When is a Certificate of Occupancy required?

A Certificate of Occupancy is required when 

1) A new building is constructed and occupied; 

2) An existing building or lease space is remodeled, enlarged, or altered; 

3) Any new use, tenant, or occupant is established; 

4) Any use, tenant, or occupant of any tenant or lease space is changed;

 5) Any tenant “name” or ownership is changed; 

6) There is change in use which would place the building or lease space in a different occupancy classification (group and/or division) as referenced in the International Building Code.

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1. Where is the Building Inspections, Permits, & Code Enforcement Department located and what are the hours of operations?
2. What forms of payment are accepted?
3. When is a permit required?
4. What is a Certificate of Occupancy?
5. When is a Certificate of Occupancy required?
6. Why is a Certificate of Occupancy needed?
7. Can a Certificate of Occupancy be revoked?
8. How long does the review process take on residential projects?
9. Can a permit be picked up without the general contractor or subcontractors being listed on the permit?
10. What construction can occur on property before issuance of a building permit, and when can dirt work commence on a project?
11. Is a permit required to occupy or use a building?
12. Can application be made for a building permit while the site is being platted or zoning is pending?
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