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Sep 1st, 2022

On some occasions, inspectors are unable to close permits despite all of the permitted work having passed inspection; this can be due to a missing suite number or an incorrect address listed on the permit application. This is especially a problem when there are multiple permits pulled by multiple contractors at the same address, also causing issues for Inspectors when attempting to sign off on Certificates of Occupancy.

Aug 12th, 2022

Beginning January 1, 2022, we will begin enforcing the 2021 I-Codes and the 2020 National Electrical Code. To avoid project delays in the coming New Year due to partial or failed inspections, contractors from all fields should begin to familiarize themselves with these new codes. As is customary, there will be a six-month grace period, beginning January 1, 2022, to honor any work planned or done under the 2014/2015 Codes. Below are links to the new codes.

 

Dec 17th, 2021