Building Codes

SPECIAL NOTE: 

DUE TO THE CURRENT HEALTH AND SAFETY CONCERNS REGARDING COVID-19 OUR LOBBY AND WINDOW IS CURRENTLY CLOSED. YOU MAY SUBMIT APPLICATIONS VIA THE FOLLOWING:

As soon as we receive your application, we will work as quickly as we can to process it. Please note we may call or email you to advise you of fees and other needed items. 

*** If you are calling the Building Codes Phone number (585) 786-8820 and do not receive an immediate answer, please leave a message and one of our CEO’s will return your call as quickly as possible. ***

Thank you for your patience and help to limit exposure during this time. 


Press Release Regarding Executive Order 202.6

The Wyoming County Building Codes Office is open from 8:00 am- 4:00 pm; Monday- Friday. Applications are accepted until 3:30 pm.

CHECK YOUR SMOKE AND CO ALARMS AND CHANGE THE BATTERIES!



Fall has arrived and with the change in seasons comes a very important task- checking your smoke and carbon monoxide alarms and changing batteries.

The newest New York State Code Requirements state that for new construction and additions, hard wired units are required. However, the requirements for existing construction are different. Although, a great addition to any home, any unit can be faulty. Be sure to check all smoke detectors and carbon monoxide alarms monthly. Simply looking for the blinking light is not always enough. As with any electronic device, some options may not be working.

​Be sure to press the test button on all units at least once a month to ensure that the tones on the detectors and alarms are working. Better safe than sorry!

​On November 3, 2019 we change our clocks for "fall back", and this is as good a time as any to remember to check your batteries in any battery powered smoke or carbon monoxide alarm. Be sure to include a date on the inside cover of any unit to ensure that you know how old the batteries are and when they were replaced. A proper working unit is the safest kind of unit.

 
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