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A Zoning permit is required for both. A building permit is also required for storage buildings over 200 sq. ft.
Please see more information at How to Obtain Permits.
Please see Are Permits Required for a list of required building, electrical, HVAC and zoning permits.
Please see How to Obtain Permits for Step by Step Instructions for Obtaining shed, fence,pool and more permits.
Provide the Building/Planning Department with a Residential Bldg/Zoning Permit Application and a site plan (a copy your construction site plan, an aerial view of your lot available at medinacountyauditor.org , or a sketch showing the dimensions of the shed or pool and how far it will be from the side or rear property lines. Fences should be shown in the areas they would located and include the height, and whether it is solid or picket.
Please see How to Obtain Permits for Step by Step Instructions for Obtaining a deck permit
Provide the Building/Planning Department with a Residential Bldg/Zoning Permit Application, a site plan (a copy your construction site plan, an aerial view of your lot available at medinacountyauditor.org , or a sketch showing the dimensions of the deck and how far it will be from the side or rear property lines, and construction plans for the deck, that include dimensions, a down view with post and beam locations, and a completed Your Deck Design form.
Construction drawings need to show all dimensions and components of the structure including a cross section showing the footer, foundation (or post), beams, joists, studs, rafters, floor/wall/roof sheathing, etc., a dimension down-view of the foundation and framing, and any elevations (straight on views) if relevant.
General contractors are not required to be registered with the City. However Electrical and HVAC contractors are required to be registered at this time.
Site plans should be to a designated engineering or architectural scale. Building plans should be a minimum 1/8” architectural scale.
City of Wadsworth
Building and Planning Dept. 120 Maple Street, Wadsworth OH 44281.
An easement is a portion of a property where an entity such as a municipality or utility company has a legal right to utilize the space as necessary to protect and maintain the service located there. The land is owned by the property owner but it’s use is restricted.
Provide the Building Department with a copy of your State license, and proof of Worker’s Compensation along with a completed application and a $50 payment for new registration. Annual renewal is then $20.
Point of sale inspections are not required in the City.
Temporary garage sales are permitted in the City. There are no permits required.
Contact the Building Department at 330-335-2780, or email@example.com. Provide a detailed description of the issue, the address, and how it can be seen. A complaint form is also available at City Hall or on the Property Maintenance Website where more information is available..
If the new driveway extends through the sidewalk or into the approach, a permit is required from the Engineering Dept.
An alarm registration application can be obtained in the Safety Director's Office.
A vendor's license (solicitor's permit) can be obtained at the Mayor's Office.
Only if the new lines extend into the right of way (under sidewalk to street) is an Engineering Right of Way Permit required.