RESIDENTIAL ADDITIONS-

Screen Porch, 3 or 4 Season Porch,

Attached Garage, Etc.

Please  complete and submit all the the documents listed to obtain a permit for your addition, screen porch, 3 or 4 season porch, or attached garage.

1. Residential Addition Building Permit Application

  • Filled out in its entirety, signed, and dated.

2. Subcontractor List

  • Please include the name, contact details, and license numbers of the subs you are hiring.   Subcontractors must be licensed in Wisconsin.

 

3. Cautionary Statement

  • We must have this for homeowners doing their own work or hiring a contractor that does not have a valid Dwelling Contractor Qualifier License in the State of WI.

 

4. Floor Plans

  • Floor plans can be hand drawn but please include labels with room use, room sizes, door sizes, and window size.

5. Construction plans

  • Provide proper detailing of building dimensions, material types, spans, sizes, spacing.  In lieu of professional blueprints, the Building Cross Section Aid may be submitted.

6. Copy of a Sanitary Permit or Occupancy Affidavit

  • If you are adding a bedroom, you will also need to provide us with a copy of your sanitary permit showing how many bedrooms your septic is rated for. 

  • If adding a bedroom puts you over your septic rating, you will need to obtain an Occupancy affidavit from the County in which the project is located.

7. CSM (Certified Survey Map) or Plat Map showing setbacks

  • Obtain a CSM from the Register of Deeds at the County (You will find your setback information on this.)  If one is not available for your property, you will need to contact the zoning administrator to see what the property is zoned and what your setbacks are. If your project is zoned by Pierce County,  this is provided on your Land Use Permit. 

8. Site Plan

  • The site plan should detail addition placement to the existing structure, any other structure locations, the well location, septic area, drainage easements, property easements, driveway location, utility placement and any other pertinent information.  All distances must be clearly labeled to determine if setbacks are met. This includes distances from the new house to any roads,  lot lines,  well, septic, driveway, easements and any other other structures   You may also show Erosion Control on this site map

 

9.  Land Use/Zoning/Conditional Use Permit, If Needed

  • It is up to the applicant to make sure that all zoning regulations are being followed.  This includes but is not limited to making sure there are not restrictions on structure use or  structure location due to physical landscape of the lot (i.e. slopes, ponds, rivers, easements, protected areas....) Your building permit only addresses construction codes etc.  Anything relating to the above is outside All Croix's responsibility.   If you are unsure who to contact about zoning,  click here.

Did you know?

RS Means is a division of Reed Business Information that provides cost information to the construction industry so contractors in the industry can provide accurate estimates and projections for their project costs.

There are other free websites that can also help you evaluate the cost of your job.