Permit applications are available for pickup at the Township office. Permit applications are not available online at this time. The Township will, upon request, mail a permit application for a mailing fee of $5.
It is the resident's and/or contractor's responsibility to make sure everything is in a permit application when submitted.
If your permit application is not complete it will be deemed incomplete and denied. Our office will not hold incomplete permits and wait for any information.
The following projects must have a permit:
- New Home Construction
- Building Additions
- Solar Panels (Building Subcode permit)
- Finished Basements
- Swimming Pools - any size
- Roofs (not siding)
- Windows, if you are increasing the size or putting in an egress window (5.7s.f.)
- Generators/HVAC systems
THIS IS NOT A COMPLETE LIST. IF YOU PLAN ON DOING ANY HOME RENOVATIONS NOT LISTED PLEASE CALL TO THE TOWNSHIP OFFICE TO SEE IF A PERMIT IS REQUIRED.
If the solar panel is going on top of the roof you will need a report from an engineer saying the roof will hold the solar panel.
If you are installing a fence under 6 feet you need a zoning application if you are installing a fence over 6 feet you need a zoning and building application.
Please be aware that for those residents who live in a development with an established Home Owners Associtation it is very important that a letter from the HOA be submitted with your application. If a letter is not submitted with your application it will be deemed incomplete and will delay processing your permit.
Any conflicts regarding deed restriction must be dealt with through your HOA. The Township does not have jurisdiction over this issue.
HOME OWNERS ASSOCIATIONS
Please be aware that for those residents who live in a development with an established Home Owners Association it is very important that a letter from the President of the HOA accompany an exterior work permit application submitted to the Township Office. If a letter is not submitted with your application it will be deemed incomplete and will delay processing your permit.
Any conflicts regarding deed restrictions must be dealt with through your Home Owners Association. The Township does not have jurisdiction over this issue.