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To schedule an inspection call 920-448-3300 to schedule an inspection for the following
Call 920-448-3300 to enter an anonymous complaint.
A plumbing permit is required whenever the plumbing drain, waste, vent, or water supply systems are altered. Examples include relocation of a plumbing fixture, installation of a new water heater or dishwasher.
Any licensed plumbing contractor or homeowner who owns and occupies a single-family dwelling can obtain a plumbing permit.
The City cannot recommend a builder but can offer you a link to the Brown County Home Builders Association and the Realtors Association of Northeast Wisconsin.
If you are a renter, call your landlord and inform them of the problem. If the problem persists, you may contact our office or file a report.
For information and regulations regarding building a shed, contact the Community and Economic Development Department.
Permit costs vary by construction type. The fee schedule (PDF) should give you a guide as to how much you need for each project/phase of construction.
Yes, you need a permit for all of these. There are requirements you have to follow for location and setback. Call the Inspection Department at 920-448-3300 for more specific information.
No, but there are rules regarding fire pits. Read the fire pit guidelines (PDF).
Yes, but only on a 3 or more unit building or within a historic residential area. See the fee schedule (PDF) for costs.
Generally, no. If you are replacing kitchen cabinets, for example, you do not need a permit. However, if you are doing remodeling that requires new plumbing, heating, or electrical work, you will need a permit. Call the Inspection Department at 920-448-3300 for more specific information.
Your inspector will inform you when you take out the permit when they should be called to make the inspection(s). Please call 920-448-3300 to schedule.
The Operations Division of Public Works handles these concerns. Fill out an online report or call 920-492-3731 to let us know of your concern.
The Operations Division of Public Works handles these concerns. Fill out an online report or call 920-492-3731 to let us know of your concerns.