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Permits


 

 

Various building projects require permits from the City of Iron Mountain.  Below is a partial list of permits and links to related regulations.

 

The following is a list of forms currently available for download:

Fence Permit (use zoning permit form)
Deck Permit (use zoning permit form)
Zoning Permit
Sign Permit
Zoning Variance*
Excavation
Land Division*
Special Use*
Variance Permit*

These forms and others can be downloaded from the Document Center in the PERMITS folder.

For current prices view the City Fees Listing also in the PERMITS folder linked above.

*Some permits may require special procedures and/or public hearings before being approved.

Garage/Rummage/Yard Sales
Just a reminder that while garage/yard sales do not require a permit they are still regulated by City Ordinance.  Garage sales, rummage sales, yard sales and similar activities may be conducted for no longer than three days and no more than two times per calendar year on the same property.

 

Contact Us


Zoning & Code Administrator

Steve Mulka 

501 S Stephenson Ave

Iron Mountain, MI 49801

 

(906) 774-8530 ext 223

(906) 774-3774 fax

 

Note New Hours

Hours and City Hall Closures

 

 

 

Quick links to related municipal code information:

Fence regulations (Sec. 74-419. Fences, walls and screens)
Sign regulations (Chapter 74 ZONING - ARTICLE VI SIGNS)
Deck regulations (Sec. 74-423. Permitted yard encroachments #(2))
R-1 Residential building setbacks (Sec. 74-215. Site development standards)
R-2 Residential building setbacks (Sec. 74-235. Site development standards)
Other district setbacks can be found under  Chapter 74 ZONING - ARTICLE III DISTRICT REGULATIONS.

 
ZONING VARIANCE APPROVAL
The Zoning Board of Appeals treats each variance request individually and approves or denies each variance request on its own merits.  Please note that fees are non-refundable regardless of outcome.  In order for the Zoning Board of Appeals to consider a variance, the applicant must satisfy the following conditions:

(1) Special conditions and circumstances exist such as exceptional narrowness, shallowness or shape, exceptional topographic conditions or other extraordinary situations which are peculiar to the land, structure or buildings involved and which are not generally applicable to other lands, structures or buildings in the same zoning district.

(2) That literal interpretation of the provisions of the Zoning Ordinance would deprive the applicant of property rights commonly enjoyed by other properties in the same zoning district.

(3) The condition or Situation of the piece of property, or the intended use of said property, for which the variance is sought, is not self-created and did not result from actions of the applicant, but is the result of unique circumstances to the property.

(4) Granting of the valiance requested will not be of substantial detriment to adjacent property, will not alter the essential character of the neighborhood, will not materially impair or damage the public interest or otherwise be detrimental to the general welfare of the City.

The variance application can be downloaded from the Document Center in the PERMITS folder.

Help Locating Property Lines
The City does not employ a licensed surveyor.  If you need to locate property lines you will need to call a local surveyor to help you.  For your convenience a link to a yellow pages search is here.

The City can not offer recommendations for any of the listed businesses. 



 

 

 


City Hall: 501 S Stephenson Ave. Iron Mountain, MI 49801
P: 906-774-8530 F: 906-774-3774 E:cityhall@cityofironmountain.com