Permit Center Temporarily Closed
In order to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and minimize infections, the Development Services Permit Center has been closed to walk in customers until further notice. We continue to accept permit applications and plans, and to provide all our services electronically. Our permitting process is completely paperless. You can submit applications, upload plans and pay permit fees online at MyBuildingPermit.
Why You Need a Permit
The purpose of a building permit is to ensure that construction projects are aligned with local, state and federal codes, ultimately ensuring that minimum safeguards for public and private health, safety and welfare are met. Learn more about when a building permit is required.
Land use permits are issued to approve land development, designs and uses for future building construction.
Utilities permits are required for water services, sewer and storm drainage connections and service upgrades.
Right of Way permits allow for work that affects public streets and property reserved for public utilities, sidewalks, bike paths and equestrian trails, as well as work adjoining public streets, such as residential driveways.
Projects that can require a permit include:
- Accessory Dwelling Unit
- Furnace or Water Heater Replacement
- Remodel with no structural work
- Tree Removal