Building Permits and Inspections

Town of Bayfield Building Department is committed to safeguard the public health, safety, and the general welfare of the citizens and guests of Bayfield.

The Building Department requires building permits for all new single-family and multi-family dwellings, commercial structures, additions, remodels, and repair construction. Applicants should first check with the Land Use Administrator to determine if any land use permits are required for a proposed project.

Town of Bayfield adopted and follows the 2015 International Building Code.

Building Inspections: Bayfield Town Hall (970) 884-9544 or Town Building Inspector, Dan Naiman, (970) 903-4002, dan@dansdesigns.net

Electrical Inspections: State Electrical Inspector, (970) 249-1300

Water and Sewer Inspections (call 48 hours ahead to schedule): Bayfield Town Hall, (970) 884-9544 x107, jweber@bayfieldgov.org

Plumbing Inspections: Will Cathcart, (970) 759-3274

Land Use Administrator: Nicol Killian, Community Development Director, (970) 884-9544 x103, nkillian@bayfieldgov.org

Infrastructure Design Standards

Construction Specifications

 

 

Single Family, Multi-Family Dwellings, Additions, Remodels, and Repair Construction

Town requires two (2) sets of detailed drawings including a site plan. The Town Land Use Administrator will review the site plan for setback compliance, drainage, and  parking requirements. The Building Inspector will review the plans and perform the required inspections to insure that all work is in compliance with the 2015 edition of the International Building Code and 2009 edition of the Energy Conservation Code.

All building projects should be reviewed by the building inspector and Town code administrator.

Forms and Instructions are listed below. All forms must be completed and submitted with permit application fee.

Building Permit Process

Building Permit Application

Drainage Requirements

Plumbing Registration

IECC Certificate

 

Single-family residential permit fee estimator

 

Some projects may not require a building permit. Please contact the Building Inspector to discuss requirements.

Commercial Structures, Remodel, and Repair

The Town requires four (4) sets of detailed drawings including a site plan. These plans will be reviewed by the Town Land Use Administrator, the Town Engineer, the Fire Marshal, and the Building Inspector.

Please click the link below for a fully detailed list of requirements for each of these reviews.

•The Town Land Use Administrator will review the site plan for setback compliance, parking requirements, and land use compliance.

•The Town Engineer will review the plans for existing site topography, site grading, drainage, and the utility plan.

•The Fire Marshal with Upper Pine Fire Protection District will review the plans for conformance with the 2015 International Fire Code.

•The Building Inspector will review the plans for conformance with the 2015 International Building Code, 2009 Energy Conservation Code.

 

Forms and Instructions are listed below. All forms must be completed and submitted with permit application fee.

Commercial Building Permit Checklist

Town Planner Requirements

Fire Marshal Requirements

Town Engineer Requirements

Public Works Commercial Structures Construction Information

Building Inspections Required for Commercial Structures

Building Permit Application

 

 

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