Business Permits

Bridgewater Township requires permits for all building and remodeling projects.  If you have any questions regarding the permit application, please contact the Township Clerk.

When a building application is submitted to the Township, the Zoning Administrator will review the application for zoning approval.  Following this, the application will be submitted to Inspectron for a plan review (typically, a plan review will require 7-10 days).  When the permit has approval from zoning and a completed plan review, the Clerk will contact the applicant to pick up the permit.  All permit fees need to be paid for by cash or check when the permit is picked up.

Please note that permits shall become null and void if work is not commenced within 180 days of issuance or if work is suspended or abandoned for a period of 180 days after the time the work is commenced. 

Permit Forms

These permit application files are PDF documents that can be filled out on-line.  Complete the application, save it to your computer, and email it to:    bridgewaterpermits@gmail.com

These permit application files are PDF documents that can be filled out on-line.  Complete the application, save it to your computer, and email it to:    bridgewaterpermits@gmail.com

Inspections

If you need to contact the Building Official for scheduling an inspection of an on-going project, please contact :

Inspectron Inc.
Bridgewater Building Inspector

Phone: 651-322-6626
Email: bridgewaterpermits@gmail.com

Fee Schedule

View 2020 Fee Schedule

Please note, all costs incurred by the Township for processing requests will be borne by the applicant, including those for professional services, such as attorneys, engineers, planners, etc. An escrow to cover anticipated costs for such expenses will be required and must be paid in order for the application to be considered complete.

Fee Schedule

View 2020 Fee Schedule

Please note, all costs incurred by the Township for processing requests will be borne by the applicant, including those for professional services, such as attorneys, engineers, planners, etc. An escrow to cover anticipated costs for such expenses will be required and must be paid in order for the application to be considered complete.