Electrical Project Information
Electrical permits are needed for any installation, alteration, repair, relocation, replacement, or addition to any wiring, equipment, or fixtures associated with the electrical system.
Information for Homeowners
Homeowners who are doing their own work must own and occupy the residence, and the property cannot be used for any rental or daycare purposes.
Obtaining a Permit
To obtain an Electrical Permit you must be an electrical contractor licensed with the State of Minnesota or the owner of the property (single-family dwelling only).
Electrical Permit Information
Permits shall expire 12 months after issuance. Please remember to call for all required electrical inspections.
Electrical Permit Application Form
Download the Electrical Permit Application to be printed. Email to: firstname.lastname@example.org, or mail the completed application to the City.
Homeowner Residential Work Permit Certification Form
The Homeowner Residential Work Permit (PDF) must be submitted by homeowners doing their own work.
Electrical Permit Fees
For electrical fee information, see the Section 550 - Electrical Inspection Fee Schedule (PDF).
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- For residential electrical code information see the Residential Electrical Inspection Checklist (PDF).
- For questions on commercial projects, contact city Electrical Inspector at 320-255-7235 or Email Electrical Inspector
- For questions on residential projects, contact city Electrical Inspector at 320-650-3143 or Email Electrical / Heating Inspector