Permits are required to ensure the safety and welfare of the general public by enforcing structural, building, electrical, plumbing, and mechanical code regulations within the Town. Enforcement is achieved through plan review prior to the issuance of a permit and on-site inspections after permit issuance to verify compliance throughout the construction process.
Permits are required prior to the new construction, additions, alterations or repair of existing buildings and structures. Complete applications and payment of all fees are required in order for a permit to be issued.
For more information, please contact Town Hall.
Lantana Town Center (KROGER AREA) Building Permit Information
*Lantana Town Center is located in the corporate limits of the Town of Bartonville, however, through a Development Agreement, all permits (except for Food/Health/Alcohol) are overseen by the Denton County Fresh Water Supply District 6/7 located at 2650 FM 407 Suite 125, Bartonville, Texas 76226.
Food, Health and Alcohol permits for Lantana Town Center are handled through the Town of Bartonville.
Each general contractor, plumbing contractor, irrigation contractor, mechanical contractor, and electric contractor shall be required to maintain a registration with the town before performing any type of construction work regulated by the town construction regulations. No permit be shall issued to construct, refurbish, remodel or improve a building or structure within the corporate limits of the town without each contractor having first registered with the town.
An annual registration fee of $125 shall be required for all contractors, excepting master plumbers. Registration runs January 1st and ends at midnight on December 31st of the same year.
Ord. No. 546-13 2009 EDITION OF THE INTERNATIONAL BUILDING CODE
Ord. No. 547-13 2009 EDITION OF THE INTERNATIONAL RESIDENTIAL CODE
Ord. No. 548-13 2009 EDITION OF THE INTERNATIONAL MECHANICAL CODE
Ord. No. 549-13 2009 EDITION OF THE INTERNATIONAL PLUMBING CODE
Ord. No. 550-13 2009 EDITION OF THE INTERNATIONAL FUEL GAS CODE
Ord. No. 551-13 2009 EDITION OF THE INTERNATIONAL ENERGY CONSERVATION CODE
Ord. No. 552-13 2011 EDITION OF THE NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE
Ord. No. 572-14 2012 EDITION OF THE INTERNATIONAL FIRE CODE
- Accessory Building Packet (barns, stand-alone garages, workshops, etc)
- Backflow Test
- Business Certificate of Occupancy
- Commercial Building Packet (new structures and finish outs)
- Credit Card Authorization Form
- Fire Sprinkler Permit
- General Permit
- Manufactured Home (move-in or move-out)
- New Residence/Remodel/Addition Packet
- Pool/Spa Permit Application
- Residential Change of Occupancy Form
- Right-of-Way Permit (for public & private utilities, gas companies, etc)
- Septic Permit Application
- Sprinkler Permit Application
- Tree Removal Permit
- Utility Permit Application (electrical, mechanical or plumbing)
- Water Well Permit Application
NOTE: A grading and drainage plan approved by the Town Engineer is required on all new residences, additions, accessory structures, or commercial structures in excess of 1,500 sq ft.
To pay for a permit online please-- Click here
NOTE: You must call 817.693.5280 to obtain the bureau number to process payment.
FOOD WORKER TRAINING
Certified Food Manager
All restaurants are required to have a Certified Food Manager on duty at all times food is prepared or served. All Certified Food Managers need to be registered with the Town of Bartonville.
Certified Food Manager classes can be found through many community colleges in their adult continuing education program. These classes are also available online, but the student needs to be sure to understand the full process. Some classes are in two parts.
Online courses are available through:
In October of 2015, the Texas Food Establishment Rules (TFER) changed to require all food employees to take an accredited food handler course.
This will be enforced in September of 2016. The Town of Bartonville will not be requiring additional registration with the Town.
TFER defines a food employee as an individual working with unpackaged food, food equipment or utensils, or food-contact surfaces.
Exempt individuals include:
- Those who already have a Food Managers Card.
- Intellectually Challenged Individuals.
- Persons in a rehabilitation or correctional facility that work with food or food related items as part of their rehabilitation.
- Persons who aid in activities of daily living (such as nurses or certified nurse assistants).
- Persons who distribute pre-portioned food items in settings such as but not limited to classrooms, daycare facilities, and similar facilities.
- Volunteers, those individuals who work with food or food related items but are not employed by the food establishment.