How much does a permit cost?

All permit fees are included in the Development Services Fee Schedule (PDF). Here's a couple of examples: 

Example Residential Fee for a new Single-Family Home:

  • 1,800 square foot home with 800 square foot garage and a 400 square foot patio is approximately $2,653
  • 250 square foot accessory building is approximately $204
  • Septic Permit Fee $235
  • Right-of-way Permit Fee (If necessary) $100
  • Floodplain Use Permit Fee (If necessary) $150

Example Manufactured Home Permit Fee:

  • Manufactured Home $360
  • Septic Permit Fee $235
  • Right-of-way Permit Fee (If necessary) $100
  • Floodplain Use Permit Fee (If necessary) $150

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1. What is the zoning of my property?
2. Do I need a permit?
3. What are the minimum requirements for the owner-builder option?
4. How do I get electric service to my property?
5. Can I build a tiny home on my property and, if so, what are the requirements?
6. Can I camp on my vacant property?
7. What building code does the county use?
8. Can I use an alternative waste disposal system on my property?
9. Can I live in an RV on my property?
10. Can I build my own home or do I need a licensed contractor?
11. Where can I find more information about my property?
12. Can I build an accessory dwelling structure or guest house on my property?
13. How long is my building permit good for?
14. How can I get an address?
15. How much does a permit cost?
16. How do I apply for a permit?
17. Is my property in a floodplain?
18. What is a setback and how is it measured?
19. Can I operate a business out of my home?
20. Can you tell me the location of easements on or near my property?
21. How do I resolve an easement dispute with my neighbor?