It will cost more to post a temporary sign, change zoning, register a junk yard and get a home occupation permit.
Danville-Boyle County Planning and Zoning Commission voted to raise fees Wednesday, some by more than double. The new fees will be charged beginning Monday.
Fees haven't been raised since 1996. Funds from local governments have not increased, but costs have.
"Every year we've squeezed it out, but this year there was just no way," P&Z Chairman Pete Coyle said. Raising fees "takes the burden off the taxpayer and puts it on the user."
The most common permits, signs and the minimum zoning permit fee, were doubled to $50.
Many permit prices have doubled, including those for demolition, sign and zoning. Most of the application submittal fees were raised 60 percent.