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Yes. A Certificate of Continued Occupancy is required for new tenants of a commercial space.
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Complete Construction Permit Application Jacket (Form UCC F-100) and Counter Form. Documents must be signed and sealed by licensed contractors (other than owner occupied one family dwelling).
Yes, residents within 50 feet must be notified prior to commencing work. Demolition permit must be provided with a demolition checklist. All utilities must be disconnected.
Anytime work will be performed in Public Right-of-Way. Work includes Road Openings for Utility Connection, Demolition Permits, sidewalk replacement, etc. Harrison Police Department will determine if Police Traffic direction is required.
Dumpster Permits are obtained from Harrison Police Department. Prior to obtaining Permit, a memorandum must be obtained from Construction Office. Memorandum can only be issued after a letter describing purpose of dumpster or proof of permit.
Property owners are responsible for trees on private property. Trees located in Right-of-way are maintained by the Town. Tree removal must be approved by the Harrison Health Department.
One and two family dwellings require a smoke detector certification from Harrison Fire Prevention. Multi-family residential buildings require submission of multiple dwelling certificates. Commercial buildings require copy of annual sprinkler and/or fire alarm reports.
No. Permits must be processed, paid and issued prior to start of construction work and scheduling of inspections. Work performed prior to obtaining permits may be subject to violations and/or penalty.
A Zoning Permit is required for concrete, asphalt, stamped brick or any nonporous surface installation.
Yes. If a shed is less than 100 square feet, a Zoning Permit is required. If it is more than 100 square feet, both a Construction Permit and Zoning Permit are required.
No. Payments must be by either check, money order or cash.
Yes. As long as permits are properly filled out and signed, they may be mailed in.
No. Original signatures and seals may be required.
Sign requirements can be located in the Harrison Land Development Ordinance. Zoning permit is required if same sign is used but name is changed. If completely new sign, Construction permit and zoning permits are required.