Do I need to have my building plans reviewed?

All commercial building projects must be submitted for plan review before permits can be issued. 

Plans for 1 and 2 family dwelling are not generally required to be submitted for plans review, however a complete set of plans is required to be kept on the job site for the inspector’s reference during the project. This plan set is to be reflective of the project scope and the intent of the builder. 

For additional information on the plan submittal and review process, please review the information under the plan review tab above.

Information Packet for Commercial Projects (PDF).

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1. When is a permit required?
2. How much will my permit cost?
3. When does a permit expire?
4. How is my work inspected?
5. Which edition of the codes are you using?
6. Do I need to have my building plans reviewed?
7. When are sealed building plans required for construction projects?