The city of Washington’s building department issued 151 permits in April, with estimated construction costs of $12.8 million.

That is 40 more permits that the number issued in the same month last year. In April 2017, the department issued 111 permits with total estimated construction costs of $4.4 million.

Listed below is a breakdown of the types of projects, number of permits issued and estimated construction costs for those projects:

Accessory building, one, $3,500;

Boundary adjustment, one;

Carnival, one, $5,000;

Commercial alteration, four, $130,000;

Commercial building, one, $1,000,000;

Deck, six, $107,990;

Demolition, one, $20,000;

Electrical service, 13, $18,200;

Fire sprinkler system, one, $2,148;

Commercial occupancy, nine;

Multifamily occupancy, 18;

Single-family occupancy, 56;

Two-family occupancy, six;

Preliminary plat, two;

Residential addition, one, $11,000;

Residential alteration, four, $101,500;

Single-family building, three, $530,000;

Single-family attached, eight, $2,769,000;

Sign, three, $83,590;

Special use, three;

Street excavation, three, $5,507.18;

Sewer/lateral repair, three, $9,252;

Variance, two; and

Retaining wall, one, $18,000.