40
Rental registry
Rental registry fee
$150
Video and arcade games
Three machines or fewer
$75 plus $25 per machine
Four machines or more
$150 plus $20 per machine
Commercial outdoor sales
$200 plus $0.25 per 5,000 sf
Professional services
Zoning compliance letter
$50
Professional review by staff, per hour
$50
Professional services, per hour
$75
Fire prevention
Public assembly
$100
Fire code
$50
Alarm, commercial
$50
Alarm, residential (permit required)
Hazardous materials/fuel dispensing
$75
Elevator permit, per elevator
$25
Fuel-fired appliances
$50
Kiosk (indoor)
$75
Tent
$65
Use and occupancy
$100
Day-care facility
$100
Garage, vehicle repair
$90
Hotel/Motel
$250
Lumberyard
$85
Multifamily residence
First building
$125
Subsequent buildings
$75
Torch down roofing
$75
Truss placard identification
$50
Fire systems plan review and permit
$125
Temporary fuel storage tank
$125
Aboveground and underground tank closure or removal
$150
Liquified petroleum gas (LPG)
To install, maintain and operate LPG tank/container
125 to 600 gallons
$100
601 to 1,200 gallons
$150
Over 1,200 gallons
$200
Temporary LPG tank/container
$125
To install, maintain and operate a propane exchange
0 to 500 pounds
$125
501 to 2,500 pounds
$200
2,501 to 6,000 pounds
$275
6,001 to 10,000 pounds
$350
Over 10,000 pounds
$500
Fire restoration
Residential
Permit
$50
Certificate of occupancy
$50
Professional services
$50
Commercial
Permit
$0.40 per sf plus $150
Certificate of occupancy
$150
Plan review, per hour
$95
Communication towers
Construction of new tower
$1,000
Co-location on existing tower
$500
Special events/inspections
Fire/Life safety inspections (carnivals/fairs/exhibits/trade shows and others)
$200
Conduct a fireworks display
$200
Special event permit/outdoor sales
$200
Air-supported temporary membrane structure over 200 square feet
$125
Liquid- or gas-fueled vehicles or equipment in assembly buildings
$125
Special amusement buildings (includes haunted houses)
$125
Additional personnel standby fees/inspection of fireworks display fees: Standby/Fireworks display fees will be charged at a base rate of $200. The complexity of the special event will determine the number of hours required. Additional fees will not be charged if the event is held during normal Town Hall business hours.
Food trucks
Initial special use permit fee
$100
Food truck permit
$475
Yearly renewal
$375
Chickens
Initial application
$25
Initial inspection
$50
Yearly renewal
$25
[1]
Editor's Note: The name of this Department was revised 2-15-2006 by L.L. No. 1-2006.
A. 
Amusement centers (see § 20-5A).
[Amended 3-15-2006]
(1) 
Amusement centers which offer or operate only amusement games with four or more machines: $125 plus $15 per machine.
(2) 
All other amusement centers which present any public amusement with three or fewer machines: $60 plus $20 per machine.
B. 
Building numbers (see § 52-3): $15.
C. 
Floodplain development permit application (see § 125-11A): $100 per acre.
D. 
Biochemical oxygen demand sewer charge. The additional charge as set forth in Chapter 219 of the Henrietta Town Code with respect to biochemical oxygen demand shall be as follows:
[Amended 9-16-2015 by Res. No. 17-239/2015]
(1) 
For each 30 milligrams of biochemical oxygen demand in excess of 300 or fraction thereof: an additional charge of $0.053.
(2) 
For each 35 milligrams of suspended solids in excess of 350: an additional charge of $0.053.
(3) 
For any sewage having the characteristics described in § 219-12C: an additional charge of $0.53 per 100 cubic feet.
E. 
Sewer rents. Consistent with Chapter 219 of the Henrietta Town Code, sewer rents shall be as follows:
[Amended 4-3-2002; 11-5-2003; 11-17-2004; 11-2-2005; 11-21-2007 by Res. No. 21-224/2007; 3-2-2011 by Res. No. 6-88/2011; 9-16-2015 by Res. No. 17-239/2015]
(1) 
Residential property: For each residential unit, there shall be an annual sewer rent charge, which shall be established by the Town Board. Such charge will be kept on file with the Town Clerk.
[Amended 12-28-2016 by Res. No. 25-279/2016; 1-24-2018 by Res. No. 4-92/2018]
(2) 
Nonresidential property: On a quarterly basis, the charge shall be $1.287 per 1,000 gallons of water consumption at the subject property, with a minimum charge of $19.31 for 15,000 gallons of water consumption or less.
F. 
Zoning (see § 295-62E).
