Onondaga County Planning and Development
- Posted by: Emily James
- Category: Community News
The planning and development directory of Onondaga consist of Randy Capriotti; Director of Code Enforcement, Doug Miller; Engineer for the Town, David Corbett; Fire Inspector and Lisa Beeman; Deputy Clerk. All inspections require a 24 hour notice and should be authorized there the Town personnel before scheduling an inspection date. You much make a notification when roof repairs are done, there is any new addition or new home. The Town of Manlius Zoning Ordinance allow vehicles to only be parked in the storage garages. No vehicles are allowed to be parked in the open. The Town of Manlius currently does not regulate fencing on private/commercial property unless the fencing relates to a swimming pool, hot tub, spa etc. Sheds are considered accessory structures as long as they are not occupied as dwelling units or part of the main structure. Any shed or playscapes less than 100 square foot do not need a building permit, however, the setback requirements for each zone are still applicable. Deck construction, whether affixed to a structure or stand alone, requires a building permit. Modifications to an existing deck: replace rotted flooring, stair treads, railing tops, side spindles and general cosmetic repairs like painting/sealing do not require a permit. Questions on how to build a deck can be found on or website by going to: Planning and Zoning- Quick Links on right hand side- click on Prescriptive Residential Wood Deck Construction Guide.All buildings and homes are to have a address numbers placed in a position to be viewed legible and visible from the street or road of property.Flood Hazard Maps for the Town of Manlius are located within the Planning and Development office at the Town Hall. Flood Hazard Maps are determined and produced by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). Properties located within designated flood zones are subject to special building and development requirements.
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