Electrical Fees

Fees as of April 1, 2012

All applications for any electrical work (PDF) must be filled out completely, accurately, legible and must be signed by a licensed electrician. Copies of insurance, licenses and all fees must be on file or provided with each application. Inspections must be made before any concealment and at completion. Requests must be in writing or by telephone voice mail.

No electrical permit will be issued unless it is accompanied by a valid electrical license number

Electrical work done without a permit will be charged double the original permit fee.

Residential

Work
Fee
Notes
Temporary service/sub panels
$40
n/a
100 amp service
$60
n/a
200 amp service (Single family)
$100
n/a
200 amp service (Multi-family) (This includes one meter socket only)
$100
n/a
200 amp service (Multi-family) (Any additional meter socket)
$35
(Each)
New house (Single family)
$200
(Complete)
New house (Single family) (Each additional unit)
$200
(Complete)
Rewire old house
$75
(Plus service)
Rewire old house (Each additional unit)
$75
(Plus service)
Additions (Garage, Basements, etc.)
$60
n/a
Outlets and fixtures (3 or Less)
$20
n/a
Outlets and fixtures (4 or more)
$30
n/a
Major appliances (Oil burners, heaters, dryers, etc.)
$25
n/a
Swimming pools
$60
n/a
Repairs/miscellaneous work
$30
n/a
Residential fire/smoke alarm
$30
(Complete)
Generator installation
$50
n/a
Solar panels (One and two family)
$60
n/a


Commercial - Industrial

(Fees based on estimated amount of electrical cost, including all material and labor.)

Estimated Electrical Cost
Fee
$100 to $10,000
$2 each
$1,000 - thereafter
$5 each
Minimum fee
$45
Solar panels
(Above fee applies)
Carnivals, fairs, etc.
$60
Signs
$50
Public events
$50
Re-inspection
$40
Low voltage, etc. (Data and cable fees apply)
$45