Fee Schedule Effective 7/2017
Valuation of Work (LABOR & MATERIAL AT MARKET VALUE)
$60.26 for the first $1,000.00 or fraction thereof , $12.26 per $1,000.00 or fraction thereafter
Residential & Commercial structural building permits shall be calculated using $60.26 for the first $1,000.00 or fraction thereof & $12.26 per $1,000.00 or fraction thereafter.
"Valuation of Work" is defined to include all materials & labor used at current market value.
- Square feet of living space: per ICC Valuation Data.
- Foundation:$15 per square foot.'
- Garage, freestanding or attached: $20 per square foot.
- Basement Garage:'$20 per square foot.
- Basement finished & Attic:$30 per square foot.
- All other accessory buildings: $20 per square foot.
- Open Breezeways & covered porches: $20 per square foot.
- Fireplaces: $5,000 per fireplace
- Decks: $25 per square foot
- Miscellaneous based on contract price
Plan Review Fee; fee is payable upon submission of application. Fee is applied to cost of permit (non-refundable if project is not pursued) $50.00
Inspection & Issuance of Certificate of Occupancy (for closing of permits older than 1 year from issuance) $50.00
Inspection & Issuance of Certificate of Approval (for closing of permits older than 1 year from issuance) $50.00
Important Note: The State of Connecticut requires the Building Department to charge a fee of .26 cents per thousand included in the permit fee for state education fee.
FEES:1. Work done without a permit that would have required a permit.
a. A permit fee will be accessed on value of work per present costs.This would not include any other additional fees incurred for 3rd party reviews if so required – i.e. Architect, Engineer, Etc.
b. The property owner is responsible for any cost incurred to verify, deconstruct, or investigate concealed conditions if required.
2. Re-inspection: A fee of $25 will be charged for any inspections that have to be repeated more than twice due to non-compliance with the code. i.e. footings, rough framing, final inspection etc.
Permit fees are non-refundable.