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No. Per new State Statute requirements, SS 706.22, the City of Green Bay can no longer require Clearwater inspections for the sale of property.
A homeowner can voluntarily request a Clearwater inspection, but will need to submit the request for the inspection in writing. The City will issue orders on any Code Violations found as part of the inspection. All typical fees will apply.
If it is available, hook up can be done at any time by a licensed contractor. If it is not available, then you will have to request that it be installed in front of your property. You can request this through your Alderperson, or call the Engineering Department at 920-448-3100.
You must show proof of your state license along with a $2,000 surety bond and pay $100 for a license. The renewal fee for a single category license is $50 each year, multiple categories is $100.