PERMITTING STEPS FOR A DETACHED RESIDENTIAL ACCESSORYBUILDING
The minimum information needed to complete an application for an Accessory Building Permit:
Property owner’s name.
Tax Parcel # (may be obtained from the tax office, if not on file).
Total contract cost.
Contractor, phone #.
Full description of work to be done.
Plot plan showing dimensions of accessory building and size of primary structure.
Zoning Fee for fences, sheds & porches is $75.00
Accessory Buildings/Structures Permit fee is $55.00
Trade fee $55.00 per trade
Generally, yes. The application must be reviewed/approved by the Zoning Department before a permit can be issued.
This needs to be coordinated with the inspector at the time the permit is issued.
Yes, as a minimum the Zoning Department will need to review your project for compliance.
Yes, showing all existing and/or proposed structures, including distances from the property lines. A copy of a survey map or a hand drawn copy to scale will be accepted.
If the project is located in the Area of Environmental Concern, with 75’ of a water body, a CAMA Permit will be required.
If the total project cost is $30,000 or more, then a General Contractor’s License is required. All other trades are required to be licensed.
Yes, if located within the A-Zone (100-year flood area) gates or dampers must be installed.