Contact: Shawn L Cotter, L.S.
2716 County Road #47
Canandaigua, NY 14424
Phone: (585) 394-0036, ext. 8
Fax: (585) 394-8714
Email: [email protected]
Planning Board Meetings -. Tentatively Scheduled Monthly Every 4th Monday @ 7:00 PM
August 23 - September 27 - October 25 - November 22 - December 16 (Thursday)
James Bator - Planning Board Chairman - Term Expiration 12/31/2025
Phil Bassage - Planning Board Member - Term Expiration 12/31/2026
Ryan Bruzda - Planning Board Member - Term Expiration 12/31/2027
James Carello - Planning Board Member - Term Expiration 12/31/2021
Sylvia Moore - Planning Board Member - Term Expiration 12/31/2022
Nick Sergeant - Planning Board Member - Term Expiration 12/31/2024
Allan M. Wesche - Planning Board Member - Term Expiration 12/31/2023
TWO ALTERNATE POSITIONS ARE AVAILABLE....Please contact Town Clerk Denise Hood if interested.
Notice of Public Hearings - July 26, 2021 (Seating capacity may be Limited)
The Ontario County Planning Board reviews certain zoning and planning actions prior to the final decision made at the village, town, or city level and makes a recommendation to the municipality. Although CPB review is required, the action is advisory in nature and can be overridden at the local level (super majority if a denial).
NYS law spells out the types of actions reviewed by the CPB:
NYS law specifies that CPB is required for the above actions to occur on real property lying within a distance of 500 feet from any: boundary of any city, village, or town boundary of any existing or proposed county or state park or other recreation area, right-of-way of any existing or proposed county or state parkway, thruway, expressway, road or highway, existing or proposed right-of-way of any stream or drainage channel owned by the county or for which the county has established channel lines existing or proposed boundary of any county or state owned land on which a public building or institution is situated.
Membership consists of one representative from each of the 16 towns and 2 cities selected by the town board or city council and formally appointed by the Board of Supervisors for terms of 5 years. Members representing a town, also represent any village(s) located with the town.