The Middletown Building Department enforces all State of CT Building Codes in accordance with the plans and specifications submitted with your application. The department inspects all phases of construction, including electrical, mechanical, plumbing, structural installations and acts as consultant to other departments and agencies. As of October 1st 2018, the state has adopted new building codes and amendments.
*For demolition permit applications & fees please see 'Forms' section below*
***IF YOU DO NOT GET A RECEIPT, YOUR APPLICATION DID NOT SUBMIT PROPERLY!!***
**PERMIT APPLICATIONS WILL NOT BE REVIEWED UNTIL PAYMENT & ALL REQUIRED PAPERWORK IS RECEIVED! **
EMAIL ALL PERMIT PAPERWORK TO: firstname.lastname@example.org
CONTRACTORS - WE WILL NOT REVIEW YOUR APPLICATION UNTIL WE RECIEVE A COPY OF YOUR CONTRACTORS LICENSE ALONG WITH A CERTIFICATE OF LIABILITY INSURANCE W/ WORKERS COMP & THE CHECK FOR YOUR PERMIT FEE.
HOMEOWNERS - IF YOU ARE APPLYING FOR THE PERMIT AND DOING THE WORK YOURSELF YOU WILL NEED TO SUBMIT A 7B FORM (SEE BELOW) VIA EMAIL OR MAIL ALONG WITH YOUR CHECK FOR YOUR PERMIT FEE. IF YOU HIRED A CONSTRACTOR BUT ARE APPLYING FOR THE PERMIT FOR THEM, A 7A FORM (SEE BELOW) IS REQUIRED ALONG WITH THE CHECK FOR YOUR PERMIT FEE.
**IF YOUR PROPOSED WORK REQUIRES PLANS YOU WILL NEED TO PROVIDE FULL SIZE DRAWINGS TO US ALONG WITH OTHER REQUIRED PAPERWORK AND YOUR PAYMENT BEFORE WE REVIEW ANY INFORMATION**
Below you can find required forms and informational handouts that can be downloaded to help you with your project.
You can contact the office at 860-638-4870 if you have any questions.
- State Mod Request
- Deck Packet 2021
- Swimming Pool Permit Requirements & Information
- Permit Fees
- Plan Review Checklist for New Home Construction
- Boiler & Furnace Requirements
- Guidelines for Property Owners Pulling a Permit
- Common Permit Questions
- Work exempt from permits
- Required Inspections
- Attic Codes
- Basement Codes