When applying for a permit, documentation should be presented with your application detailing the nature and extent of the work, with sufficient clarity showing that the work will conform to the building code and all other laws, ordinances, rules, and regulations as determined by the Building Official. Please contact James Paquin, Building Official for the Town of Tolland if you have any other questions.
Building Permit Fees
***PLEASE NOTE: We will be transitioning to a new online permit system by June 29, 2020. Please call the office at (860) 871-3601 or email Megan at: [email protected] with any questions.
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Public Health Review by Eastern Highlands Health District - Many applications require a public health review. Please review the requirements and ask of if you have questions.
Contractor licenses are obtained through the State of Connecticut Department of Consumer Protection.Workers Compensation Waivers
Directions for Forms 7A-C
Form 7A – for the Sole Proprietor or Property Owner who WILL NOT act as General Contractor or Principal Employer
Form 7B – for the Sole Proprietor or Property Owner who WILL act as General Contractor or Principal Employer
Form 7C – for the General Contractor or Principal Employer who has chosen to be EXCLUDED from Coverage
A Special Events permit needs to be submitted 4 weeks prior to the event.
Special Event Permit Application
If food is to be prepared on site or food trucks will be present at the event, Eastern Highlands Health District should be contacted immediately to see if a Temporary Food License will be necessary. Follow link for EHHD contact information and Temporary Food Service Information: Eastern Highlands Health District