Electrical permits are required for all permanent wiring installed in buildings and structures and are issued for work to be completed as listed on the electrical permit application. No electrical work should be started without a permit. You cannot schedule an electrical inspection without an Electrical Permit. For more information, contact Chief Electrical Inspector Mike Bressler.
Electrical Plan Review
An Electrical plan review is required for industrial and commercial installations, and also residential, if residential services are over 400 amps. Please provide a complete site plan drawn to scale, showing property lines, streets and alleys, proposed building location and any other structures on site. Show the location of Lower Valley’s transformer and service equipment.
Provide floor plans, drawn to scale with room dimensions and identify all rooms and their uses. A complete set of electrical plans will include one line diagram showing the following:
- Classification of hazardous areas
- Emergency systems
- Grounding electrodes
- Loading calculations
- Location of all electrical equipment and devices
- Panel schedules
- Panels and feeders
- Short circuit current rating at the service equipment
Qualification of Installer
Qualifications include any work requiring an electrical permit and inspection as defined in this code shall be installed by a licensed Electrical contractor with a valid State of Wyoming and Town of Jackson Contractor’s License.
A homeowner who constructs, alters or repairs their own residence that they occupy, including accessory buildings may do so without a contractor’s license.
Electrical Permit Application
Permit applications cannot be submitted via email/online or paid for by phone.
2017 NFPA 70: National Electric Code