Town of Falmouth, Maine
271 Falmouth Road
Falmouth, ME 04105
Required to appeal a permit application decision by the Code Enforcement Officer
Required for the construction of an accessory cottage (In conjunction with a building permit)
Commercial construction: New buildings, Additions, Renovations, etc.
Residential construction: New homes, Additions, Renovations, etc.
Required for new chimney or fireplace installation or replacement of existing
Required for all electrical work being performed: New service/upgrades, Wiring (includes low voltage cables), Alarm systems, Pools, etc.
Required with the placement or removal of more than 15 yards of fill, more than 1,000 requires Planning Board approval
List of major code requirements for a final inspection of a new home
Required for the construction of a new home (In conjunction with a building permit)
Required for the installation or complete replacement of any heating appliance
Required for any occupation located in a dwelling
Identifies at which point an inspection is required
OUTDOOR WOOD BOILER APPLIANCE INSTALLATION APPLICATION & PERMIT
Visual example of what is expected on a submitted plot plan
tree removal only - Three forms are provided for your use: Tree cutting & pruning, Non-
Building activity, & General Permit for site development. Building
Required for activity within the shoreland zone including construction, tree harvesting, and landscaping
Required for the placement, replacement or location change of a sign
Required for the installation of a sprinkler system
Required for road access/driveway
Swimming Pool Guidelines
Required for any fixed, pool both above ground and inground
This guide has been prepared to inform the people of the State of Maine of the recommended standards for the installation of wood burning stoves.
Required for the installation of a woodstove
GROWTH PERMIT for accessory cottages
Additions to nonconforming dwellings or dwellings onnonconforming lots
Use for any conditional use allowance where a specific form is not listed here.
Tear down and rebuild
A Variance due to a disability, Ramp etc.
Accessory Dwelling Units; commonly called in-law apartments
Use when the home occupation requires either CEO approval or a public hearing with the Board of Zoning Appeals
Mislocated Single Family Dwelling that does not meet setbacks. See Section 8.2.1 of the zoning ordinance
Three forms are provided for your use: Tree cutting & pruning, Non-Building activity, & General Permit for site development. Buildingexpansion, etc.
Zoning board application to permit the variance from a setback requirement for a single family dwelling
Conditional Use Application; See also Article 10 of the Town Code of Ordinances for Personal Wireless Service Facilities
Zoning board application for a variance from, Height, lot size, lot coverage and setback
Hearing & submittal deadline