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Depending on the type of project, you may or may not need a licensed professional's involvement. Find out if your project does or doesn't by viewing the Building Design Authority bulletin (IB-024) (PDF).
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Current building codes can be viewed on the Current Building Codes page.
Most recent fees and charges can be viewed on the Fee Schedules page.
You can apply for permits and download permit cards and documents online at the Virtual Permit Center.
You can contact various staff members and resources through the Building Division Staff Directory.
You can apply for a New Address or Change in Address online at the Virtual Permit Center.
View the Work Requiring a Permit bulletin (IB-022) (PDF) to determine if your type of project needs a permit.
Contact outside agencies required for building permits through the Resource Directory.
Visit the HelloHousing website for more information on low-income rehabilitation.
If you are selling a residential dwelling building containing one through four dwelling units, you'll need to complete the Time of Sale Weatherization Disclosure Form (PDF).