Please Follow the link below to apply for a Residential Building Permit
BUILDING PERMIT THROUGH STATE OF TENNESSEE
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2018 KEEP MCMINN BEAUTIFUL NATIVE TREE SALE
Sale Ends January 31, 2108
Trees: Red Maple, River Birch, Flowering Dogwood, Sweetbay Magnolia & American Chesnut.
Bushes/Shrubs: Blueberry, Fothergilla, Ninebark & Beauty Berry.
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VISIT OUR RECYCLING CENTER
The facilty is located off of Scott Avenue just west of Etowah City School. We are accepting all plastics, all metals, paper, cardboard, used Do-it-Yourself motor oil, latex paints, and many other recyclables. For more information click the Public Works Link.
PUBLIC MEETING NOTICE
In response to a dog bite incident that occurred in the City of Etowah on March 9, 2016 involving an animal defined by City Ordinance as a "pit bull," the City Administration will be implementing a more stringent dog registration policy. As a reminder: all dogs being kept within the city limits of Etowah must be registered at City Hall. From this point forward, all dogs which are not assigned a specific breed by the veterinarian at the time of the rabies vaccination must be brought to City Hall to be photographed at the time of registration. As a further reminder, all dogs that are of the breeds known as pit bulls, or mixed breed pit bulls, or present the appearance and characteristics of dogs classified as pit bulls and the like, are banned in the City of Etowah by Ordinance #732, passed on October 22, 2012.
In January 2015 the Etowah City Commission voted to approve Ordinance 765, thus creating the Etowah Design Review Commission. This new Commission is tasked to enforce a set of criteria called the Design Guidelines of the Heritage District of Historic Etowah. These Guidelines regulate All construction and improvements related to the exterior surfaces of buildings located within the Heritage District as described in the Guidelines. Click this link to download the Design Guidelines. CLICK HERE
An application for a Certificate of Design Compliance must be submitted before any Building Permits are issued, and any construction, renovation or demolition work may be performed to buildings in the Heritage District (Roughly the Downtown area - consult the map in the Guidelines). The application can be found after page 22 of the Guidelines, or, you may contact the Department of Community Development at: email@example.com to receive a copy by email.