When is a building permit required?
A building permit is required for any construction that physically changes or adds structures to your property. Examples are:
  • Additions - room additions, patio covers, swimming pools, etc.

  • Finishing an Unfinished basement or any part thereof

  • Alterations - re-roofs, garage conversions, exterior stucco, etc.

  • Change of use of structures

  • Installation of heating equipment, such as wood stoves, central heat, wall heaters, and wood burning or gas fireplaces

  • Moving or demolishing a building

  • New buildings

  • Repairs - replacement of water heaters or other plumbing fixtures, irrigation systems, air conditioning units, new electrical service, rewiring, etc.

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4. When is a building permit required?
5. What are your hours of operations?
6. When does the Beaver County Planning and Zoning Commission hold their meeting?
7. How can I find the most up to date Beaver County Zoning Ordinance?
8. Why do I need a building permit?
9. How long does it take to get a permit processed?
10. Does Beaver County issue building permits for projects within Beaver City limits?
11. How much does a permit cost?
12. What has to be completed for me to get a final inspection and move into my home?
13. What is the difference between a Agricultural Permit and a regular Building Permit?