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The authority to extend a general site development permit rests with the Development Engineering review engineer for the project. You must contact the review engineer to determine if your project is eligible for an extension (most are). If it is, the current annual inspection fee associated with the permit in question will need to be paid to have the permit extended for one year.
The normal life of a Residential Site Development Permit is two years. One year extensions may be granted on a case by case basis by contacting either the review engineer who approved your permit, or your assigned site development inspector, and paying the applicable permit extension fee (normally 25% of the original application fee).
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