When is a permit not required?
  • Play structure or swing set
  • Planting of trees or landscape projects, including small decorative fence, arbor or small pond
  • Retaining wall not over 4’ in height measured from the bottom of the footing to the top of the wall
  • Painting or wallpaper or similar interior decorating
  • House siding
  • Roofing projects that do not involve rafters or installation or replacement of more than one sheet of decking. (such as re-shingling). Note: Ice shield must be installed
  • Replacing existing electrical fixtures, outlets or switches
  • Replace kitchen or bath cabinets, countertops, sinks (that do not involve moving the plumbing) or floor covering
  • Windows, doors or garage door that fit the existing opening
  • Replacing a water heater, furnace or air conditioning unit, as long as the unit keeps the same power source.

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1. When is a permit required?
2. How do I apply for a permit?
3. How do I schedule an inspection?
4. When does a permit expire?
5. Why obtain a building permit?
6. When is a permit not required?
7. When are inspections required?