The number of employees of Buffalo Metro Area (NY) was 6,263 for fire fighting in 2017.

Occupations

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Jobs and Occupations Datasets Involving Buffalo Metro Area (NY)

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    City of Buffalo Public Art Inventory

    data.buffalony.gov | Last Updated 2019-05-31T20:09:26.000Z

    The Buffalo Arts Commission's collection currently consists of more than 200 artworks and decorative objects. The Commission coordinates their display, storage, conservation and maintenance. Please note that this collection is a work in progress and will be updated as information is processed. If while browsing through the collection, you can assist in providing any information regarding historic subjects, artists, or artworks, please contact the Buffalo Arts Commission at (716) 851-5027 or email (ebarr@city-buffalo.com).

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    Business Licenses

    data.buffalony.gov | Last Updated 2019-06-21T01:07:25.000Z

    A valid license is required to conduct certain businesses within the official limits of the City of Buffalo. The City of Buffalo Ordinance requires persons engaged in a home improvement business (i.e. painting, siding, roofing) or doing construction work in the City of Buffalo to obtain a City of Buffalo Contractor license. All mechanical contractors (i.e. electricians, plumbers, HVAC) must be licensed within the City of Buffalo. Licenses are required for certain business types in order to protect the health, safety and general welfare of the citizens of the City. Upon submittal of a license application, the Office of Licenses will coordinate various reviews and inspections by agencies such as the Building Inspection Office, Fire Prevention Bureau, Health Department, Police Department, zoning, etc. in order to assist individuals in obtaining a city license. This dataset does not include business license information regarding renewals for existing businesses.

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    Permits

    data.buffalony.gov | Last Updated 2019-06-25T09:04:31.000Z

    This is a dataset of all permits issued from 1/2/2007 - present by the City of Buffalo. The Building Permit Office within the Department of Permit & Inspection Services is responsible for issuing permits, plan review and enforcement for compliance with the New York State Building Codes and all applicable ordinances in the City of Buffalo. The value of work is for the entire project cost which may entail multiple permits. Phased projects will appear in our value of work field when the first permit is secured.

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    Code Violations

    data.buffalony.gov | Last Updated 2019-06-25T09:11:49.000Z

    Pursuant to the umbrella of International Codes with New York State modifications and applicable chapters of the City Charter, the Department of Permit & Inspection Services (DPIS) issues violations against conditions on properties that have been verified to violate the Uniform Fire Prevention and Building Code and City ordinances. Violations are issued when an inspection verifies that a violation exists. This dataset includes code violations issued since March 28th, 2016.

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    Neighborhood Curbside Recycling Rates

    data.buffalony.gov | Last Updated 2018-12-14T15:53:47.000Z

    This dataset was developed by Zerocycle on behalf of the City of Buffalo to analyze curbside recycling rates by neighborhood.

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    Monthly Recycling and Waste Collection Statistics

    data.buffalony.gov | Last Updated 2019-05-15T19:38:03.000Z

    This dataset is a monthly breakdown of the amount of tonnage diverted from the landfill in the City of Buffalo. Garbage tonnage totals are included for comparison. Materials are diverted from landfills in different ways, including curbside recycling, electronics recycling, hazardous waste disposal, tire recycling, scrap metal recycling, yard waste recycling, and asphalt and sidewalk debris diversion.

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    Liquor Authority Quarterly List of Active Permits

    data.ny.gov | Last Updated 2019-06-10T17:59:35.000Z

    This dataset contains a list of all active permits issued by the State Liquor Authority. Permits in this dataset are issued for 1-3 year terms. This dataset does not include temporary or single event.

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    Annual Average Daily Traffic Volume Counts

    data.buffalony.gov | Last Updated 2019-02-14T19:07:21.000Z

    Traffic count data are provided as a public service by GBNRTC’s and member agencies.Traffic volumes are collected by manual and mechanical means and are hosted at anindependent site. They represent typical volumes likely to be found at a location. Countsare reviewed for accuracy but are subject to inaccuracies inherent in the collectionmethod and variability of traffic flows. Traffic data collected prior to and including 2012were uploaded in bulk, and may be subject to data transfer and processing errors. Please be aware that errors may still exist even though reasonable efforts were made to identify and correct any errors.The data available is posted for informational purposes only. GBNRTC assumes no responsibility or any liability whatsoever, which may develop by users' review and use of this data. This data is periodically updated. Users are responsible to be aware of any updates and incorporate the updated data as may be appropriate for their work.

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    Licensed Contractors

    data.buffalony.gov | Last Updated 2019-06-25T01:30:05.000Z

    A valid license is required to conduct certain businesses within the official limits of the City of Buffalo. The City of Buffalo Ordinance requires persons engaged in a home improvement business (i.e. painting, siding, roofing) or doing construction work in the City of Buffalo to obtain a City of Buffalo Contractor license. All mechanical contractors (i.e. electricians, plumbers, HVAC) must be licensed within the City of Buffalo. Licenses are required for certain business types in order to protect the health, safety and general welfare of the citizens of the City. Upon submittal of a license application, the Office of Licenses will coordinate various reviews and inspections by agencies such as the Building Inspection Office, Fire Prevention Bureau, Health Department, Police Department, zoning, etc. in order to assist individuals in obtaining a city license.

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    Tree Inventory

    data.buffalony.gov | Last Updated 2019-04-17T19:45:12.000Z

    This dataset comprises all street trees within the City of Buffalo. The City of Buffalo Bureau of Forestry is responsible for maintaining and preserving the public urban forest.