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Building Division

The Building Division is responsible for reviewing building plans to ensure compliance with the International Building Codes.

All New Construction requires a Building Permit

  • Single Family Homes (including condos and apartments)
  • Commercial Buildings
  • Additions/remodels
  • Garages/Carports
  • Accessory Buildings
  • Sheds >200 sq.ft.
  • Basements finish
  • New ¬†signs for commercial buildings
  • Swimming pools and pool houses
  • Retaining wall >4ft from bottom of footing
  • Fences >6ft height from bottom of footing
  • Porches/decks
  • Any modification or alteration of plumbing, heating or electrical system

Enforced Codes

  • 2012 IBC
  • 2012 IRC
  • 2012 IPC
  • 2012 IMC
  • 2012 IFGC
  • 2012 IECC
  • 2011 NEC

Apply For a Building Permit

What you need to apply.

New Residential & Commercial Construction

  • (1) Electronic copy of plans and engineering
  • Site plan to a scale
  • Structural engineering plan review
  • Gas line layout with pipe sizes called out
  • Heat loss analysis
  • SWPPP (storm water pollution prevention plan)
  • Plan submittal fee
  • Contractor license number or owner builder form available at office

Most Other Types of Construction

  • (2) Sets of plans to scale
  • Wall section
  • All rebar size, spacing and length
  • Site plan
  • Any other details pertaining to specific job

Submittal Fees

  • New single family - $250
  • New commercial - $500
  • Commercial remodel/TI - $250
  • All others - $75
  • Submittal fee is applied towards cost of the building permit
Permit Application

Staff

Portrait of Tim Novinger

Tim Novinger

Chief Building Official

Portrait of Steve Burgi

Steve Burgi

Building Inspector

Portrait of Barbara Johnson

Barbara Johnson

Building Technician