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Brick Paver Patio Permit Application 3/14/16 BRICK PAVER PATIO APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS The following is a guideline of requirements that need to be met along with the completed application. APPLICATION:  Complete application.  Submit (2) copies of plat of survey, indicating location and size of patio.  Check with your Homeowners Association regarding covenant restrictions.  Contact JULIE, INC. @ 1 (800) 892-0123 – Two (2) working days prior to digging to locate utilities.  Provide (2) copies of the installation requirements per manufacture. CODE REQUIREMENTS:  The patio cannot be placed inside any Easement.  The top surface of the brick pavers must be sloped away from the building.  Install per Manufacturers Installation.  If a retaining wall is going up along the patio it cannot alter the existing grading or drainage or be placed inside any easement. INSPECTION:  A Final placement inspection is required to check the location of the patio. PERMIT FEE: The permit fee is $40.00 for a patio permit; the fee is due at time of issuance. NOTE: If the permit is not picked up within 30 days of approval it will be VOIDED and you will have to reapply. 3/14/16 BRICK PAVER PATIO PERMIT APPLICATION ADDRESS: ____________________________________________________________ Zoning: ________ Subdivision: ___________________________________________ Flood Plain: Yes / No Estimated Value: $ __________________ OWNER/CONTRACTOR OWNER: __________________________________ CONTRACTOR: ____________________________ Street: ____________________________________ Street: ____________________________________ City, State, Zip: ____________________________ City, State, Zip: ____________________________ Phone: (____) _____________________________ Phone: (____) _____________________________ Fax: (____) ________________________________ Fax: (____) ________________________________ E-mail: ____________________________________ E-mail: ___________________________________ I hereby declare that the above and attached information is correct and agree, in consideration of and upon issuance of a Building & Use Permit, to do or allow to be done only such work herewith applied for, and that such premises and its existing and proposed buildings or structures shall be used or allowed to be used for only such purposes as are set forth above or other uses permitted in the district. ___________________________________ ______________________________________ (Owner’s Signature) (Contractor’s Signature) Issued By: _________________________________ Date: _________________________________ (Building Official) (Building Official) 14400 S. Coil Plus Drive, Plainfield, IL 60544 Phone (815) 439-2937 Fax (815) 609-6114 Web www.plainfield-il.org Recreational Fires Within the Village of Plainfield Recreational Fires must meet the following criteria for safety and code compliance with our adopted fire code. Section 307 of the 2015 International Fire Code pertains to open burning and recreational fires. Recreational fires and open burning shall be prohibited when atmospheric conditions or local circumstances make such fires hazardous, for example a “Red Flag Warning” from the National Weather Service. Recreational fires, for example campfires, shall not be conducted within 25 feet of a structure or combustible material. Examples of combustible materials include, but are not limited to, fences, trees, bushes, etc. The recreational fire pile size cannot exceed 3 feet in diameter and 2 feet in height. Recreational fires in approved containers shall not be located within 15 feet of a structure or combustible material. Examples of combustible materials include, but are not limited to, fences, trees, bushes, etc. Examples of approved containers include portable outdoor fireplaces, portable metal fire pits, stone enclosures and chimineas. All recreational fires shall be constantly attended until the fire is extinguished. A minimum of one portable fire extinguisher with at least a 4-A rating, or other approved fire extinguishing equipment such as sand, water barrel or garden hose shall be available for immediate use at all times during a recreational fire. All recreational fires shall be immediately extinguished if they are found to be offensive or objectionable because of smoke or odor emissions or when atmospheric conditions or local circumstances make such fires hazardous. Examples include, but are not limited to, instances where the smoke is causing a medical issue for a nearby resident(s) or when high winds make it hazardous to have a fire. The burning of garbage, building materials, landscape waste and leaves is not allowed. Recreational fires cannot be located within any easement and must be at least fifteen feet from your lot lines. Any recreational fire not in compliance with the above listed codes shall be immediately extinguished. Failure to comply with the adopted ordinance can result in tickets and fines. Complaints regarding recreational fires should be directed to the Plainfield Police Department while the fire is occurring at 815-436-2341. Additional questions or concerns about recreational fires should be directed to the Village of Plainfield Code Enforcement Division at 815-439-4806 or the Plainfield Fire Protection District at 815-436-5335. Additional Safety Precautions Use kindling to start your fire, never use an accelerant. Don’t overload your recreational fire; doing so can cause the fire to become too large and could cause burning logs to fall out of the fire. Ashes should be stored in a metal can with a lid, away from combustibles. Please keep children and pets at least 3 feet away from the recreational fire.