Items Required to Obtain a Growth Management Permit

 
  • Building Permit Application, completed fully and signed.
  • Recorded Deed or proof of ownership (If ownership has changed w/in past 6 months).
  • If applicant is other than owner, a signed letter of authorization from owner.
  • Plot plan or survey to scale showing: set backs, wetlands, shape & dimensions of lot, size & location of all buildings, structures, water bodies and other significant features currently existing on the lot.
  • Where applicable, the location of soils test pits, reserve disposal areas, subsurface sewage disposal systems, parking lots and driveways, signs, buffer strips and private  wells.
  • Detailed construction plans, drawn accurately to scale MUST BE INCLUDED. Plans must be designed to meet Maine Uniform Building & Energy Code.
  • If new construction or renovation over $20,000 that has or will have an alarm system or fire suppression system, please review Section 5 of the Key Lock Box Ordinance. A copy can be provided.
  • Radon Mitigation Plan (if applicable) to scale must be included by registered radon mitigation contractors.
  • Show ALL types of lot coverage including but not be limited to: sheds, pools, patio, walkway, etc. If unsure what constitutes, lot coverage, please ask.
  • Septic plan/HHE200 (must be less than 2 years old)  OR  Sewer Connection Application completed and approved by Sewer Department (967-2245)
  •  Department of Environmental Protection Permit, if required
  • Does project include any asbestos or lead paint removal? If so, provide separate description and contractor details.
  •  Zoning Board of Appeals and/or Planning Board Approval, if needed.
  • Completely filled out Curb Cut Application signed by Police Chief & Highway Superintendent; be sure to include your name, address, property address, etc.  Curb cut is not required for private roads.  State roads require MDOT approval.
  • Form 1190 from Central Maine Power.
  • Maine Chimney Installation Disclosure, if needed.