What is an over-the-counter permit?
Over-the-counter permits are permits that can be issued without the need for plan review. Some types of over-the-counter permits are: reroofs, water heater, furnace and A/C repair/replacements, electric service panel upgrades, and other miscellaneous repairs. For over-the-counter types of building permits, you may print out the permit application from the Forms Section of this website and fax it to our department for processing. You will need to appear in person to pay for the permit once you have received a call that it is ready to be issued.Forms and Permit Center

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1. When do you need a permit?
2. What requires a building permit?
3. What is an over-the-counter permit?
4. Do I need a permit to install a spa and hot tub?
5. Do I need a permit to rebuild or build a new deck?
6. When do I need to call for inspections after my permit has been issued?
7. Does dry rot repair require a permit?
8. Can I use the ceiling joist in the garage as a storage area by adding plywood?
9. How long does Plan Check take?