Forms, Permits, & Licenses
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- Mail to P.O. Box 79, Belleville WI 53508
- Fax to 608-424-3423
A building permit is required whenever there is any alteration, enlargement or demolition of an existing building and any installation therein of electrical, gas, heating, plumbing or ventilating equipment which affects the health or safety of the users thereof or any other persons is a “new building” to the extent of such change. This would include any building construction, reconstruction, expansion or conversion.
Where do I get a building permit?
You may obtain a general permit application form from the Building Inspector or by linking to the document form below. The Village’s Building Inspection company is General Engineering. Office hours are held at Village Hall on Thursday mornings, 8 a.m. - 10 a.m., or you may call 608-697-7776 anytime.
Where can I pick up a permit?
Permits and applications can be picked up at the Village Hall during regular business hours (M-F 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.). Permits can also be obtained by downloading the form from our website.
What is the process before I can get the actual permit for new construction?
The applicant must submit a site plan and sufficient plans and specifications of the proposed buildings, machinery and operations. The Building Inspector will make a preliminary review of the application and plans. The Planning Commission will review the application. Within 30 days of its receipt of the application, the Plan Commission shall authorize the Building Inspector to issue or refuse a building permit.
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