The Wackiest Town License Requirements In Westchester
Sometimes, getting what you want ain’t easy.
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If you’re looking to sell things door-to-door in Dobbs Ferry, you’ll need to pay $100 for the village’s Peddler Permit.
New York requires Fido to have a license; it’s $34/year for a dog that hasn’t been spayed or neutered.
You need a permit to host a bingo night in Lewisboro, plus you’ll need to fork over 3 percent of the night’s earnings to the town.
Amusement centers in Lewisboro are limited to just two video games and can only operate from 11 am to 11 pm on days preceding a school day, or face a fine up to $500.
Apparently enough Westchesterites were collecting and transporting neighbors’ trash to warrant a countywide law requiring a license to do so.
If you want to install a stove in your Rye home, you’ll need a building permit, or pay a fine up to $250.
New Rochelle only allows you to host two tag sales a year, and sales are limited to three consecutive days between the hours of 9 am and 6 pm.
If you want to take precautions against a burglary in Scarsdale by installing an alarm, you’ll need a license to do so.
You can’t sell Christmas trees in Rye without a permit; if you do, you can face a fine of up to $250 or a 15-day jail stint.
Irvington requires a permit to install a fence or even change the style of a fence in your yard.