A total of 129 building permits were issued in Washington during the month of August, according to a report by the city’s building department.

Listed below is a breakdown of the projects, number of permits issued and estimated cost for those projects.

Commercial addition, one permit, $40,000;

Commercial alteration, three permits, $26,500;

Industrial alteration, one permit, $100,000;

Residential alteration, four permits, $778,260;

Municipal building, one permit, $7,000;

Commercial building, three permits, $16,697;

Deck, three permits, $9,400;

Electrical service, four permits, $4,925;

Fire sprinkler system, one permit, $1,800;

Fireworks, one permit, $10,000;

Garage, three permits, $22,500;

Grading, one permit, $75,000;

Commercial certificate of occupancy, nine permits;

Multi-family certificate of occupancy, 32 permits;

Single-family certificate of occupancy, 49 permits;

Two-family certificate of occupancy, seven permits;

Sign, four permits, $9,300;

Sewer lateral/repair, two permits, $10,250.

The total estimated cost of the projects is $411,632.

The municipal project is for an Eagle Scout project.

The new commercial projects include a hood suppression system, low voltage wiring and a security system in new buildings in the Phoenix Center II development.

There were no new residential permits in August.