Requirements for Obtaining a Site Permit
A site permit is needed for work that is generally located out of the building pad or footprint. This includes all grading, paving, utility, detention, stormwater, landscaping, and screening that is located on public or private property.
This document explains the procedure for obtaining a Site Permit and scheduling of the mandatory pre-construction meeting with the Engineering Department Field Operations Group. It also provides a brief overview of other City and non-City permits that may be required for your project.
Other important aspects of the process:
- Once Plan Commission approves a plat, a Site Permit may be issued.
- At the conclusion of the pre-construction meeting, an applicant may obtain a site permit.
- While the Building Permit and Site Permit processes can run concurrently, a Site Permit must be obtained prior to issuance of a Building Permit.
- Plats must be filed with the County Clerk prior to issuance of a Building Permit.
- Public infrastructure improvements are inspected by the City. Refer to the Site Permit Construction Inspection document for record drawing (as-built) requirements in the final inspections checklist.