When is my project complete?

The end result of the permitting process is the issuance of the Certificate of Completion. The Certificate of Completion is issued when all final inspections have been approved and the construction has been approved for use. It is sent to the applicant of the Building Permit. A Certificate of Occupancy is issued for new dwelling permits and non-residential permits.

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1. Where do I apply for a permit?
2. How can I check the status of my permit?
3. Why do I need a permit?
4. When is my project complete?
5. How can I obtain a Business License?
6. Do I need a permit for a fence?
7. Do I need a Building Permit to replace my deck if I’m replacing it with the same size deck?
8. How do I obtain an inspection?
9. How will I know if the inspection passed or failed?
10. If I purchase a pre-built shed that is delivered to my property, do I need a Building Permit since I’m not really building anything?
11. What do I have to show on my plot plan to submit for a Building Permit?
12. What are setbacks?
13. Do I need a permit for minor cosmetic work in my home?
14. Do I need a permit for an inflatable pool?
15. What type of plumbing work needs a plumbing permit?
16. What type of electrical work needs an electrical permit?
17. How do I obtain a Burning Permit?
18. Does my contractor need a home improvement license?