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Building Division

Commercial Building Permits
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Residential Building Permits
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Additions and Remodeling

Basement Remodeling
Deck
Fence
Garage
Site-built home
Swimming pool
All other projects

Commercial Inspectors
Pat Eirich – (920) 459-3480
Jack Van Der Weele – (920) 459-3481

Residential Inspectors

Pat Eirich – (920) 459-3480
Jack Van Der Weele – (920) 459-3481

Permit Clerk
Traci Hermann – (920) 459-4064

General Information

When is a Building Inspection Required?
List of Contractors
Ordinance

Forms

Building Permit Application
Building Permit Fee Schedule
Plan Approval Information
 
Board of Appeals Variance Request
Wrecking Permit

Building Codes
Basement Rec. Rooms

Deck Specs

Fence Specs

Garage (detached) Specs
Handicapped Ramp (Commercial)
Handicap Ramp – Residential
Swimming Pools
Utility Shed Specs

Contractor Licensing Information

Annual License Requirements
Board of Contractors Examiners Application
Insurance and Bond Requirements