Obtain a Permit On-Line

Town of Eden Building and Zoning Inspector is Scott Henry

For Your Convenient the Town of Eden Building Department is offering a link listed above for you to "Obtain a Permit On-line". Click on the link and a form will open in "pdf" format which will allow you to print this application from your own computer. You may then proceed to fill it out and return it via mail or in-person to the Town Clerk's Office located on the 1st floor of the Eden Town Hall along with the appropriate fee for permit filing.

Should you have any questions regarding filling out your application or the process involved you may either contact Scott Henry, Building and Zoning Inspector via email at Scott@edenny.org or call at (716)992-3576. The office is open 5 days a week, 9AM to 5PM.

You may also find the answers to your questions from this website in the Frequently Asked Questions section or the "How do I obtain a Permit" section.

To Mail your application please send with the appropriate fee to:

    Eden Town Hall
    2795 East Church Street
    Eden, NY 14057
    Att: Eden Town Clerk Dept.

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  • Building Permit Application
  • Alterations/Repairs to Building/Structure

  • Decks

  • Fences

  • Residential-One or Two Family Dwelling or an Addition to a Dwelling

  • Residential Assessory Building/Structure

  • Signs

  • Solid Fuel Burning Appliances

  • Swimming Pools

  •    It is imperative that contractors follow the architectural drawings given to them by the homeowners