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All inspections are to be scheduled not less than 24 hours prior to the inspection date requested. All exposed construction materials should be brought up to applicable code requirements.

Rough Inspection is required before work is either closed or covered. Failure to obtain a rough inspection can result in the inspector requiring removal of any building materials or fill to allow the inspectors to observe the code requirements have been met.

Final Inspection is required upon completion of all work prior to the expiration of the permit. Failure to obtain a final inspection prior to the expiration of the permit can result in a violation penalty.

If multiple return inspections are required for the same code violation, a $25.00 fee will be charged per visit until the inspection is approved.

For electrical and plumbing inspections, a qualified person will need to be on the job during the inspection to answer any questions.

Inspection Checklist and Checklist Explanation

This sheet is only meant for inspections that pass, not failed inspections. This list is not meant to be comprehensive; inspectors may require addition inspections during the duration of the project. Remember to call minimum 24 hours in advance for an inspection; however we do not guarantee the 24 hours. Most inspections occur between 8:30 am and noon; we do not give a specific time for morning inspections.

Download the Inspection Checklist for Single Family Homes and Second Floor Additions

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