Building Inspection

BUILDING INSPECTION


Tax keys are required for all permit applications. Check http://tax.waukeshacounty.gov for the tax key.

Links to permits applications and fees can be found on the left side of this page.

Applicants Requesting Building Permit for NEW One & Two Family Dwellings

The Online Building Permit System was developed by the DOSS to allow municipalities to gain compliance with 2015 Act 211. The owner, builder, or agents shall complete the application form and the Online Building Permit System will route it to the enforcing jurisdiction.  Permit application data is used for statewide statistics on new one and two family dwellings, as well as for local code administration.  
           
Applicants must submit all required plans and data directly to the Town of Waukesha.  The plans, data and permit must be reviewed, and the approved permit fee must be paid before the permit is considered an issued permit.

To file a building permit for a new one & two family dwelling, access the Electronic Building Permit System provided by the Wisconsin Department of Safety and Professional Services, use the link below.

Electronic Building Permit System

Email your permit and all required documents to inspector@townofwaukesha.us.

Fees can be paid at the town hall, or mail to:
Building Inspector
W250S3567 Center Rd
Waukesha, WI 53189

  • JARED STAWICKI
    Town Building Inspector
    Office Hours: Tuesdays and Thursdays 8:30 a.m. to 10:00 a.m.
    inspector@townofwaukesha.us
    Cell: (262) 490-8270
  • To schedule an inspection, contact Jared directly.


The Building Inspector reviews building plans, collects building permit fees and conducts on-site inspections.

  • Enforce the town's building and inspection codes
  • Make on-site inspections to insure compliance and enforcement of the Zoning & Building Codes
  • Authorize orders to stop work when in violation of any town ordinance
  • Process applications, make all inspections and issue certificates of occupancy