Do You Need a Building Permit?

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Thinking about summer remodeling projects? New homes are not the only construction projects that require approval of the Architectural and Environmental Control Committee. Major landscaping, shoreline decks and patios, house additions, and garages are just a few of the types of projects which also require committee approval before a building permit can be issued. Submitting plans for approval early will help to ensure that your project can be finished on time. The AECC meets on the first Saturday of the month. Applications and plans must be submitted at least ten days before the meeting to be considered for approval.

Applications and building code regulations may be obtained from the Building Inspector or on the website http://applecanyonlake.org/forms/ under the Maintenance heading. Information about specific requirements for plan submission can be received by contacting the Building Inspector by email at buildinginspector@applecanyonlake.org  or by phone at 815-492-0900. Please do not hesitate to contact the office with questions about any projects you may have in mind for the upcoming year.

ACLPOA 2019 Construction Fee Schedule – Board approved 10/20/18

New Dwelling: Permit Fee/Inspection (Good for one (1) year)… $1,000

Environmental Impact Fee (Non-Refundable): New dwelling only… $1,000

GIS: Full Site… $325     

Environmental/Debris Bond (Refundable)… $500

Additions to Existing Dwelling: Permit fee… $0.20/sf

All Accessory Structures… $0.20/sf

Garage

Shed

Deck

Patio                                                                                                                                                      

General Permits: Per item… $10

Small Misc. Permits/Projects

Exterior Doors

Exterior Windows

Exterior Siding/Painting

Interior Remodeling

Septic

Solar

Driveways,

New installation not done with a new dwelling

Rebuilt or resurfaced

Shoreline Construction

Installation/repair of:

Dock/pier

Gangway

Electric

Boat lift

Riprap

Demolition

Landscaping:

Any earthwork or lot grading whether performed as a single

project or as a series projects on an existing developed lot:

Cart path

Boardwalk

Land retaining wall

Fence

Trim/cut trees within 50 feet of shoreline    

Roofing

Gutters

Shingle tear-off/replacement