Permit required for NEW OR RELOCATION OF ONE OR TWO FAMILY DWELLINGS.
The state requires new home applications to be submitted to them and then it is approved by local inspectors. They require the on-site contractor to be licensed and at least one crew member to hold a Dwelling Contractor Qualifier license. You will also need the license numbers for your electrician, your plumber and HVAC installer.
Prior to working on this form get your sanitary permit from the county. There is a place to enter that permit number on this form.
Also get a land use / zoning permit and be sure to enter those permit numbers on the state form.
Oconto County Land Use and Zoning Permit is not covered by this application. Call 920-834-6827 for more information.
After obtaining the above permits you can proceed to make an application for the local building permit.
Note: Permits are required for manufactured homes that were once called mobil homes, single or double wide homes..
After you have completed the electronic form you will need to do the following:
1. Send a check made out to Tom Smith Inspections LLC for the permit fee.
2. Ask your HVAV installer to provide the “Res Check Form” to me. They will know about this requirement and provide it as part of your installation.
The company or you can send to me in paper form or as an email with attached PDF file.
3. Send one copy of your building plan. It can be sent in paper form, or a computer version sent to me by email attached or PDF file.
4. My files are all identified by street address so be sure to include that on any correspondence .
Permit Fee for Site built Dwelling
Homes to 1499 sq. ft. ——— $ 518
1500 to 1999 sq. ft. —————$ 543
2000 sq. ft. to 3000 sq. ft. —- $ 568
over 3000 sq. ft. —— $ 568 plus 20 cents a sq. ft for footage over 3000.
Duplex —- add $ 25
Permit Fee for Manufactured Home Construction
Homes to 1499 sq. ft. ——— $ 360
1500 to 1999 sq. ft. —————$ 376
2000 sq. ft. to 3000 sq. ft. —- $ 393
over 3000 sq. ft. —— $ 393 plus 20 cents a sq. ft for footage over 3000.
Duplex —- add $ 25
The town appoints me to issue permits for new homes as you must be state licensed to issue those permits.
Other permits may be required for other projects :
Contact your town officials to check if they require a permit for your project.
Address numbers and culvert permits are obtained from your local Town government.
Owners are responsible to for compliance with set back rules for structures.
Erosion Control Required
State of Wisconsin requires erosion control and sediment control for projects that move soil. See SPS 321.125) (1)
(a) Where land disturbing construction activity is to occur erosion and sediment control practices shall be employed, as necessary, and maintained to prevent or reduce the potential deposition of soil or sediment to all of the following: 1. The waters of the state. 2. Adjacent properties. (b) Land disturbing construction activities, except those activities necessary to implement erosion or sediment control practices, may not begin until the sediment control practices are in place for each area to be disturbed in accordance with the approved plan. © Erosion and sediment control practices shall be maintained until the disturbed areas are stabilized. A disturbed area shall be considered stabilized by vegetation when a perennial cover has been established with a density of at least 70%. (d) Erosion and sediment control practices shall either be approved by the department or listed by the department of natural resources in accordance with the process under s. NR 151.32 (2).. (2) Mandated practices. Specific practices at each site where land disturbing construction activity is to occur shall be utilized to prevent or reduce all of the following: (a) The deposition of soil from being tracked onto streets by vehicles. (b) The discharge of sediment from disturbed areas into on-site storm water inlets. © The discharge of sediment from disturbed areas into abutting waters of the state. (d) The discharge of sediment from drainage ways that flow off the site. (e) The discharge of sediment by dewatering activities. (f) Discharge sediment eroding from soil stockpiles existing for more than 7 days.