Attention Dog Owners
Residing in Henrietta


The Town of Henrietta will be conducting a DOG ENUMERATION, also referred to as a DOG CENSUS, beginning July 1, 2014 through November 30, 2014. Please note that an Animal Control Officer (or an authorized Town representative) will be going "door to door" to verify compliance with Town and State Dog Licensing Laws. You will simply be asked if you have any dogs and if so, are they currently licensed. The Animal Control Officer (or an authorized Town representative) will then verify this information with Town records. If your dog(s) are not in compliance at that time you will be given an opportunity to license your dog(s), subject to any additional fines.

New York State Agriculture and Markets Law, Article 7, requires all dogs to be licensed at four months of age. Once licensed, you will receive a friendly reminder to renew your license once a year. Please bring the following documentation to the Town Hall:

  • Written proof of rabies vaccination (must indicate the vaccination date)
  • Written proof of Spaying / Neutering (if applicable)
  • Applicable Annual Fee ($9 if spayed/neutered, $18 if not)

If your dog(s) are not licensed, please drop by the Town Hall, Town Clerk's Department, 475 Calkins Road, by September 19, 2014 to comply with Town and State Laws.

Please note that additional fines may be imposed once the dog enumeration process starts for any and all unlicensed dogs.

Please note that we've extended the deadline to help you take advantage of our free rabies clinic on September 10th from 4:00pm - 6:00pm.

For additional information, please contact the Town Clerk's Department at 334-7700 or the Animal Control Office at 359-7009.


In the News


Supervisor Jack Moore and the Henrietta Town Board unanimously passed a resolution to oppose the establishment of a gaming casino in the Town of Henrietta.  The resolution was passed during the March 19th Town Board meeting at the Henrietta Town Hall.

The Supervisor and the Town Board urge the residents of Henrietta to express their views to their state and federal officials who have decision making authority in this matter.

The following contact information was available at the Town Board meeting.

To ensure your voice is heard, contact the state governor, your senator and assemblyman. For your convenience their contact information is listed below:


The Honorable Andrew M. Cuomo
Governor of New York State
NYS State Capital Building
Albany, New York 12224
Office phone: (518)474-8390
Senator Patrick M. Gallivan
Monroe County Satellite Office
900 Jefferson Road, suite 202
Rochester, New York 14623
Albany Office
947 LOB
Albany, New York 12247
Assemblyman Harry B. Bronson
840 University Avenue
Rochester, New York 14607