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What projects do not require a permit?
1. No building permit is required for work to be performed which is minor repair or minor maintenance of a building or structure. Work consisting only of maintenance or repair the cost of materials for which is less than $1,000 and which does not change the occupancy, area, structural strength, fire protection, exits, lights, sanitation or ventilation of a building or structure shall be presumed to be minor repair or minor maintenance.

2. Residential accessory buildings and storage sheds not used to house motor vehicles and less than eighty (80) square feet in floor area.

3. Satellite dishes and antennas intended for private residential use

4. Buildings and structures not within the scope of the building code (playground equipment, dog house, and similar structures)

5. Note – The construction referred to in this section shall comply with all building, zoning, and applicable codes regardless of building permit requirement.