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Fees for electrical, mechanical and plumbing work done in conjunction with an active building permit issued on or after June 1, 1995, are included in the building permit fee.
For electrical, fuel gas, mechanical and plumbing work that does not require a building permit, please see the electrical, fuel gas, mechanical and plumbing fee schedule.
Online permitting is available for electrical, mechanical, plumbing and re-roofing/re-siding permits.
Note: a 1.75 percent credit card service fee will be added to all credit card transactions.Beginning March 1, 2016, the credit card service fee will be 2.5 percent!
Total valuation is between $1 and $1,000
Total valuation is between $1,001 and $2,000
Total valuation is between $2,001 and $40,000
Total valuation is between $40,001 and $100,000
Total valuation is between $100,001 and $500,000
Total valuation is between $500,001 and $1 million.
Total valuation is between $1,000,001 and $5 million
Total valuation is $5,000,001 and above
1Or the total hourly cost to the jurisdiction, whichever is the greatest. The cost shall include supervision, overhead, equipment, hourly wages and fringe benefits of the employees involved.
2Actual costs include administrative and overhead costs.
3$500 shall be refunded if a Certificate of Occupancy is issued before the Temporary Certificate of Occupancy expires.
4R108.3 Building permit valuations. The applicant for a permit shall provide an estimated value of all the work to be performed, including mechanical, electrical and plumbing, at time of application. Final building permit valuation shall be as determined by the building official. Construction cost valuations may be adjusted accordingly based on recommendations as published in the “Buildings Safety Journal” by the International Code Council.
4R108.6 Plan review fee. When submittal documents are required by section 106.1, a plan review fee equal to 65 percent of the permit fee shall be charged on all permits. This fee may be required at time of submittal of the documents for plan review. Plan review fees may be waived by the building official for projects with a valuation of less than $50,000. Projects having received a Stop Work Order may be charged a plan review fee regardless of valuation.
5108.5.1 Plan review fee. When documents are required by Section 106.1, a plan review fee shall be charged on all permits. This fee may be required at time of submittal of the documents for plan review. Said plan review fee shall be 65 percent of the building permit fee as shown in Table 1-A.
The specified plan review fees are separate from and in addition to the specified permit fees.
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