The City of Sheridan requires a building permit for any undertaking with building costs over $3,000 or if a new building is over 200 square feet. Some electrical, mechanical and plumbing work must be permitted regardless of the value. The City issues two types of building permits: simple permits and permits that require a plan review.
Detailed Building Permit
Detailed Building Permits should be used for all permits that require a plan review. A building project requires a plan review by building officials in any case that involves structural work, such as new residential and/or commercial projects, any remodels and/or additions, adding a deck, etc.
Simple Building Permits should be used for all permits that do not require a plan review. Projects that do not include a plan review include roofing, siding, installation of fireplaces or furnaces in an existing building (and are not part of an overall remodel project), etc.
Certificate of Occupancy Checklist
Drilling and Notching Guide
Emergency Escape and Rescue Windows
Footing, Foundation, and Basement Wall Details
How to Request an Inspection
How to Draw a Basic Site Plan
Mono Slab and Frost Protection
Portable Fire Extinguishers
Smoke & CO Alarms
Solid Waste Enclosures
Sprinkler Alarm Checklist
Typical One Line Electrical Diagram
Typical Pole Barn
Typical Wall Section