A licensed contractor, the homeowner (if listed as the general contractor on the permit), a Master Trade Contractor, or official agents registered under the contractor can schedule an inspection. To assign an agent, complete the Inspection Agent Letter of Authorization
The permit holder is responsible for keeping a permit active by performing work towards completion of the permitted project by scheduling an inspection until all permits receive a "Final" status. The permit will expire if the work is completed and an inspection is not scheduled within 180 days.
Options for Scheduling an Inspection
Inspections requested before 6:00 a.m. will be scheduled for the same business day. Inspections requested after 6:00 a.m. will be scheduled for the following day.
(1) Schedule Inspections (see requirements below),
(2) Obtains status on inspections,
or (3) Cancel the Inspection.
Enter your IVR PIN.
Enter your ten-digit permit number.
Enter the three-digit inspection code.
Your required inspections and related Codes are noted on the printed Permit.
Note: Inspections are usually performed within 24 hours after scheduling, but an inspector's workload can delay a scheduled inspection until the next business day or 48 hours after scheduling.
How to contact your Inspector
If you have a question about your scheduled inspection, you may contact your inspector (View contact list below). Calls to an inspector may not be answered immediately because they are conducting an inspection or driving. When contacting your inspector, and he/she does not immediately answer, please consider one of the following options:
Send a Text Message
Send an E-Mail
Leave a Voicemail with your name, phone number, and purpose of call. Please note that voicemail boxes fill up quickly, therefore the above two options are the preferable method.