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Most home improvement and commercial projects require a permit before beginning work. Listed below are projects that require permits.
- New construction for commercial and residential buildings
- Additions and alterations to existing structures
- Installation of roofing materials where existing roofing is removed (tear-offs)
- Installation of siding where existing siding is removed
- Installation of furnaces and/or duct work
- Installation of air conditioning work and/or duct work
- Installation of water heater units
- Storage sheds
- Swimming pool intended for recreational bathing as defined
- Decks exceeding 200 square feet
- All electrical work/replacement of service panels
- All plumbing work (minor work as determined by the chief building official is exempt)
- Installation or construction of heating stoves, fireplaces or chimneys
- Commercial occupancy
- Sewer taps (sanitary and storm)
- Fire suppression (sprinkler systems and fire alarm systems)
- Installation of commercial kitchen equipment
- Installation of new windows and doors or replacement of existing windows and doors of a difference size
- Ingress and egress stairs for any structure
- Any structural repairs, building or remodeling projects made necessary for the health, safety and welfare of the inhabitants or the public
- Fences of all types
- Replacement of sidewalks within public rights of way and driveway approaches
- Construction of new driveways and parking lots or resurfacing or recapping of existing driveways and parking lots
- Storage sheds 200 square feet or less in the area
- Swimming pools intended for swimming or recreational bathing that do not exceed 24 inches deep
- All patios and decks not exceeding 200 square feet in area
- Commercial signage
Commercial Fee Schedule
Residential Fee Schedule
Click here for instructions to submit plans and applications.
Contractor Registration Packets
All contractors working in Whitehall must register with the City of Whitehall and meet all registration requirements.
Utility Right of Way Permits
- Right of Way Construction / Minor Maintenance Permit - For utility companies only
**If anyone other than a utility company needs to open up the street, please submit a letter to the service director explaining the reason for the request.