Building Permits and Inspections

Each permit package below contains instructions for making application for your project.

Amusement Devices -Temporary amusement devices require this permit type.  These are typically used for inflatable bounce houses and temporary rides associated with special events.

Change of Use - Permit required when a building use is changing to a new type.  New uses often have new requirements that must be inspected prior to granting occupancy.  This often occurs when a home becomes a commercial office or a office space is converted into a restaurant.

Deck -This application type is for new residential and commercial deck structures

Demolition -Destruction of residential and commercial structures

Lake Structure - Any structure build on the shores of Lake Anna

Manufactured Home - Dwellings that are manufactured wholly off-site to be placed at the location of the new home.  Often single, double wide and triple wide trailers structures.

Modular Home - Dwellings that are construction in whole or parts off-site to be assembled at the location of the new home.

New Non-Residential Building - Non-Commercial buildings over 256 sq ft that are not used as a primary dwelling.  These are generally accessory structures such as detached garages, sheds and storage buildings.

New Single Family Dwelling - Residential primary dwellings such as single family homes or town homes.

Pool/Hot Tub - All pools, hot tubs and spas.  Includes all material types of above ground, in-ground and indoor structures.

Renovation/Addition - Any additions to or renovations of primary dwelling or accessory structure.

Tent - Temporary permits for tent structures over 900 sq ft.  These are typically used for temporary events such as weddings and other gatherings.

Trades - Residential and Commercial permits for all plumbing, electrical, mechanical, gas and fire suppression projects.  Trade permits are included in New Single Family Dwellings and Pool/Hot Tub permits.

Wells - Required for all new and replacement well installations.