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Residential Building Codes Enforcement - Applying For A Permit

 

If your area is in the list(s) below, then you must apply for a Residential Building Permit using the forms at the bottom of this page.

 

A state residential building permit is required if construction is located within the city limits of:

 Adamsville

Guys

Pulaski

 

Halls

Ramer

Allardt

Hickory Valley

Red Boiling Springs

Bells

Hornsby

Rutherford

Benton

Iron City

Rutledge

Bethel Springs

Jellico

Saltillo

Blaine

Kenton

Saulsbury

Bluff City

LaFollette

Scotts Hill

Braden

Lake City

Silerton

Brighton

Liberty

St. Joseph

Cedar Hill

Louisville

Sunbright

Celina

Luttrell

Tellico Plains

Clarksburg

Lynchburg

Tennessee Ridge

Clifton

Lynnville

Tiptonville

Collinwood

Mason

Toone

Copperhill

Maynardville

Tracy City

Cottage Grove

McLemoresville

Trimble

Crab Orchard

Middleton

Watauga

Decatur

Milledgeville

Watertown

Dickson

Mitchellville

Whiteville

Dresden

New Hope

Williston

Eastview

New Johnsonville

Winfield

Elkton

Newbern

Yorkville

Englewood

Niota

 

Enville

Normandy

 

Finger

Oneida

 

Friendsville 

Orme

 

Gainesboro

Parker's Crossroads

 

Gallaway

Petersburg

 

Gibson

Pikeville

 

Graysville

Pittman Center

 

Gruetli-Laager

Plainview

 


 

A state residential building permit is required if construction is located within the unincorporated areas (not in a city) of:

Benton County

Hardeman County

White County

Campbell County

Hawkins County

 

Carter County

Lincoln County

 

Clay County

Meigs County

 

DeKalb County

Monroe County

 

Giles County

Moore County

 

Grainger County

Smith County

 

 

Please check with your local government to determine if any local permits are required before you begin construction.

 

For residential construction starting on or after October 1, 2010 - If your area is in the list above, you must apply for a Residential Building Permit using one of the following forms:

 



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