About Our Services
MISSION STATEMENT: "Ensuring a safe and sustainable built environment."
The Building Division provides plan checking, permit administration, and inspection services for new construction, additions, and remodels of residential and non-residential projects within the City of Concord.
- Building Code Enforcement
- C&D Waste Management
- Multi-Family Rental Inspection
- Permit Administration
- Plan Review
Building code enforcement
The Building Division is responsible for providing building code enforcement services to address substandard building conditions and violations of the City of Concord's Construction Codes. To learn more or to report potential building code violations, see our Building Code Enforcement page.
C&D Waste management
As of July 1, 2013 City of Concord mandates the use of GreenHalo for permit holders subject to the City's Waste Management provisions to track and submit their final C&D Waste Management reports.
For questions on use of GreenHalo, please contact GreenHalo Customer Service at 888-525-1301.
To learn more or contact the Waste Management Compliance Official see our C&D Waste Management Page
The Building Division provides inspection services for all residential and non-residential projects, including OSHPD-3 clinics and facilities. The division performs field inspections on all permits issued to verify compliance with local, state, and federal codes. To learn more or request an inspection see our Inspection Services page.
Multi-Family rental housing Inspection Program
On March 7, 2000, the Concord City Council adopted Ordinance Number 00-2 establishing the Multi-family Rental Dwelling Unit Inspection and Maintenance Code. The purpose of the ordinance is to proactively identify blighted and deteriorated housing stock and to ensure the rehabilitation or elimination of housing that does not meet minimum Building Code and Housing Code standards. In addition, the ordinance is intended to promote safety and further preserve and enhance the quality of life for residents of the City dwelling in multi-family units. To learn more about the program see our Multi-Family Rental Housing Inspection Program page.
Permit Center Technicians provide the following development review services related to building permits:
- Acceptance of permit applications and routing to all divisions
- Permit initialization and Issuance. Permits include, but are not limited to:
- Building Permits
- Mechanical, Electrical, Plumbing Permits
- Pool Permits
- Reroof Permits
- Solar Photovoltaic (PV) Permits
- Plan review of small residential projects
- Coordination Plan Review Comments from all divisions
- Fee collection and issuing refunds (e.g., security deposits)
- Records Management (imaging, researching, records requests, etc.)
- Respond to permit status inquiries and general questions about permit processes
To learn more about our permit services see the Permit Process Information page
The Building Division provides plan review services for all residential and non-residential projects, including OSHP-3 clinics and facilities. The Building Division is responsible for reviewing permit applications for compliance with all applicable local, state and federal building codes and regulations. These codes and standards include:
- Mechanical, Electrical, Plumbing
- Energy Efficiency
To learn more about plan review turn-around times, see the Plan Review Turn-Around Schedule