How to File a Code Complaint in Onondaga County
Thank you for participating in Save Burnet Road’s Code Complaint Campaign.
Beginning in 2021, Onondaga County began pressuring the residents of Burnet Road sell their properties to expand the vacant White Pines Commerce Park. Onondaga county is responsible for the upkeep of those properties, just like any other property owner. Despite that responsibility, Onondaga County has neglected these once-cherished homes, leading to violations of the codes they are meant to enforce.
The instructions below listed properties the County has failed to properly maintain and code violations they have broken. You can copy and paste the information below into the form on the Town of Clay website.
Click on the button below to open the window in a new tab and see below for step-by-step instructions on how to submit a code violation complaint against the offending county-owned properties.
How to fill out the code complaint:
Thank you for participating in our code campaign. Save Burnet Road is a group of concerned residents dedicated to protecting a community from eminent domain abuse in Clay, NY. Contact Ellen Hamlett at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more or visit SaveBurnetRoad.org.
Want to do more to help? Click here to let your policy makers know you oppose the use of eminent domain by sending them a prewritten letter.