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Forms used by the Adirondack Park Agency

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Jurisdictional Inquiry

Jurisdictional Inquiry Form

Use this form to find out if you need to apply for a permit. The new electronic jurisdictional inquiry form cannot be completed online. Instead, to complete the Agency's electronic jurisdictional inquiry form please download the form, fill it out completely, sign electronically per the instructions provided, save the form, attach a copy plus any other required documents to an email, and submit to If you are unable to submit via email, hard copy submissions are accepted, although delays may occur.

Download form: Jurisdictional Inquiry Form (JIF)

Help Information

For more information on this topic, see the Property Owners section of our web site.

Subdivision, House, Cabin Applications
Tower, Antenna Applications
General Permit Applications

General Permits authorize an expedited Agency review process for the following activities:

Freedom of Information

Acccess to Agency Records Application

Under the New York State Freedom of Information Law (FOIL) many Agency records are available for inspection. Some records are available on this website.

Download form: Application for Access to Records

Help Information

Detailed information is available on the Access to Records page.

Map Amendment

Map Amendment Application

Application to amend the Official Adirondack Park Land Use And Development Plan zoning map.

Download form: Map Amendment Application Form





Before spending time filling out any forms, it's best to check with the APA to determine what forms may apply to your project. For more help, see contact us, the Property Owners section, and the Citizen's Guide.

General help for downloading and printing forms.

Filling out forms as completely as possible will aid in a more timely review. For assistance in filling out your forms, please see the instruction booklets indicated in the descriptive list of forms.

Development projects in New York State

As with any development project in New York State, more than one permit may be required for your proposed activity. more...

Please check with other state agencies and your local town or village office about other regulations that may apply to your project.


New York State Department of Environmental Conservation

New York State Department of Health


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