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FEBRUARY TOWN BOARD MEETING RESCHEDULED TO MONDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 2016 7:00 P.M.

PLEASE NOTE: NO BOARD MEETING TONIGHT DUE TO LACK OF QUORUM 

Watch the Western Kenosha County episode of "Around the Corner with John McGivern" via the link below

http://www.mptv.org/video/watch/?id=17420

Primary Election will be Tuesday, February 16, 2016. Polls are open 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. All voting in Brighton takes place at the Town Hall.

STOP IN THE CLERKS OFFICE FOR YOUR OFFICIAL BRIGHTON DUMP PASS AS REQUIRED BY THE TOWN BOARD 

HOURS OF DROP OFF: 7 A.M. - 12 NOON

http://www.johnsdisposal.com/services/municipalities/brighton-town/

For more detailed information, please visit John's Disposal Service, Inc. at www.johnsdisposal.com or call customer service at 262-473-4700

The Town Office will be open from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. on the First and Third Saturdays of each month

February Saturday Office dates are the 6th and the 20th

BURNING NOTICE

PLEASE REVIEW WISCONSIN D.N.R. BURN CONDITION MAP FOR CURRENT CONDITIONSBrighton will ONLY issue burning permits when fire threat is Low or Moderate based on D.N.R. Burning Restrictions Map.

 

Last Updated ( Monday, 08 February 2016 )
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BUILDING PERMITS:  Permits are required for all new construction, additions or alterations. 

Call Building Inspector Don Fox, (262) 878-3358, Monday - Friday 6 a.m. - 7:30 a.m. for more information.

send mail for Building Inspector to: 24401-52nd Street, Salem, WI 53168

Fees(Revised 04/18/12)

$1500.00-Performance bond over $50,001 & over value (same fee for residential/non-residential)

$500.00-Performance bond $10,001-$50,000 value (same fee for residential/non-residential)

$100.00-Performance bond up through $10,000 value (same fee for residential/non-residential)

$35.00-State sticker for new homes

$90.00-Property Number sign fee for new, missing or damaged beyond repair

$30.00-Plan review

$30.00-Building permit initial fee for any type building, alterations or additions

$ .25 per sq. ft. for new homes and additions ($75.00 minimum)

$ .20 per sq. ft. for remodeling and detached residential ($75.00 minimum)

$ .05 per sq. ft. for agricultural buildings ($75.00 minimum)

$ .05 per sq. ft. for new plumbing in any structure ($75.00 minimum)

$30.00-Plumbing permit initial fee plus $5.00 per fixture or water connection for replacement

$ .05 per sq. ft. for electric permit on any type building, alteration or addition ($75.00 minimum)

$ .05 per sq. ft. for new heating residential ($75.00 minimum)

$.06 per sq. ft. for new heating commercial ($75.00 minimum)

$.05 per sq. ft. for new A/C in any structure ($75.00 minimum)

$65.00-Heating permit for replacement furnace

$65.00-A/C permit for new/replacement central air conditioning

$65.00-Fireplace permit for new/replacement

$65.00-Roof permit

$65.00-Pool permit

$65.00-Deck permit

$75.00-Erosion control permit

$75.00-Culvert permit (except County Highways)

$75.00-for moving a building

$90.00-for razing a residence or an out building

$ .50 per sq. ft. for commercial buildings ($20.00 minimum)

Record maintenance fee will be applied

Make checks payable to TOWN OF BRIGHTON

There will be a $15.00 charge per inspection visit after 7 visits.  After 2 failed inspections, there will be a $15.00 re-inspection charge.

NSF checks will have a $20.00 charge added, the job will be red tagged and all work stopped

DOUBLE PERMIT FEES IF WORK STARS BEFORE PERMITS ARE ISSUED

All bonds refunded to property owner upon satisfactory completion of project.

 

Last Updated ( Friday, 01 May 2015 )

Welcome to the Town of Brighton  MAP

The Town of Brighton is located in Northwestern Kenosha County, Wisconsin.It is bounded on the north by the Town of Dover on the West by Imagethe Towns of Wheatland and Burlington. On the South it is bounded by the Town of Salem (including the Village of Paddock Lake), on the East it is bounded by the Town of Paris.The Town of Brighton is approximately 35 miles from Milwaukee and approximately 6 miles from the Illinois/Wisconsin Imagestate border.The Town of Brighton is dominated by gently rolling farmland. The Town has within its boundaries two major recreational areas in Bong State Recreational Area and Brighton Dale County Park and 45 hole Golf Course.The principle industry in the Town is agriculture.
Last Updated ( Friday, 06 August 2010 )
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