Permit Information


          Erica Meulemans Inspector for Northern Region (Grey)
          McKenzie Slack Inspector for South East Region (Brown)
          Tracy Pooler Inspector for South West Region (Green)

Obtaining a Land Use application/Permit

☀ PLEASE READ  --  Chrome and Firefox are the ONLY Browsers that work with the On-Line Program; do not use Internet Explorer (it will not let you submit the application).  

  • Apply On-Line  -   "Click Here"     (Standard Land Use Apps ONLY)

We are excited to announce you may Apply On-Line and make Payments On-Line. There will be a service fee charged for all credit and debit card payments.

  • Stop by the Planning and Zoning Office to Apply.
    • Have a copy of your tax statement or your Tax ID# (number) available.
  • See the Administrative Regionslink to find out the days and times an inspector is available at their satellite office.
    • Have a copy of your tax statement or your Tax ID# (number) available.

Payment Options

Government Payment Service Inc (GovPayNet)

Make Payments Simple (24 hrs a day, 7 days a week).  Pay by phone at 1-888-604-7888 or on-line at (PLU Code: a002nu).   GovPay accepts the following: credit, debit & prepaid debit card. (Visa, MasterCard, Discover, American Express).

  •  A service fee is charged for all transactions and an additional fee is charged for phone.


The Planning and Zoning Department Staff will ask for your Tax ID# (number). If you do not know your Tax ID# (number), please have your tax statement available. If you recently purchased the property and have not received a tax statement, please have your recorded deed available. The Tax ID# is required to verify the zoning district for dimensional and setback requirements.

There are currently no instructions available on how to fill out a land use application.


  • A land use permit shall expire 12 months from its date of issuance if the authorized building activity and/or land use alteration has not begun within such time.
  • An incomplete application shall expire four months after written notice from the department to the applicant that the application is incomplete, if it is not completed within such time period.
  • An incomplete or unfinished application shall expire 12 months from the date received by the Planning and Zoning Department, if not completed within such time period unless otherwise already expired.
  • A sanitary permit shall expire two years from its date of issuance.

Informational Documents