On February 10, 1945, according to the decree No. 20 of the People's Commissariat of Foreign Trade of the USSR, a temporary customs office was opened in Grodno. Almost all of the employees working in Grodno customs in those years were veterans of the Great Patriotic War.
Soon after the customs establishment was opened the Grodno customs posts at the vehicle crossing points: "Kuznitsa" (now "Bruzgi"), "Lepszany" and "Khvorostyany".
On June 1, 1951, the Grodno customs house was transformed (reorganized) into a post which subordinated to Berestovitskaya customs.
In June 1957, the customs post in Grodno was again opened with its submission to the Vilnius customs.
In April 1959 the customs post in Grodno was transformed into the Grodno customs house. The Minsk customs post was subordinated to the Grodno customs.
On October 1, 1990 was opened the international vehicle access gate "Bruzgi-2", and in December 2007 it was reconstructed.
On September 20, 1991, the Belarusian State Customs Control Administration of the USSR has been transformed into the State Customs Committee of the Republic of Belarus.
On December 10, 1991 the Grodno customs house was reorganized into the Grodno regional Customs. It was the beginning of a new stage of its history. Customs posts "Privalka" and "Porechye" were created on the border with the Republic of Lithuania.
In March 1993 the checkpoint "Berestovitsa - Bobrovniki" was opened, it was reconstructed in 2008.
In July 1993 the customs post "Privalka" was opened, and was reconstructed in September 2014.
In November 1997, the customs post Grodno-Central was established, at present it is the customs post Grodno-2.
CP "Benyakoni" and CP "Lida" were included in the Grodno regional customs on June 1, 2016.
The greatest contribution to the development of the Grodno customs was made by the customs chiefs: Belyaev V.N., Gorin F.N., Polyansky V.S., Ledovskikh V.K., Senko Y.A.
Grodno customs officers preserve the glorious labor traditions of previous generations and always ready to carry out assigned tasks for protecting the economic interests of the Republic of Belarus in subsequent years!