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Yes, a building permit is required for a shed over 120 square feet and over 8ft high. Setbacks for sheds 120 square feet and under are 5ft rear yard setback and 3ft side yard setback. Any shed larger than 120 square feet and over 8ft in height require Plan review and the setbacks become 10ft rear yard setback and 5ft side yard setback.
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The first step is to fill out a building permit application form. This form must be submitted for all construction and must be completely filled out and signed. If the applicant is lacking any information asked for on the form, this should be brought to the attention of the staff member accepting the application so that he or she can assist the applicant in completing the form.
For an interior remodeling project, the applicant must submit two copies of complete floor plans with details indicating the proposed changes. Be sure to indicate clearly what is new work and what is existing, what is to remain and what is to be removed.For additions or new construction, the applicant must submit two sets Title-24 Energy Calculation. Forms CF-1R and MF-1R are to be incorporated onto the plans.
Construction work must start within 365 days of the issuance of the permit. If work has not been started and no inspections have been called for in this period, the permit will be declared null and void. The permit may be renewed for one-half the original permit fee if no change in the plans are made, but the renewal process may only be used up to one year after issuance. Beyond that time a new application and full fee will be required.
The Building Official may extend an unexpired permit once for a period not exceeding 180 days on written request by the permittee showing reason(s) for not commencing the construction. Visit our
Hard copies are no longer required. We are accepting electronic submittals only. Please send permit applications, plan sets, structural calculations or any other file that is part of your submittal to email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org