- Adequate Facilities Tax
- Adopted Codes
- Building Permit Fees
- Board of Zoning Appeals
- Department Services
- Commercial & Industrial
- Forms and Information
- Permit Types
- Montgomery County Zoning Resolution
- Related Links
- Required Inspections
- Strategic Plan
- Stormwater Program
- Flood Information
- Contact Us
The Montgomery County Building and Codes Department issues permits for the County Jurisdiction only-(area located outside of any city jurisdiction).
Prior to permit issuance, a site plan review or other approvals may be required, such as evidence of proper sewage disposal method.
Permits are issued from 7:30-4:30 Monday through Friday-except legal holidays.
Permits must be issued to the property owner or licensed contractor. Permits must be paid in full by check or cash at the time of issuance.
At the time of permit issuance each applicant is provided a checklist indicating the required inspections, along with the information on how to make the request. You must have your Application Number to request an inspection.
The adopted codes require that all work must be inspected at specific intervals during the construction process by a certified building inspector. It is the Building Permit Holder’s responsibility to request inspections and receive proper approvals from the Building and Codes Department prior to moving to the next phase of construction. At the completion of the project, after ALL final inspections have been made and approved the permit holder can request at that time a Certificate of Occupancy or the final inspection form to authorize Use and Occupancy.
Adequate Facilities Tax
Adequate Facilities Tax is collected at The Montgomery County Building Codes Department for ALL jurisdictions (including city jurisdictions). Adequate Facilities Tax receipts and/or exemptions are required to be submitted to the Clarksville City Building and Codes Department prior to the issuance of any building permits in either jurisdiction. This is a one-time fee due prior to obtaining residential building permits.
The Codes Enforcement Offices is responsible for investigating possible violations including: open storage, unlicensed, inoperable vehicles, tall weeds and grass complaints, business and sign violations, demolish sites and sub-standard housing.