Permits and Plans Exam
All building permits require two (2) complete sets of plans. A complete set of plans include:
- A site plan, drawn to scale.
- Building floor plans, drawn to scale, showing the proposed or existing space and any proposed alterations.
- Mechanical plans for new or altered heating, ventilation or air conditioning systems.
- Electrical plans for new or altered electrical systems.
- Plumbing plans for new or altered plumbing systems.
- Energy code compliance documents for new houses if alterations to the building envelope will be made.
Any new construction or additions outside the existing footprint of the house will require a certified copy of the property's recorded plat.
- Commercial Building Permits
- Residential Building Permits
- Plan Review Submission Instructions
- Urban Forestry Permit
- Grading Permit
- Door to Door
- Electric Fence Installations
- Garage Sales
- Holiday Vendor Permit
- Ground Transportation
- Mobile Food Vendor
- Special Events & Parades
- Street Permits
- Sidewalk Cafe
- Tent Permit
Permit Fee Schedules
- 2014 Fee Changes
- Platting, Zoning and Board of Adjustment
- Electrical and Sign
- Building Fee Estimator
Electrical, mechanical and plumbing fees include a Fee Estimation worksheet. You can estimate your building permit fees by selecting the Building Fee Estimator link. You will need to know the occupancy code for commercial construction permit fee estimates. For residential, occupancy code R is for the dwelling structure and occupancy code U is for garage, carport or other structure.