Established in 1830

Upcoming Events

Monthly Board Meeting: 6/9 @ 6:00pm. This will be a Zoom meeting. Click here to join. 

**THE MCBRIER BRIDGE IN HERMON WILL BE CLOSING  THIS THURSDAY, MAY 14TH FOR RECONSTRUCTION. IT WILL INCLUDE A NEW DECK, GUIDE RAILS, LIGHTING AND A SIDEWALK INSTALLED. THIS PROJECT WILL TAKE AT LEAST 60 DAYS SO PLEASE PLAN TO USE DETOURS ACCORDINGLY!

Click here to review the 2020 Tentative Tax Roll

Hunting & Fishing Licenses are available at the Town Office.


THE HERMON RECREATIONAL PARK IS CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE TO COMPLY WITH STATE MANDATES IN REGARDS TO CORONAVIRUS19 

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Code Enforcement Officer: Mike McQuade

Office: (315) 347-3606

Cell: (315) 323-2999

Fax: (315) 347-4547

Office Hours: Friday 8am - 12pm

Email Address: hermoncodes@gmail.com

A code enforcement officer investigates building standards and land usage to ensure that municipal and county laws for such works are followed. Code enforcement officers should be knowledgeable about the housing and zoning ordinances of their municipality, as well as the requirements for property maintenance.

These officers can also investigate the abandonment of vehicles, as these also fall under the category of maintaining the quality of the municipality. By ensuring that these requirements and provisions are followed, code enforcement officers protect the health, safety and welfare of the public.

Duties

In addition to inspection and investigation of properties and buildings, code enforcement officers determine the nature of environmental or health hazards, nuisance violations and unsafe building conditions. When this has been determined, code enforcement officers issue permits or citations in accordance with the regulations of the municipality. In addition, code enforcement officers must understand and comply with state and federal regulations on land usage, zoning, business permits and building access. Click here for help determining whether or not you are required to apply for a biulding permit.

Requirements

According to the BLS, building and construction inspectors, including code enforcement officers, are required to have a high school diploma; however, many employers also require a degree or experience in related fields, such as architecture, construction technology or building inspection. Although not all municipalities require it, many code enforcement officers pursue certification within their state. In order to obtain certification, officers must pass a state or association examination. Some states also require training credits in addition to the examination. Finally, code enforcement officers are responsible for re certifying to maintain their status as certified code enforcement officers.

Here are the most common forms requested from the Code Enforcement Officer: