Building Inspector Offices in Suffolk County, New York

There are 5 Building Inspector Offices in Suffolk County, New York, serving a population of 1,497,595 people in an area of 912 square miles. There is 1 Building Inspector per 299,519 people, and 1 Building Inspector per 182 square miles.

In New York, Suffolk County is ranked 41st of 62 counties in Building Inspector Offices per capita, and 14th of 62 counties in Building Inspector Offices per square mile.

List of Suffolk County Building Inspector Offices

Find Suffolk County, New York building inspectors.

Amityville Building Inspector 21 Greene Avenue Amityville, NY

Branch Village Building Inspector 40 Route 111 Smithtown, NY

East Hampton Building Inspector 300 Pantigo Place East Hampton, NY

Lindenhurst Building Inspector 430 South Wellwood Avenue Lindenhurst, NY

Northport Building Inspector 224 Main Street Northport, NY

About Suffolk County Building Inspectors

The Suffolk County Building Inspector, sometimes referred to as a Building Official, is a Suffolk County or local official responsible for ensuring that all building construction is in compliance with building codes and related regulations in Suffolk County, NY. Building codes establish standards for the construction of buildings and they address virtually all aspects of construction, including design requirements, building materials, electric, plumbing and other trades, parking, and resistance to natural disasters. Building Inspectors are typically employed within a Building or Development Department. A Building Department may have multiple Suffolk County Building Inspectors with a Chief Building Inspector overseeing all inspection activities, while smaller jurisdictions may have a single Building Inspector to conduct all building inspection activity.

You may contact the Building Inspector for questions about:
  • Suffolk County building inspections
  • What Building Inspectors look for
  • Building codes and violations in Suffolk County, NY
  • Building permits and permitting process
  • Building, elevator, and fire code compliance in New York