Address: 203 W. Polly Street
Phone: (810) 516-1191
Fax: (517) 625-6157
Rob is in his Perry Office 1:00 to 2:00 p.m. Monday and Wednesday.
In addition to the City of Perry, Rob serves as Building Inspector for multiple communities in Genesee, Saginaw and Shiawassee counties. Rob and his wife, Jeanette, who reside in Flushing, have two children. For more information, Visit Rob’s Website: www.robkehoe.com
In May 2003, Perry City Council approved Ordinance No. 269 transferring authority of the City’s Building Inspection responsibilities from the Shiawassee County Building Department to the City of Perry Building Department.
Permits are required when there is new construction to a building as well as some repair work or alteration to an existing structure. In addition, when a building is to be remodeled or enlarged, a permit shall be required. New work consists of any new construction, commercial or residential, from vacant ground to completed new structure.
Projects that are cosmetic, such as new wallpaper, carpet, paint, cabinets or trim work, do not require a permit. Please contact the Building Inspections Department for any questions concerning your specific project.
No. Each permit is a separate action. Since each project is unique, please call our office to determine what permits may be necessary for your project.
Garages, pools, decks, additions, etc. are usually done while you wait if you have all of the necessary paper work. A new house takes about one to two days.
New projects/ multi-family/parking lots or new additions vary depending on factors such as complex design, size, completeness of design documents, other agency approval, etc. Please contact us with specific questions.
Site plan review is required for any proposed development except single family housing. Contact the Planning Department at City Hall.
Site grading can occur prior to receipt of a building permit, however, if the grading area is over one acre in size or within 500′ of a stream, lake, wetland, etc. a soil erosion permit may be required from Shiawassee County.
In Perry yes, you do need a permit for this.
Building and electrical permit may be required. A zoning permit is required.
Yes, enclosing areas in your basement can affect the safe operation of your existing mechanical equipment such as the furnace and home water heater as well as affecting light and ventilation requirements. Creating sleeping room also requires at least one emergency exit egress window in each room. Electrical permits may be required too.
Yes, the deck must meet code requirements in order to support loads from people, equipment, accessories, etc. Many home improvements stores/lumber yards will provide you with computer software designed construction documents that often can be submitted along with a permit application and site plan.
Be sure to advise the deck designer and note on plans if you intend to have unusually heavy accessories on a deck such as a hot tub. They can design the deck to support additional loads.
Yes, a mechanical permit is required. It can be issued to a licensed mechanical contractor or homeowner.
Yes, an electrical permit is required. It can be issued to a licensed electrical contractor or homeowner.