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When does a permit expire?
Once a permit is issued, it is valid for a period of one year. Work must begin on the permit within 90 days of issuance. If work is started but not completed and the project is not progressing for a period of 45 days the permit becomes void. Where work under the permit has started and construction activity has stopped for a continuous period of 45 days, all rights under that permit is terminated. As such, the fee is forfeited and it becomes part of the general fund.

Building Inspections & Permits

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1. What work requires a permit?
2. Why do I need a permit?
3. When does a permit expire?
4. Which contractors need insurance, bond and licenses?
5. Do I need a permit to put a new roof on my home?
6. Do I need a permit to install siding on my home?
7. Do I need a permit for a temporary sign?
8. What are the regulations for signs?
9. Do I need a permit to put replace windows or doors on my home?
10. If I do any work to my home, will my property taxes be increased?
11. When am I obligated to contact JULIE?