(1) 
Appeals: $150.
[Amended 3-15-2006]
(2) 
An appeal involving a use variance: $100.
(3) 
An application by the owner or his agent of a single-family dwelling for a variance or special permit incidental to the use or maintenance of said dwelling as a single-family dwelling, including but not limited to such matters as fence heights, residential swimming pools, setbacks and similar requests: $45.
[Amended 3-15-2006]
G. 
Stormwater fees (if not posted in the project’s letter of credit) (see Chapter 236).
[Added 5-7-2008 by L.L. No. 1-2008]
(1) 
Erosion and sediment control inspection fee: $150 per site visit. [NOTE: As specified in § 236-22, Inspections.]
[Added 2-1-2006 by Res. No. 4-65/2006]
A. 
Each lot in a subdivision: $500.
B. 
Each condominium unit for sale: $500.
C. 
Each townhouse unit for sale: $500.
D. 
Each duplex unit for sale: $500.
E. 
Each unit of a rental development: $150.
[Added 1-3-2018 by Res. No. 1-33/2018]
A. 
Recreation Center membership fees:
Membership Type
Resident Annual Fee
Nonresident Annual Fee
Adult (14 to 59)
$10
$30
Senior (60+)
Free
$15
Youth (0 to 4)
Free
Free
Youth (5 to 13)
$5
$15
Veteran
Free
$15
B. 
Recreation Center room reservation fees:
Room
Resident Fee
(per hour)
Nonresident Fee
(per hour)
Gym 1
$50
$60
Gym 2
$50
$60
Gym 2-A
$35
$45
Gym 2-B
$35
$45
Batting Cage
$50
$60
Activity Room
$35
$45
Multipurpose Room 1
$35
$45
Multipurpose Room 2
$35
$45
C. 
Recreation Center room reservation schedule:
Reservation Dates
Beginning for Residents
Beginning for Nonresidents
1/1/2018 to 4/30/2018
12/11/2017
12/18/2017
5/1/2018 to 8/31/2018
4/16/2018
4/23/2018
9/1/2018 to 12/31/2018
8/13/2018
8/20/2018
D. 
Cabin and pavilion fees (available to reserve 365 days in advance for residents, 335 days in advance for nonresidents):
Facility
Resident Daily Fee
Nonresident Daily Fee
Roberts Cabin
$100
$175
Bushman Cabin
$100
$175
Baldwin Cabin
$150
$225
Pavilions
$25
$50
E. 
Cleaning deposit: A cleaning deposit of $100, in the form of a check, is due upon key pickup for all cabins and Tyler Pavilion. All garbage must be bagged and left in the cans. Any overflow of garbage must be taken with you. If the facility is left in its original condition, your check will be returned to you by mail. Failure to follow these rules and/or failure to return the key upon completion of your rental may result in forfeiture of your cleaning deposit.
F. 
Athletic field reservation fees:
(1) 
Rectangle and softball fields: $25 per hour per field.
(2) 
Veterans Memorial Park field lighting: $35 per hour per field.
(3) 
Softball field grooming and lining: $100 per field.
[Added 1-3-2018 by Res. No. 1-33/2018]
A. 
Dog licensing.
(1) 
Spayed/neutered: $9.
(2) 
Unspayed/unneutered: $18.
(3) 
Dog tag: $3.
B. 
Dog park.
(1) 
Dog park permit: $24.
(2) 
Dog park replacement tag: $5.
C. 
Passports.
(1) 
Processing fee: $25.
(2) 
Photo: $10.
D. 
Marriages.
(1) 
Marriage license: $40.
(2) 
Marriage transcript: $10.
(3) 
Marriage transcripts mailed: $20 ($10 certificate plus $10 mail/fee).
E. 
Miscellaneous charges.
(1) 
Notary: $2 per person for nonresidents.
(2) 
Map (small): $5.
(3) 
Map (large): $10.
(4) 
NSF check fee: $20.
(5) 
Copies: $0.25 per page.
(6) 
Postage: varies per USPS pricing.
(7) 
Bids: $30/$40 if mailed.
(8) 
Going-out-of-business license: $500. ($75 nonrefundable/$425 refundable).
(9) 
Going-out-of-business renewal: $50.
(10) 
Refuse license: $100 per truck.
(11) 
Refuse license late fee: $250 for application not submitted by December 1.
(12) 
Refuse license violation: $250 per day for collecting without a license.
(13) 
E-ZPass tag: $25.
(14) 
Fax: $1 per page.
(15) 
Cemetery plot: $500 per grave.
(16) 
Burial permit: $25 if contractor to provide cemetery grave opening and closing followup/$125 if TOH to provide cemetery grave opening and closing followup.