In order to obtain a permit, you must...
-Determine the zoning of the property to assure the proposed use is permitted by City code.
-Submit survey of property
-Show proposed building and/or addition
-Submit 2 sets of construction drawings
-Submit completed Building Permit application
-Pay Plan Review fee (if applicable)
-Submit Grading Application/Fee (if applicable)
-Submit Driveway Encroachment Permit (if applicable)
-Plans Reviewed by City staff
-Required changes to plans provided to applicant if necessary
-Revise plans submitted/reviewed/approved
-Impact fees paid
-Business license is required for all contractors (documentation is required)
-Building permit fee paid
-Required inspections (foundation, rough-in, and final-plus others as needed)
-Specialty permits applications for electrical, plumbing, and mechanical
-Fees assessed for each
-Business license is required for specialty contractors prior to permits being issued
-Once all work is completed and approved, a Certificate of Occupancy (CO) is issued (if applicable)
The process outlined is basic in nature. Commercial and multi-family projects generally require additional steps and/or documentation. Please call to discuss your project as soon as possible.
to download permit applications and a permit fee schedule.