How can I look up permit information on my property?

You can search our Building Permit database for permits applied for as of June 1998. If the structure was built prior to 1998 you might want to consider submitting a Record Search Application. There is a $20 non-refundable application fee which will pay for the first 45 minutes of research through older permit records. In accordance with State guidelines, our office does not keep residential plans beyond two years after the completed date of the project. We do keep plans for commercial projects. After the commercial project has been completed the plans are stored on microfilm. To view microfilmed plans that are available before deciding if you would like copies of plans, please submit a Record Search Application  and staff will contact you to set up an appointment time that will work for you.

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1. Why do I need a permit?
2. Who can apply for a permit?
3. What are my permit fees going to be?
4. Can I pay my fees online?
5. How long does it take to get a permit?
6. How long will my application remain active?
7. How long will my permit remain active?
8. Why do I need an erosion permit?
9. How can I look up permit information on my property?