Thursday, September 4, 2014 - UPDATED

On August 26, 2014 the City Council passed a Resolution to authorize the City Manager to waive inspection and permit fees for persons who have suffered earthquake damage. This lessens the burden on those who have a loss. The City will also set up a one-stop permit center to make processing as easy as possible. If you need to obtain a building permit for earthquake related damage or non-earthquake related repairs, please review the following helpful information. Click here to learn what to do if you property has been red tagged or yellow tagged for earthquake related damage.

Requesting A Building Permit (Before September 5, 2014)

If you would like to request a building permit on or before September 5, 2014, you may do so by visiting the Community Services Building (CSB) at 1600 First Street. Building permits for both earthquake related damage and non-earthquake related work may be obtained at this location. The inspection and permit fees have  been waived for those individuals who have suffered earthquake damage.

Requesting A Building Permit - Earthquake Damage (After September 5, 2014)

If you would like to request a building permit after September 5, 2014, and your permit is for earthquake related damage, you may do so by visiting the Local Assistance Center at 301 First Street (Silverado Trail & First Street). The inspection and permit fees have been waived for those individuals that have suffered earthquake damage.

Requesting A Building Permit - Non-Earthquake Damage (After September 5, 2014)

If you would like to request a building permit after September 5, 2014, you may do so by visiting the Community Services Building (CSB) at 1600 First Street. Building permits for both earthquake related damage and non-earthquake related work may be obtained at this location. The inspection and permit fees have  been waived for those individuals who have suffered earthquake damage.