Adding on? Repairing? Replacing? Check to see if a permit is required!A permit is required for all work performed on your property in the Village of Sloan exceptcosmetic work (e.g. painting, wallpaper, etc.).For any questions about whether a permit is required or to register a complaint, contact Village Hall at (716) 897-1560M-F from 9AM-4PM to schedule an appointmentPlease visit the Treasurer's Page for information on applicable fees for your project. Visit this pagefor more information related to swimming pools and hot tubs.
IMPORTANT!Please read the following:This page contains a partial Permit Fee Schedule for the most common construction projects. If your particular project is not listed here, you must make sure a permit is not required before you begin construction.Call Village Hall (716-897-1560) between 9:00 AM & 4:00 PM, M-F, to arrange an appointment with the Code Enforcement Officer Please visit this page for specific information & local/state requirements for swimming pool/hot tub installation.
New Buildings and/or Additions <Top of Page>a) Residential (Zoning R and RA): $7.00 per thousand for the first 100,000 valuation; $5.00 per thousand for valuation over $100,000. Minimum fee of $100.00b) Commercial (Zoning RC and M1): $7.00 per thousand for the first 100,000 valuation; $5.00 per thousand for valuation over $100,000. Minimum fee of $200.00c) Industrial (Zoning M2): Up to 10,000 square feet:$300.00; More than 10,000 square feet but less than 50,000 square feet, $400.00; for every additional 50,000 square feet, add $100.00 to fee.Garages and Sheds<Top of Page>a) Single garage (Under 500 square feet): $50.00b) Double garage (Over 500, less than 1000 square feet); $75.00; For every additional 500 square feet, add $$25.00c) Shed: $25.00Demolitions<Top of Page>a) Residential: $100.00b) Commerical: $200.00 up to 2000 square feet; $300.00 more than 2000 square feetc) Industrial: $300.00 up to 2000 square feet; $400.00 more than 2000 square feetMoving Buildings<Top of Page>a) Residential: $100.00b) Commercial and Industrial: $200.00Roof Work/Replacement<Top of Page>a) Residential: $40.00b) Commercial and Industrial: $75.00Alterations (Including but not limited to)<Top of Page>a) Residential: Windows and doors: $25.00 - Permit required only if there are structural changes and/or changes in egress/rough opening)Decks/Porches: $40.00Canopy and Marquees: $30.00Interior remodel (kitchen, bath, etc.): $30.00b) Commercial and Industrial: Windows and doors: $40.00 - Permit required only if there are structural changes and/or changes in egress/rough opening)Decks/Porches: $50.00Equipment Installation<Top of Page>a) Furnace/Air Conditioner (Not Portable), etc.: $25.00*b) Generator (Not Portable): $25.00*c) Wood/Pellet/Natural Gas Stove: $25.00Driveways, Patios, Flatwork or Foundations<Top of Page>$30.00Fences<Top of Page>a) Residential: $25.00b) Commercial and Industrial: $50.00Swimming Pool/Hot Tub<Top of Page>a) Above Ground: $25.00*b) In-Ground: $100.00*c) Hot Tubs/Saunas: $25.00*Appeal to Zoning Board of Appeals<Top of Page>$125.00Sewers<Top of Page>a) Conductor/Bubbler System: $30.00b) Drain Tile: $30.00 (Must provide diagram)c) Vent Pipe/Trap/Sewer and Water Line Repair:$30.00d) Sump Pump: $25.00*Street/Pavement Cut<Top of Page>a) $100.00 per opening, in addition to other sewer permit fees.b) Curb Cut: $100.00Storage Tanks<Top of Page>a) Gas, Fuel, Propane, Oil or other tank installation: $75.00b) Gas, Fuel, Propane, Oil or other tank removal: $75.00Signs<Top of Page>a) Portable signs (Limited to 30 days maximum): $25.00b) Permanent signs, non electric:$50.00 per facec) Permanent signs, electric (Including LED, Digital, etc.): $75.00 per face*Antennas, radio towers, etc.<Top of Page>$25.00*Certificate of Occupancy/Compliance/Zoning Compliance<Top of Page>a) Residential: $25.00 per household unitb) Commercial and Industrial: $75.00Sump Pump Inspection and Certification (Mandatory upon sale of property)<Top of Page>$25.00*Electrical inspections are not completed by this department. If an electrical inspection is required by the Code Enforcement Officer, you must obtain one independently