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PATTON BOROUGH
BUILDING PERMIT INFORMATION

The following are just some of the things you will need to know when planning your next building project.

Residential and Commercial Property:

          Medium to Major Projects: Please allow 30 days from submittal of application for processing and issuance of a permit and no permit work may begin until a permit is obtained.

REQUIREMENTS BEFORE PERMIT ISSUANCE FOR NEW CONSTRUCTION AND ADDITIONS:
  
     1.     Two (2) Sets of building plans with the following:
            a.      Architectural with all floor plans, elevation, section,
                 and through drawings.
            b.     Structural drawings for project with all pertinent information
                 such as wind and snow load, and fire ratting of construction
                 and specs.
            c.     Mechanical drawings for all systems to be installed with
                 specs for all equipment.
            d.     Electrical drawings for structure detailing all material and
                 equipment and specs.
            e.     Plumbing drawings size and type of piping.

REQUIRED INSPECTIONS AFTER PERMIT IS ISSUED: – 24 Hour notice required
  
   1.    Footer (Before concrete is poured)
  
     2.    Foundation
  
     3.    Rough Framing *
  
     4.    Rough Plumbing *
  
     5.    Rough Electrical *
  
     6.    Drywall before taped or plastered
  
     7.    Final Inspection
  
         * To be inspected before any structural member is covered
                or  insulated.

BEFORE OCCUPANCY OF STRUCTURE: (Where applicable)
      
1.     Final electrical inspection.
  
     2.     PA Department of Agriculture Approval.
  
     3.     PA Department of Labor and Industry Approval
  
     4.     PLCB Approval.
  
     5.     Code Inspectors Final Inspection and Certificate of
            Occupancy Issuance.
 

A final inspection is Necessary.
Failure to do so may result in the property owner having to apply for a new permit to receive an occupancy permit.  

Do I really need this Occupancy Permit?  Yes.  In fact your insurance carrier may require that you show proof of an occupancy permit. 

WHERE APPLICABLE, APPROVAL FROM THE FOLLOWING AGENCIES MAY BE REQUIRED BEFORE A PERMIT CAN BE ISSUED.
        1.     Water and Sewage Department (Borough)
        2.     County 911 Center address assigned
        3.     Penn DOT Road Access
        4.     Municipal Road Access
        5.     Contractor Workman’s Compensation certificate or
  
             notarized affidavit
        6.     Contractor Registration with Municipalities (where applicable)

 

Commercial Property and New Construction:

          Two (2) stamped copies of architectural plans, stamped by an architect, Engineer or other qualified professional are required.


Application Forms May Be Picked Up at the Borough Office
 

PERMIT AND INSPECTION QUESTIONS CAN BE DIRECTED TO:

Call before you start your next project Save Time and Money

OR FOR GENERAL QUESTIONS CALL:
(814) 674-3641

 

Link to Act 45- Uniform Construction Code