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The 2018 International Residential Code (IRC), 2017 National Electric Code (NEC), and the 2006 International Energy Conservation Code are used by the Town of Dewey-Humboldt.
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Typically, a permit is good for two years, with approved inspections every 180 days. Please contact us prior to your deadline if issues arise.
- One story detached accessory structures (ex. shed) less than 400 sq. ft. - Fences not over 6’ in height - Retaining walls not over 4’ measured from the bottom of the footing - Water tanks directly on the ground, not over 5,000 gallons - Sidewalks and driveways, with certain conditions. Please note, although a Building Permit is not required for each of the above, a Zoning Clearance Permit is required. Typically, a $15 fee for each item.
Building permit fees are calculated based on project valuation. A plan review is performed to determine the square footage of livable space, garage size, patio, electrical, plumbing, etc. Then, the cost for each item is determined using the valuation fee schedule. Per our Town Code, our fees are based on Yavapai County’s Valuation and Fee Schedule. If you have questions on how much your fees will be, you are welcome to contact our building official (928-632-7362) with details of your project and they can discuss probable fees with you.
We pride ourselves in being available to answer your questions. Please call us at 928-632-7362 and you can discuss any questions directly with our Building Official.
A final inspection and a Certificate of Occupancy are required prior to occupancy.
This comes up often and there are certain requirements to be met for the safety of you and your neighbors. Please call us at 928-632-7362 and discuss your future plans with the building department.