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In this section, in addition to the Town of Parma Code, you can find current and archival Town, Planning, Zoning and Conservation Boards minutes starting with 2006 through the present; Town Board Agendas; Legal and Public Notices published through the Town Clerk Office , Budget information; Bid Package Information and Internal Town Policies.

Town Code - E-Code for Town of Parma

Regulations and Reports
Legal and Public Notices
Freedom of Information Requests (FOIL)
Legal Notice – 2019 Meeting Dates for Parma Boards and Office Closings
Storm and Related Emergency Information – For contact information on Power Outages, Downed Wires, Emergency Shelters and relevant information in an emergency
Spencerport Ecumenical Food Shelf 585-397-0290
Parma Zoning Map
Parma Ridge Road Zoning Map
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Rabies - Wild Animals

Rabies is found in warm-blooded animals, frequently in raccoons, foxes, skunks and bats. All warm-blooded animal bites are considered possible exposure to the rabies virus. For this reason it has been mandated by the New York State Public Health Law that every animal bite be reported to the local health department.

A bite by any animal should be thoroughly cleansed with soap and water as soon as possible and medical attention should be sought immediately. The biting animal must be captured if it is a stray cat, dog or wild animal.

If your pet fights with a known or suspected rabid animal, the rabies virus in that animals saliva may remain alive on the pets skin or in its mouth for up to 3 hours. If it is necessary to handle the pet during this period wear gloves. Wash the pet with soap and water. Call the Monroe County Health Department at 585-274-6064.

Pets

  • Keep your pets vaccinations up to date.
  • All dogs and cats are required by the New York State Public Health Law to be vaccinated for rabies

See also...

Arthur J. Fritz, Jr.
Dog Control Officer
Cell Number: 281-3690
After Hours or Emergencies Call 911
zoning@parmany.org (this can be used for dog related issues - not responded to on a daily basis)

Town Events Calendar
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Parma Town Hall
1300 Hilton Parma Corners Rd.
P.O. Box 728
Hilton, NY 14468
585-392-9461 . Fax: 585-392-6659

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