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No permit is required for an existing driveway repair or replacement as long as the footprint is the same and no street cuts are involved.
If there are streets cuts involved or additional footage added to the driveway then a both a building permit and excavation permit would be required.
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No, we do not require a building permit for roofing at this time. If you hire a contractor, they must have a valid City business license. Ice and water barriers are required per Sec 905.1.2 of the 2018 IRC. When re-roofing, code states no more than 2 layers of shingles. Installing shingles on top of existing layers may void the warranty and reduces the life expectancy.
It’s always best to follow building codes, not only for life, health and safety but to maintain or improve the value of your home.
If the square footage is 120 square feet or larger then yes, this would require an accessory permit.
Yes, you will need a permit for fencing. Specifications for fencing can be found in our municipal code Sec. 6-7.1. - Fences.
The City of Nevada has adopted the 2018 International Code Standard. This includes the IRC, IBC, IFC, IPC, IMC, IFGC as well as the 2017 National Electric Code.
As long as there are no structural changes to the residence then no permit would be required.
If you are planning on altering a load bearing wall then yes, a building permit would be required.
Adding on to an existing structure will also require a permit.
Yes, you will need a permit and a bond see Sec. 31-38 and Sec. 31-39 for specifications.
If you are the home owner and this is your primary residence then yes, you can do your own repairs, however if you rent out said property or are a renter of said property the repairs MUST be done by a licensed professional who is licensed by the City of Nevada.