To apply for a residential addition permit you will need:
Building plans and supporting documents as listed on the Residential Additions Checklist for Structural Plan Review. Please note; plans that are on paper sized larger than 11 x 17, or are more than 7 pages, require an electronic copy (CD in PDF format).
Lot layout showing existing and proposed structures with the setbacks marked; if disturbing more than 2,500 square feet of land, an engineered site grading plan is required. Please note; lot layout plans that are on paper sized larger than 11 x 17 require an electronic copy (CD in PDF format). The modification of an actual recorded survey or plat is prohibited without written permission from the professional who signed and sealed the work; we are unable to accept sealed plats that have been modified without permission.
Properties that are on a septic system will require Health Department approval for the addition of one or more bedrooms.
Administrative and review fees are due at submittal, inspection fees are due at permit issuance, please see our current Fee Schedule for more information.
Associated Forms and Resources:
- Affidavit of Owner
- Checklist for Structural Plan Review (Residential Additions)
- Fee Schedule
- Residential Change Application
- Sample Wind Bracing Plan
- Soils Report Form
- Soils Testing Policy