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Temporary Residences, Campgrounds & Migrant Farmworker Housing

Temporary Residences (hotels, motels & cabin colonies), Campgrounds & Migrant Farmworker Housing in Cattaraugus County require inspection and a “Permit to Operate” issued by the Health Department.  Each facility type receives a minimum of one inspection per year to ensure compliance with the applicable sections of the NYS Sanitary Code and may also be required to meet the requirements of a public water supply, if water is provided by an onsite source.  Please contact the Environmental Health Division for more information.  These facility types normally require plan re Read more

Permits & Inspections

The Environmental Health Division is charged with permit issuance and inspection of several types of establishments, facilities and activities, which may impact public health.  Below is a list of facilities and activities, which may require a "Permit to Operate" from the Health Department.  Additional information regarding each facility type may be found using the following links. Read more

Environmental Health Services Fees

All fees charged for Environmental Health services are established by the Cattaraugus County Legislature through local law.

The download below is the most recent revision of the local law establishing fees to be charged by the Cattaraugus County Health Department.  This law became effective August 1, 2011. 

Please note that with the establishment of this fee schedule, non-profit organizations are no longer exempt from fees charged for Environmental Health services.

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