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As a homeowner, you probably will have many questions about the building process as it happens. We have created a few links to pages within this website that will hopefully help answer some of the most common questions you will have and give you some insight into the building inspection side of the process.
Please visit any of the following links to help answer your questions. If you have further questions you can always contact your builder or our main office.
I am ready to build a new home. What do I do now?
The best way to get started is to choose a professional contractor. He or she should then be able to handle all the building inspection requirements for you and answer any questions that you have. Click Here to visit a link to “Tips For Hiring A Contractor” produced by the Federal Trade Commission.
There are many types of inspections that your builder will have to complete before you move into your new home. Click here to see what those inspections are. You may also hear your builder refer to the Uniform Dwelling Code. This is the state code that dictates many of the building requirements for your home and provides the basis for the inspections. For an explanation of the Uniform Dwelling Code, click here.
For additional answers to our most commonly asked questions, visit our FAQ.
Please click here to fill out our New Online Permit Application form.
Or, Download the fillable PDF Permit Application form.
Municipality Building Requirements & Contact Information:
* Setbacks must be verified before a building permit is issued.
Town of Hudson Setbacks
Dwellings and Attached Structures
Highway 35 —–> 150′ from center
Highway 12 —–> 150′ from center
County Roads —–> 133′ from center
Town Roads —–> 133′ from center
Subdivision Roads —–> 83′ from center
All Lot Lines —–> 25′
If rear lot line is a road use the same setback as above.
All Lot Lines —–> 10′ with 25′ between buildings
If side lot line is a road, use the same setbacks as above.
Same as above
All lot lines —–> 3′
If rear lot line is a road, use road setback.
All lot lines —–> 3′
If side lot line a road, use road setback.