What is the cost for Commercial Building Permits?
The complete Fee Schedule can be found here.
For City Projects only, a Fire Department Plan Review Fee is required prior to the plans being reviewed. This fee is different for New Sprinkled Buildings, New Non-sprinkled Buildings, Additions, and remodels (the fire dept. plan review fee for remodels depends on the cost of labor and materials to complete code-related work for entire project).
Permit fees for projects constructiing or demolishing square footage on a property are determined by the amount of square footage being added or demolished.
Structural permit fees for remodel projects that will not include constructing additional square footage are determined by the valuation of the job (cost of labor and materials to complete code-related work for entire project).
Permit fees for Electric, Plumbing, and HVAC are determined based on the specific categories of work being completed.
Who is eligible for Commercial Building Permits?
The contractors that are performing the construction work are eligible to purchase a building permit.
If applicable, a copy of the State Release must be provided prior to permit issuance:
Plans for Commercial Building Projects must be submitted to the Building Department for review. An application for Commercial Building Permit, including a list of sub-contractors, must be submitted prior to permit issuance. This is outlined in the permit application and supporting documents.