Electrical permits can be applied for at the Isabella County Inspection Department Monday through Friday between 8:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. either through the secretarial staff or the inspectors.
To avoid delays in the processing of your permit application please be sure that it is filled out completely, including the correct property tax ID number.
The Electrical Inspector follows the 2015 Michigan Residential Code and the 2017 National Electrical Code.
Isabella County Electrical Inspector Jurisdiction
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Electrical Inspection FAQ
Anytime you install, enlarge, alter, repair, remove, convert or replace any electrical system an electrical permit and inspections are required.
Electrical permits are not required for minor repair work, including the replacement of lamps or the connection of approved portable electrical equipment to approved permanently installed receptacles.
A homeowner can apply for the permit and do the work themselves only on a home they currently occupy or are about to occupy (new construction). Commercial projects, apartments and rental units require an electrical contractor to apply for the permit and to also do the work.
Contact your local power company for the requirements for a disconnect and reconnect. An electrical permit and inspection is required though.
No, the coverage is very large for some companies and there are certain areas where a few feet can make the difference between which companies will service your property. You can contact the companies listed below and check with them:
- Tri County Electric Cooperative 1-800-848-9333
- Consumers Energy 1-989-466-4276
- Service: When meter base and panel is set and service is grounded.
- Rough: Prior to the installation of insulation and interior finish materials.
- Final: When all work is completed