The office of the building department encompasses all of the traditional roles performed by a building inspector which include:
- Issuance of Building Permits, Electric Work Applications and Sign Permits and the associated inspections for the same.
- Issuance of Demolition Permits
- Issuance of Certificates of Occupancy or Compliance
- Enforcement of Building and Zoning Codes
The building department addresses all zoning and planning questions.
Please visit Chapter 300 of the Sag Harbor Village code for information on structure set-backs, lot coverage and other zoning questions. Residential set-backs are at the end of the chapter in the Table of Dimensional Regulations.
ACORD forms are neither accepted nor required in any instance.
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Once any required Board approvals are received, Building Permits that have been deemed complete will be processed in a timely manner in the order that they are received. The exact processing time is not available due to the changing backlog we experience.
The most prevalent omissions that result in a permit being deemed incomplete are:
- Workers compensation certificate missing
- Incorrect address on certificate (must list P.O. Box 660, not 55 Main)
- Cost of construction not entered on the building permit application
- Required energy details not furnished (see memo below regarding what is required)
- Required wind resistance details not furnished (gauge of straps, number of nails, etc.)
Note: Your plans will not be reviewed until such time as the application is deemed complete.