Required for any construction project, including new builds, additions (like ADUs, or accessory dwelling units), and renovations. A building permit covers the construction, electrical, plumbing, and mechanical work.
Ensures that proposed construction complies with local zoning regulations, such as building height and setbacks, and is required before a building permit can be issued.
Required for projects involving excavation or filling of land, and covers issues related to soil stability, erosion control, and runoff management.
Required for the demolition of any structure. Covers issues related to safety, waste management, and environmental protection.
Required for any electrical work, including installation of new systems, upgrading existing systems, and making changes to electrical panels.
Required for any plumbing work, including installation of new systems, upgrading existing systems, and making changes to plumbing fixtures.
Required for any heating, ventilation, or air conditioning work, including installation of new systems, upgrading existing systems, and making changes to mechanical systems.
Required for projects that involve changes to land use, such as the conversion of a single-family home to a multi-unit property, or the construction of a new commercial building in a residential area.
Permit requirements can vary depending on the specific project and local regulations. It is always best to check with your local government agencies to determine the exact permits required for your project.
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