Smithtown Building Department 99 W Main St, Smithtown, NY11787 The building department enforces the New York State Building Code and implements the zoning regulations adopted by the…More town. It issues permits for new construction, additions and alterations. This department is also responsible for inspecting construction in progress and completing certificates of occcupancy. Town, village and state building codes can be found on its website, along with applications for commercial and residential permits and a link to request an inspector.
Town Hall 99 W Main St, Smithtown, NY11787 Town Hall acts as the central administrative office of the community, and is home to Smithtown's building, engineering,…More highway, personnel, purchasing, recreation and senior citizens departments, the town attorney, parks, buildings and grounds, water district, assessor's office, comptroller's office and more. For additional information, call the number or visit the website provided.
Smithtown Office of the Assessor 40 Maple Ave, Smithtown, NY11787 Town Assessor Greg Hild and his staff enforce the assessment policies and procedures dictated by the New York State…More Real Property Tax Law. The department is responsible for determining and maintaining assessments, property inventory records and identifying ownership interest on approximately 43,000 town parcels. The department also communicates essential assessment information to taxpayers, appraisers, bankers, realtors, attorneys and others and administers real property tax exemptions to eligible property owners. The appraisal staff annually reviews and evaluates building permits for inventory or assessment changes.
Smithtown Town Council 99 W Main St, Smithtown, NY11787 Town Council members Thomas J. McCarthy, Edward R. Wehrheim, Robert J. Creighton and Kevin J. Malloy work with Town…More Supervisor Patrick R. Vecchio to build the Smithtown community. Council members participate in formal meetings twice monthly, during which they may enact ordinances, manage budget and personnel matters, oversee townwide planning and zoning and establish recreation areas. Residents elect council members every four years. Each member serves as a liaison for particular departments under the town's jurisdiction and keeps part-time office hours to respond to resident inquiries.