Town Zoning Board of Appeals

The meetings will be conducted by video conferencing only: there will be no public gathering for this meeting based on the recommended precautions for limiting exposure to COVID-19.

The public has the opportunity to attend, listen and observe this meeting live on YouTube.  The link is on the website and is provided here - please subscribe to the channel. 

Town of Victor YouTube Channel


  • 7:00 p.m.
  • First and third Monday of the month, with the exceptions of January, February, March, October, November & December where there is one meeting.
  • Town Hall

Public hearings are held at 7:00 p.m. Applications for variances and special use permits are reviewed at public hearings.

Applications must be received in the Planning and Building Department at least two weeks prior to a meeting date to be included on the agenda. Please call 585-742-5040 or email.

Agendas, Minutes, Packets & Reports

Agendas are available prior to the meetings. Minutes are available following approval.

Most Recent Agenda | View All Agendas and Minutes


Most Recent Packet | View All Packets


Most Recent Report | View All Reports


Members serve five-year terms. Current board members and their term expiration dates are:

  • Mike Reinhardt, Chair - December 2020
  • Mathew Nearpass, Vice Chair - December 2022
  • Fred Salsburg - December 2022
  • Sarah Mitchell - December 2024
  • Donna Morley - December 2022
  • Drew Cusimano, Jan-June / Ed Kahovec, July-Dec - Town Board Liaisons
  • Kimberly Reese, Secretary

Additional Information

In making its decisions, the Zoning Board of Appeals (ZBA) interprets the Town Zoning Code and evaluates the benefit an applicant would realize if they were to be granted a variance against any impacts that the town might realize as a result of the variance.

The ZBA can grant use variances to allow the use of land for a purpose that is otherwise not allowed or is prohibited by zoning regulations. Use variances are granted very infrequently.

The ZBA can also grant area variances to reduce required setback distances if an applicant can demonstrate suitable hardship. While the number of area variances granted by the ZBA each year is quite small, it is the most frequently requested variance coming before the board.

This position receives a stipend.