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Zoning Permit Applications- Residential Addition

  1. City of Belmont Zoning Permit Application- Residential Addition

    Please fill out the application and submit with scaled site plan and processing fees. It is recommended you contact the planning & zoning department to discuss your project prior to submitting application. 704.901.2610

  2. Write owner-builder if you are doing the work yourself

  3. Include dimensions, square footage, building material, and the number of proposed bedrooms.

  4. Identify subdivision name if applicable

  5. Maximum impervious %

  6. New-SFD

  7. Distance from your side property line to the proposed structure (linear feet)

  8. Distance from your side property line to the proposed structure (linear feet)

  9. Distance from rear property line to proposed structure (linear feet)

  10. Identify distance from proposed structure to front property line

  11. Upload file of scaled site plan clearly identifying proposed location

  12. PDF files

  13. Floodplain compliance

  14. Does project include a stream crossing?*

  15. Culvert, bridge, or other

  16. Is the property in a special flood hazard area?*

  17. Is the property in a floodway zone?*

  18. A survey from a registered surveyor must be provided and mush show the contour line of the base flood elevation (100-year flood plain), proposed building footprint, finished floor elevation(FFE) of lowest inhabitable floor, elevation of bottom of floor joist for lowest FFE, and any other information the city may need to comply with adopted FEMA floodplain regulations.

  19. Permit Processing Fee

    Residential Addition

  20. Price

  21. Permit Technology Fee

    5% of permit fee

  22. Price

  23. Electronic Signature Agreement*

    By checking the "I agree" box below, you agree and acknowledge that 1) your application will not be signed in the sense of a traditional paper document, 2) by signing in this alternate manner, you authorize your electronic signature to be valid and binding upon you to the same force and effect as a handwritten signature, and 3) you may still be required to provide a traditional signature at a later date.

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