Developmental Site Plan Checklist
How to Apply for a Building Permit
Before a Building Permit will be issued, you may first need to meet local Zoning Regulations.
Steps to Follow
- Visit the Planning Division (Zoning Office) to secure a Land Use Permit.
- If the project meets all zoning regulations, a Land Use Permit will be issued and sent to the Building Inspection Office.
- Some projects may require an Engineering Division review. A Building Permit will not be issued until all zoning and engineering requirements are met.
- If the project meets all Building Code requirements, a Building Permit may be issued provided that all Zoning and Engineering standards are met.
- Plumbing, Electrical and Mechanical Permits are not included in the Building Permit. They are issued separately.
- Correct Zoning District
- Building Setbacks
- Floodplain Regulations
- Special Zoning District
- On-Site Parking
- Storm Water Detention (Engineering Division)
- Driveway Access (Engineering Division)
- Accurate & Complete Site Plan
- Location of Easements
- Planning and Zoning Commission Review
- Board of Adjustment Review