Activities Requiring Permits

  1. Permit Fee Schedule revised January 2023 (PDF)

    Permit Fee Schedule

  2. Agricultural Fairgrounds & Mass Gatherings

    Agricultural fairground means a property where a fair has been conducted, or is proposed to be conducted to receive premium reimbursement pursuant to Section 286 of the Agriculture and Markets Law, including the parcel or tract of land, buildings or other structures, campsites, and food service establishments, temporary or permanent, pertaining thereto.  A mass gathering shall mean one which is likely to attract 5,000 people or more and continue for 24 hours or more but shall not include a temporary residence under permit.

  3. Bathing Beach


  4. Campground / Recreational Vehicle Park

    A permit is required to operate a campground where five or more campsites are occupied or maintained for occupancy.

  5. Children's Camps

    Summer day camps, traveling summer day camps and children's overnight camps.

  6. Food

    This includes: Food Service Establishment, Mobile Food Service, Temporary Food Service, Vending Machines. Additionally, Food Handler Safety Training information can be found here.

  7. Migrant Farmworker Housing

    Migrant farmworker housing facilities occupied by five or more persons one or more of whom are employed to perform farm activities.

  8. Mobile Home Park

    Mobile home park maintained for the placement of five or more mobile and/or manufactured homes.

  9. Swimming Pool

    Indoor Pools, Outdoor Pools and Spas

  10. Body Art Establishment (tattoo / piercing) and Indoor Tanning Facility

    Information and applications for Body Art Establishment Certification, Body Art Artist Certification, and Indoor Tanning Permits.

  11. Temporary Residence

    Hotels, Motels, Cabins