The Building Codes Department is responsible for the administration and enforcement of the provisions of the building, mechanical, and plumbing codes. The purpose of these codes is to provide minimum requirements to safeguard the public safety, health, and general welfare through affordability, structural strength, means of egress facilities, stability, sanitation, light and ventilation, energy conservation and safety to life and property from fire and other hazards attributed to the built environment.
The Codes Department reviews and issues all building, plumbing, and mechanical permits within the Town. The Department inspects all work performed associated with these issued permits. The Department also maintains all records associated with these permits and inspections. The Department is also charged with maintaining records of the Adequate Facilities Taxes and the Roadway Infrastructure Impact Fees paid to the Town. The Town of Nolensville has adopted to the 2018 I-Codes. Please visit core.tn.gov to obtain an electrical permit.
Permit Applications Please select the Permit Applications drop down at the bottom of this page to find the permit application you are looking for. Don't see what you need? Contact the Building Codes department for help.
If you are a homeowner that is applying for an additions/renovations or a deck permit, in lieu of a contractor please fill out these forms. Homeowner forms If applicable, we will need a copy of your HOA approval. Make a Payment Once you are registered, we will email you a link to our online payment portal. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
Please note: We will NO longer be accepting cash as a form of payment.
Inspections Follow the link below for information about the Town of Nolensville inspections and procedures. This page will help builders and residents navigate the inspection process. Inspections and Procedures IRC 2018 Checklist Building Codes Department 2021-2022 Accomplishments
• Established a residential checklist for all contractors • Developed a spreadsheet to track inspection results and statistics • Copied all archived construction plans from CD's into the Town's internal drive • Established virtual terminal to allow receipt via credit/debit card • Department vehicles were lettered for better identification in Town
Plans Examiner/Codes Inspector Chris Bridgewater Email