Commercial Area Variance – requires EAF. See link below
Use Variance – requires EAF. See link below
Link to Short EAF & Long EAF – parts 1, 2 & 3 The applicant or sponsor must complete Part I, 2 and 3 (as/if applicable) of the Short or Long Environmental Assessment Form (EAF) and submit it to the Town for review and determination of lead agency. The Town lead agency will then coordinate with the applicant or sponsor and review, comment and/or edits as/if needed. Please note the applicant or sponsor must sign and date Part 1. The Town lead agency responsible officer and/or preparer will sign and date Part 3 upon completion of the SEQR process and return a copy to the applicant or sponsor.
Monroe County Development Review Online – NEW! – effective 6/15/2020
Agriculture District Notification Packet – farm operation parcels or within 500 feet of farm operation parcels for Site Plan, Subdivision, Special Use Permit or Use Variance applications
Administrative Area Variance – 6″ or less (approval is required from Director of Building & Codes to request this type of application)