Do I need a permit for a storage building? Why?
All accessory structures require a permit to approve the location of the structure (i.e. property line setbacks, setbacks from other structures, easements, etc.). Storage buildings over 120 square feet require additional information to ensure it is constructed per the Kentucky Building Code.

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1. Are there any special requirements for a swimming pool?
2. Can Code Enforcement do anything about limbs from my neighbor’s tree hanging over my property?
3. Can I remain anonymous when reporting a code complaint?
4. Do I need a permit for a storage building? Why?
5. Do I need a permit to put up a fence?
6. How tall does grass / weeds have to be before it is a violation?
7. What can be done about my neighbor’s dogs barking all night?
8. What do I do if I have received a violation notice from Code Enforcement?
9. What information do I need to submit with a permit application?
10. Where can I place yard sale signs?
11. Where do I get an electrical permit?
12. Who enforces the smoking ordinance?
13. Why does it take so long to get a violation corrected after it is reported?
14. Will Code Enforcement respond to a complaint of inoperable and / or unlicensed vehicle on the street?