What does a permit cost?

The permit fees are based on the cost (valuation) of the construction. A deposit fee of $500 is charged for all new residential and commercial plan submissions. This fee is payable upon submission of construction plans to the Building Department for review and is applied to the cost of the final building permit. Sheds, garages, remodels, additions, and basements need a $45 deposit. Pools require a $100 deposit. A state fee of 1% of the building permit fee is charged and sent to the state. The fees are all different in Highland, depending upon what was paid at development stage. These fees are fixed for new single family residential permits and are as follows:

  • Central Sewer Impact Fee: $1155.12
  • Southeast Sewer Impact Fee: $2108.00 
  • Timp. Sewer District Impact Fee: $1785.55
  • Pressurized Irrigation Impact Fee: Determined by the permeable surface x .43
  • Park Impact Fee: $5854.00
  • Roads Impact Fee: $538.00
  • Police Impact Fee: $515.67
  • Fire Impact Fee: $245.02
  • South East Culinary Water Impact Fee: $603.00
  • Bond: $1,000.00
  • Culinary Water Meter Hook-up: $536.00
  • PI Water Meter Hook-up: $372.00
  • Storm Water Review Fee: $1500.00

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1. Why are building permits needed?
2. When is a building permit required?
3. What does a permit cost?
4. Who can prepare the plans?
5. How do I schedule inspections?
6. What information is required on the plans?
7. What are the building codes?