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There are some projects that a homeowner may complete themselves such as a water heater replacement; patio cover; new concrete slab; and driveway repair/replacement. These scopes of work still require a permit and inspections. All other work requiring a permit requires a contractor.
Any person, firm, etc. engaged in the construction, demolition, repair, or renovation of any building, structure, swimming pool, or sign including fixates attached thereto is required to be registered with the city before doing such business in whole or in part. Contractor registration is annual and expires on June 30th of every year.
To register as a contractor, complete a contractor registration form (PDF) and submit a completed form and associated documents via email to Development Services - Permits.
Yes. The city encourages business owner's and property owner's contact information to be submitted or added to a permit record. As a business owner or property owner, you can access your permit record to view and follow the status related to your permit application. Please email Development Services for assistance in being added to a permit record.