What is required to get a residential occupancy permit?
To get a residential occupancy permit, you will need proof of ownership or authorization to occupy residential property form, a photo ID, birth certificates for children to show proof of relationship, a complete application, and the $40 fee.

*An inspection is required when there is a change in occupancy and/or ownership. The inspection must be requested by the property owner and a fee of $40 must be paid separate from the occupancy permit fee. The fee must be paid in person; cash, checks, money orders, debit or credit cards are accepted.

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1. Do I need an occupancy permit?
2. What is required to get a residential occupancy permit?
3. What is required to get a commercial occupancy permit?
4. What types of projects require a permit for my home?
5. What do I need and where do I go to get a permit?
6. How do I report a pothole or problem with my street?
7. What do City Inspectors look for during inspections?
8. How do I report issues with a tree that I think is in the public right-of-way?