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Whether you are a first-time home builder, or an expert commercial property developer, knowing City permit requirements and the necessary approval processes is critical when constructing a quality building. The following information will get you started in the right direction. Please call us to discuss the details of your project. We are always willing to assist!
Building Inspector:Paul BirschbachBirschbach Inspection Service, Inc.
Phone: (920) 378-2857
The goal of the Building Inspector Office is to provide information to the homeowner, builder or contractor, and provides inspections which ensure the safety of our buildings and our entire community.
Why do I need a Building Permit?This is a commonly asked question. The fundamental purpose for building permit issuance is to maintain that all structures and other developments comply with all ordinances of the city and all laws and administrative rules of the state.
It is the building inspector's responsibility to officially approve the plans and issue the building permit. A copy of the permit shall then be kept at the site of the proposed building. After being approved, the plans and specifications are not to be altered in any respect that involves any of the above-mentioned ordinances, laws or rules or that involves the safety of the building, except with the written consent of the building inspector.
Simply put, it's to ensure that all ordinances, both state and local, and safety requirements are followed.
Plan CommissionThe goal of the Plan Commission is to provide information and assistance to citizens, developers and other entities regarding economic development, zoning, land use, housing, subdivisions, certified surveys, site plans, mapping, GIS, and any other planning related topics.
Phone: (920) 756-2250 Contact Lori Gosz, City Administrator for more informationPublic Meeting Dates: The first Monday of every month, 6:00 pm Meeting Location: Brillion City Hall, 130 Calumet Street, Brillion, WI 54110
Plan Data ChecklistMany comprehensive building projects and developments need to follow a specific protocol to help ensure that all requirements are met. Please download this Plan Data Review and Checklist available for your convenience, before embarking on such projects. If you have any questions, please contact the Brillion City Hall at (920) 756-2250.
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