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Fee Schedules Fee or Permit NameFlat Rate or FeeNew Homes & Room Additions- Base Fee Plus $0.23 per Square Foot of Total Area$75.00Alterations, Remodeling & Fire Damage- Base Fee Plus $0.23 per Square Foot of Project Area$50.00201 to 400 Square Foot Accessory Structure- Base Fee Plus $0.12 per Square Foot$30.0095 more rows
Occupancy Permit Duly accomplished Certificate of Completion, signed by owner/ applicant, signed and sealed by respective architect/ engineers, Forms are available at the Office of the Building Official. Photocopy of all Approved Permit Application Forms ( Back & front) Copy of Approved Construction Plans/Blueprints.
A permit is valid for a period of up to one year at which time it may be renewed.
To apply for a Use & Occupancy Permit (U&O), please go to the ePermits Online Portal: Create a building permit application. Fill out the application and in the work details section, click on \u201ctype of permit\u201d and you will see the option to choose "Use & Occupancy (U&O)," see below:
Occupancy Permit Duly accomplished Certificate of Completion, signed by owner/ applicant, signed and sealed by respective architect/ engineers, Forms are available at the Office of the Building Official. Photocopy of all Approved Permit Application Forms ( Back & front) Copy of Approved Construction Plans/Blueprints.

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\u2756 How to apply for this certificate of occupancy: 1. Apply online through web portal: https://icportal.com.ohio.gov/web/ohio/login If you have not registered as a member in the web portal, you must complete the registration process first.
According to the Ohio Building Code Section 111.4, the owner of an existing building may request the issuance of a Certificate of Use and Occupancy.
As for the final occupancy permit, the Contractor shall secure it but he shall not be responsible to the Owner if the license is not issued or there was delay in its issuance for reasons that are not attributable to the Contractor's fault.
(b) A building code official shall issue a certificate of occupancy within 5 business days after receipt of a final inspection report that indicates compliance with the Uniform Construction Code.
In Ohio, the basic rule is that the construction of all new buildings and work that structurally changes existing buildings through remodeling and additions will require a building permit. Most electrical, plumbing, and mechanical work beyond basic repairs will also require a building permit.

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