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Planning & Public Works

Posted on: November 29, 2022

New online permitting system feature makes it easier to identify needed inspections

A typical project can require several different inspections. 

A new feature in our online permitting system highlights the inspections typically required for the project being permitted. 

This feature will make it easier for applicants to select the appropriate inspections when they are ready to schedule them. 

Schedule your inspections

  • Log in at
  • Use “Permit Search” to look up the permit.
  • From the Application/Permit Information screen, click on the orange “I Want To…” dropdown and select “Schedule an Inspection.” 
  • In the Online Inspection Request window, enter the requested date, then choose the inspection type from the Inspection Type dropdown. The inspection types that are most likely needed for the project will be at the top of the list and have an asterisk in front of them.

Please note that an applicant can schedule any of the inspections listed. Inspections without an asterisk may be required depending on the scope of the project. The field inspector will work with the applicant to identify any missing inspections.

Here’s an example of the new feature.

Typical Inspections

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