Town Offices

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Kingsbury Town Hall
6 Michigan Street
Hudson Falls, NY 12839
Phone: 518-747-2188
Fax: 518-747-4500

info@kingsburyny.gov

FOUNDED APRIL, 1762
RECOGNIZED AS A TOWN MARCH 23, 1786

Building and Codes Office
Code Enforcement Officer: Ross Cortese
Phone 518-747-2188  x3008

Hours of operation: Monday through Friday 8:30am to 4:00pm

All Building Permit Applications submitted after June 1st, 2016, must be done on a Washington County Permit Application.

All Sign permits are local permits and will continue to be processed solely in our offices here at the Town of Kingsbury Offices.

If you have a Building Permit that was issued to you before June 1, 2016, all of your inspections will continue to be done by the Code Enforcement Officer, Ross Cortese.

Any permits that are issued on or after June 1, 2016, will be inspected by Washington County Code Enforcement officials.

For further information see Washington County's Code Enforcement webpage.

The Building and Codes Department is responsible for issuing Building Permits and conducting code inspections. Examples of work that require a building permit include:

  • New Residence

  • Garages

  • Additions

  • Conversion of Basement, Attics or Storage Space to Living Space

  • Sheds that exceed 144 square feet in floor area

  • Storage Buildings

  • Above Ground and Inground Pools

  • Change in Electrical, Plumbing, or Heating

  • Structural Alterations or Repairs

  • Septic Systems

  • Fireplaces and any Solid Fuel Burning Appliance

  • Porches, and Decks

  • Commercial or Industrial Construction

  • Additions, Modifications, Conversions, Demolition of any Structures, any change of use 

This list is not inclusive and if there is any question as to whether or not a building permit is required, please contact Building Department prior to starting any work.

Stormwater Discharges from Municipal Separate Storm Sewer Systems (MS4) Annual Report for period ending March 09, 2017. pdf
Kingsbury participates in a Federal Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) mandated program for Municipal Separate Storm Sewer Systems (MS4). The purpose of this program is to control the inflow of pollutants into the town's storm sewers and drainage ditches. Products such as oil, antifreeze, liter, animal wastes, fertilizer, pesticides and sediment for erosion can be washed into the storm drain system during rain storms or by melting snow. Eventually this untreated storm water flows into our streams and lakes and can impact water quality.

The Building and Codes Department is also responsible for coordinating meetings of the Planning and Zoning Board.

Application Forms and Instructions 

pdf Sign Permit Application Updated 07/22/16
pdf
Code Enforcement Fee Schedule (Washington County)
pdf
Building Permit Application (Washington County)
pdf
Demolition Permit Application (Washington County)
pdf Heating and Chimney Permit Application (Washington County)
pdf Sewage Disposal System Application
 (Washington County)
pdf
Record Search Request (Washington County)
pdf
Truss Type, Pre-Engineered Wood or Timber Construction Notice (Washington County)
pdf
(MS4) Annual Report for period ending March 09, 2017

 

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