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1. APPLICATION - Must be Filled Out Completely - do not SUBMIT if you do not have something...find it first!
2. BUILDING PLANS - (Drawn to scale plans - garages, decks, and pole buildings may be hand-drawn)
3. ROOF TRUSS PLANS - Must be engineered by SD state-licensed engineer (Homemade trusses are NOT allowed)
4. SEPTIC SYSTEM
5. SITE PLAN - (see Example)
A drawing showing the following, an existing plat may be used to show detail:
6. RETAINING WALLS
******THIS IS AN EXAMPLE OF A PROPER SITE PLAN PREPARED BY LAWRENCE COUNTY STAFF, YOU MUST DRAW YOUR OWN USING THE PLAT/ or LEGAL DESCRIPTION FOR DIMENSIONS OF YOUR PERSONAL PROPERTY, if YOU ARE NOT ABLE TO PROVIDE THIS ON YOUR OWN ACCORD YOU MAY NEED TO HIRE A PROFESSIONAL WHO CAN AT YOUR OWN EXPENSE*******
You are required to break down square footages of your project as listed here (if applicable) If it does not apply to your project ENTER NA.
You are required to have setbacks from the structure to all lot lines. If you are within 50' you may be required to do a site plan survey by a surveyor. (This also includes to any public rights-of-ways; private roads/easements or Section Lines.) If it does not apply to your building project ENTER NA.
You may upload documents if they are in one file to each type or if having issues please submit the application, but then email attachments to firstname.lastname@example.org. You will need to put in the SUBJECT LINE: Parcel # and Last Name of Owner.
ALL INSPECTIONS NEED A 24 HOUR NOTICE. All property shall undergo the following inspections: Setbacks/Footings & Foundation, Framing, and Final. As of Feb. 1, 2014, all structures in Lawrence County shall obtain a Certificate of Occupancy. All work shall be done in accord with the approved plans, except where such approval is in conflict with other codes. The approved plan not be changed or modified without prior approval of the Building Official. It is the responsibility of the permittee to obtain the required inspections. Failure to notify this department that the work is ready for inspection may necessitate the removal of some of the construction materials at the owner's expense in order to perform such inspection.
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