Both parties need to be present. You need TWO forms of legal identification. This includes birth certificate, valid driver license, or passport. If you have been divorced, you need your stamped “received” divorce papers from EVERY previous marriage.
Detailed information can be found at the following weblink:
The Freedom of Information Law requires that we respond to a request within five (5) business days of receipt of a request. If your request is approved, your request will be sent to the appropriate department for fulfillment. The requested documents will be released to you as soon as possible depending upon the volume of documents requested and time involved locating the material, but it will be within twenty (20) business days from the approval, unless we notify you otherwise. If any portion of the request is denied, you will be informed of the reason in writing and provided with the contact information to whom an appeal should be directed.
There is no leash law for cats; therefore, the owners are not breaking any laws. The cats, unfortunately, can wander wherever they want. If you want to keep cats out of your yard, garden, etc., you can try a repellant. A commercial repellant can be purchased at farm & garden stores and pet stores. There are also repellants you can make yourself and try. You can go online to find some or you can call Animal Control at (585) 359-7009, they have a list they can mail to you that has a variety of things you can try. If the cat appears feral (wild) and doesn't belong to anyone, AC can loan you a humane trap to catch it. They will show you how to bait it, set it and the best location to place it along with other tips on how to catch the cat.
Once you catch it, however, the cat is your responsibility; take it to Lollypop Farm, a rescue group, keep it or find it a home. AC does not pick up cats.
Main Post Office (Jefferson Road) (585) 272-5953;
Henrietta Post Office (Goodburlet Road) (585) 334-3700;
West Henrietta Post Office (Erie Station Road) (585) 334-5954.
Working papers can be obtained through the Rush-Henrietta School District, generally at the nurse’s office, located at the Senior High School, 1799 Lehigh Station Road, Henrietta, New York 14467. For further information, please contact (585)359-5200.
If the animal is able to walk it is best to leave it alone. Keep children and pets away from it while it wanders through. If the animal cannot stand and/or walk and is a Canada goose, deer, fox or coyote, you need to call the DEC at (585) 226-2466. For smaller animals, for example, rabbit, bird or woodchuck, call Animal Control at (585) 359-7009 and they will pick up the injured animal. Once AC picks up the animal it is checked by a Veterinarian who determines if the animal is a candidate for a rehabilitator or should be humanely euthanized. AC can also give you the names and telephone numbers of rehabilitators that may take the animal if you prefer to contact them yourself.
D/B/A’s are processed through the Monroe County Clerk’s office, located at 39 W. Main Street, Rochester, New York 14614 (at the corner of W. Main Street and South Fitzhugh Street). For further information, please contact (585) 753-1600.
Pistol Permits are processed through the Monroe County Clerk’s office, located at 39 W. Main Street, Rochester, New York 14614 (at the corner of W. Main Street and South Fitzhugh Street). For further information, please contact (585) 753-1600.
Monroe County Sheriff’s Office Central Records Unit
Public Safety Building
130 South Plymouth Avenue
Rochester, NY 14614
Monday – Thursday
10:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
2:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.
10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.
There is a $25.00 for the service.
Conservation licenses can be obtained from the Town Clerk’s office during normal business hours: Monday through Friday from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm, except on holidays.