Do I need a permit to replace windows, doors, or siding?

Yes. We require a permit for windows, doors, and siding. We do require a permit for window replacement when the opening size is altered by making it larger. Please note that bedroom windows must either meet the minimum required egress size or be replaced with a window that does not reduce the current window opening size. 

  • Residential: A simple window, door, siding application cost $75.00 and requires one final inspection. A licensed contractor or the homeowner (when it is their primary residence) may pull the permit.
    • If your project includes any structural changes, fees are calculated by the Building Official. Please include scope of work, any plans/drawings, and build details.
  • Commercial: A building permit application will be reviewed and invoiced by the Building Official. Please include scope of work, any plans/drawings, and build details. A licensed contractor must pull the permit.

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1. Do I need a permit to reroof my home or business?
2. Do I need a permit for my accessory building?
3. Do I need a permit to replace windows, doors, or siding?
4. Do I need a permit for a deck that is not attached to my home?
5. Do I need a permit for interior remodeling?
6. How do I get my power turned back on after it has been off for a period of time?
7. Do I need to be home during an inspection?
8. What are building permit fees based on?
9. Can I pull homeowner or business owner permits?
10. Do I need a permit for a pool?
11. How long will it take to get my permit?
12. Can you help me with hiring a good contractor?
13. What types of projects require a permit (ie. Building and all Trades)?