Repairs and Upgrades for Home and Business
When getting ready for a project, please take note of the following regulations:
- Contractors requesting building, plumbing, electric, or mechanical permits must be licensed with the Johnson County Contractor Licensing Program or Miami County Contractor Licensing Program.
- Payment is due after the permit is approved.
- Spring Hill has adopted the 2006 International Building Codes, the 2005 Electric Code, and the 2016 Spring Hill Zoning Ordinance.
A basic building permit is required for projects including, but not limited to, remodeling, finishing a basement, building a deck, or building an accessory/agricultural building.
Beekeeping is now allowed in certain zoning districts within the city limits.
To obtain a burn permit within the City of Spring Hill, please contact Fire District #1 of Johnson County at 913-592-3926.
Commercial Building Permit
All new building construction (commercial) requires the completion and submission of the City's building permit application.
With your completed application, you must submit documentation that all public utilities have been properly disconnected, proof of permission from the owner of the current location, approval for the abandonment of the sewage disposal system, and a satisfactory pre-demolition evaluation. Details are included in the application.
Driveway Approach Permit
A minimum depth of six inches is required for poured concrete. Driveways must be at least two feet from the property line.
Spring Hill has adopted the 2005 Electrical Code.
Before you dig, call the Kansas One-Call System at (800) 344-7233 to locate utilities.
A mechanical permit is required for the installation or replacement of furnaces, water heaters, and air conditioners.
Permanent Sign Permit
Pools, Hot Tubs, and Spas Permit
A permit is required for both new plumbing fixtures or drainage systems and repairs or alterations to the existing plumbing system.
Take note that three inspections are required during a reroofing project.
Sheds have maximum size of 120 square feet and maximum height of 12 feet measured from grade to the highest point of the shed.