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Square footage is a key factor in determining permit fees. The exact fee can only be determined after the Building Official has reviewed the plans, but you can get an idea by viewing our Town Fee Schedule (PDF).
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Building plans are usually reviewed within 21 working business days.
A building permit expires either:
Yes. A permit which has not expired may be extended once for 180 days, upon written request to the Building Official.
If your permit has expired, a new permit is required in order to continue work. The new permit will cost one half the original fee, provided no changes have been made and the permit has been suspended or abandoned for less than one year. To renew a permit which has been expired for more than one year, the cost will be the full fee.
No. However, there are restrictions regarding height and placement. Contact the Building Official at 928-368-8696 for more information.
A site/plot plan is a drawing of your lot showing the size and shape of the property and everything on it, both existing and proposed. It should be drawn to scale, and show the distances to property lines, and between other elements such as buildings, fences, garages, or other accessory structures. An arrow indicating which direction is North, the street name and address, legal description of property, and location of water, gas, electric, and sewer should also be shown on the drawing, along with any easements affecting the property. Topography showing relative slope of the ground surface should be indicated either by contour lines, or by spot grades related to elevation of a known point.