Permits (and sometimes plans or inspections) are required to ensure that your repairs, additions, or alterations are done according to the County Codes and other applicable codes and regulations.
This information in the list below should be used as a guide to determine whether a permit may be required for projects you are seeking to begin. Click on each project type for details and a link to the permit application.
General Building Projects
This application should be used for projects such as New or Replacement Stick Built Single Family Residences; Deck Additions; Additions/Renovations; Total Roof Replacement; Residential Greenhouses with permanent foundations; Carports; Detached Garages; Pergolas; Commercial Building or Renovation projects. This list may not address every project or situation.
Please contact our office if you have questions before you apply.
Deck details guide can be found here.
Projects that have generators that are permanently fixed may require a generator permit.
Permit Required: Generator Permit
Projects that contain propane tanks that are above ground and buried may require a propane permit.
Permit Required: Propane Tank Permit
Agricultural Structures that are strictly agricultural use and not mixed commercial, agribusiness, or residential/agricultural mixed uses may require a permit.
Permit Required: Agricultural Structure Permit
Solar cells are devices that convert light into electricity. A solar panel is a collection of solar cells. Solar panel installation requires a building and electrical permit before starting work.
Permits Required: Solar Permit
Residential, commercial, or agricultural electrical work not associated with a building permit may require an standalone permit.
Permit Required: Electrical Permit (Standalone)
If you plan to demolish or remove a structure or residential, commercial, and agricultural structures, it may require a permit.
Permit Required: Demolition Permit
New or replacement fences that are 4 feet high or taller may require a permit.
Permit Required: Fencing Permit
Cell Tower / Cell Antenna
New cell towers or antenna request may require a report.
Permit Required: Cell Tower Permit
Fuel Gas (Standalone)
Residential, commercial, or agricultural fuel gas work not associated with a building permit may require an additional permit.
Permit Required: Fuel Gas Work Permit
Residential, commercial, or agricultural HVAC projects not associated with a building permit may require a permit.
Permit Required: HVAC Work Permit
Modular Single-Family Resident
New or replacement single family residences that are considered modular construction may require a permit.
Permit Required: Modular Single-Family Resident Permit
Inground swimming pools, including concrete, vinyl, fiberglass, and above ground pools at least 4 ft tall may require a permit.
On the site plan, please include pool, patio, and pool equipment locations.
Permit Required: Swimming Pool Permit
Marine Construction / Shoreline Stabilization
Projects that will require marine construction or shoreline stabilization may require a permit.
Permit Required: Marine Construction Permit
Residential, commercial, or agricultural plumbing projects not associated with a building permit may require a permit.
Permit Required: Plumbing Work Permit
Storage sheds that are 300 square feet or less in gross floor area may require a permit.
Permit Required: Shed Permit
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