Do my plans need to be signed and sealed?

Submitted surveys should be completed by a professional surveyor and include their stamp or seal. Engineering, architectural, and structural (foundation, floor, framing roof plan) plans require each sheet to be sealed, signed, and dated as required by the Texas Architectural and Engineering Practice Acts. Landscape plans must be prepared by a landscape architect or certified landscape professional.

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1. How do I apply for a permit?
2. How do I find the status of my permit application?
3. How long does it take for a permit application to be approved?
4. May I start work before my permit is issued?
5. Do my plans need to be signed and sealed?
6. What permits are required to increase the floor area, building height or build an extension to an existing building or structure?
7. What are the parking requirements for my business or residence?
8. Do I need a permit to install a fence?
9. Do I need a permit to install sprinklers?
10. What type of work is exempt from permitting?
11. I would like to host a Farmers market, Pop-up market, or a frequently occurring event, what types of permits are required?