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A rental permit is required any time a non-owner occupied home or a second unit in a legal two family dwelling is occupied by someone other than the owner(s) on the deed of the property. See Town of Babylon code 153.2A regarding permits required for rental units.
Single family dwellings with a second unit must have a valid Accessory Apartment permit.
No, basement apartments are not permitted within the Town of Babylon.
No, all vehicles on private property must be registered with valid & visible license plates and a valid vehicle registration. See Town of Babylon Code section 133-25.
Any commercially registered vehicle, including but not limited to a bus, a minibus, a box truck, a tractor-trailer combination (or either component thereof), an ambulance, an articulated bus, an automobile transporter, a boat transporter, a hazard vehicle, a livery, an omnibus, a sani-van, a taxi, a tow truck, a truck, a vanpool vehicle, or any vehicle bearing commercial advertising or identification or any vehicle which is not designed for use as a passenger-only vehicle, which is not a limousine, taxi, livery or other for-hire vehicle.
Parking and/or storing of commercial vehicles on residential premises for a period of longer than one hour and exclusive of local delivery is not permitted.
Parking of commercial vehicles, buses and trailers exceeding 2 ½ tons (5,000 lbs.) on a roadway is prohibited.
No. Rooming houses are not permitted in the Town of Babylon without proper authorization.
Yes. Boats are permitted in the driveway, rear yard and side yard as long as it’s on a registered boat trailer or on blocks/boat stands. Also, boat storage cannot present a sight obstruction or sidewalk obstruction.
No person shall keep, maintain, house or possess any fowl on or in any building, yard or enclosure within the Town which shall be within 100 feet of the dwelling house or living quarters of any other person.
Maintaining chickens is a potential health hazard as their coups attract rodents.