Kenosha County Building Permits (Wisconsin)

Building Departments in Kenosha County, WI create and enforce building codes and zoning rules to ensure that buildings are safe. They also review and approve building plans and issue Kenosha County building permits. These building permits may be required for land development, renovations, demolition, repairs, and other construction. Permits can show if a building meets Kenosha County fire codes and other building regulations, demonstrate that a building is safe to occupy, and they can also be used to prove that a construction project holds a valid Kenosha County building permit. Kenosha County Building Departments provide information on which projects require a building permit, how to apply for a permit, and the rules for receiving a permit. They may also provide searchable databases of approved Kenosha County building permits. Building Departments often provide online access to building permit rules and records.

Kenosha County Planning Department Bristol WI 19600 75th Street 53104 262-653-1895

Paddock Lake Building Department Salem WI 6969 236th Avenue 53168 262-843-2713

Pleasant Prairie Building Department Pleasant Prairie WI 9915 39th Avenue 53158 262-694-9304

Pleasant Prairie Zoning Pleasant Prairie WI 9915 39th Avenue 53158 262-925-6717

Town and City Halls in Kenosha County, WI provide municipal services for their community, such as preserving vital records and issuing and filing building permits. These Kenosha County building permits may be required for a number of construction projects, including renovations, demolitions, repairs, land development, and planned construction. They may also issue land use permits related to property boundary lines, as well as occupancy permits that certify that a building meets code and can be occupied by residents in Kenosha County, Wisconsin. These records can be used to prove that a construction project has a valid Kenosha County permit, find approved and rejected permit applications, or to look up building permit requirements, apply for a permit, or search for approved permits. Town and City Halls typically provide online access to their building permit services.

Bristol Town Hall Bristol WI 19801 83rd Street 53104 262-857-2368

Randall Town Hall Burlington WI 34530 Bassett Road 53105 262-877-2165

Salem Town Hall Salem WI 9814 Antioch Road 53168 262-843-2313

Building Inspectors in Kenosha County, WI ensure that all construction projects meet building codes and regulations. They are responsible for monitoring designs, building materials, Kenosha County building safety codes, and utilities like electricity and plumbing. As part of this job, Kenosha County Building Inspectors issue permits for new construction, remodels, renovations, and planned construction. They also issue demolition, relocation, and occupancy permits, including inspection reports that verify that a Kenosha County property is safe for residents. Building Inspectors maintain records and reports on their inspections and permits, which include information about the Kenosha County property owners, the property, and whether the permit is valid. Their records also show Kenosha County violations and work stoppage orders. They provide information on how to receive a permit as well as permit requirements, and much of this information may be available on the Building Inspector website.

Paddock Lake Village Building Inspector Salem WI 6969 236th Avenue 53168 262-843-3617

Pleasant Prairie Building Inspector Pleasant Prairie WI 9915 39th Avenue 53158 262-694-9304

Silver Lake Building Inspector Silver Lake WI 113 South 1st Street 53170 262-889-8094