Apartment Project Review Request
Permitting for a newly constructed apartment community requires an initial review by a permit coordinator.
Non-Residential Alteration Permit
The alteration and/or renovation of a non residential space that is currently occupied by an existing tenant
Non-Residential Antenna Permit
Alterations to an existing cell tower. An Antenna is a device used for transmitting, receiving, and supporting cellular telecommunications or personal communications service.
Non-Residential Celltower Permit
A tower constructed for or an existing structure that has been adapted for the location of transmission antennae or related equipment to be used in the provision of telecommunications services or personal communications services.
Non-Residential Demolition Permit
Interior/exterior complete and/or partial demolition of a non residential structure.
Non-Residential Foundation Permit
A permit that allows construction of a non-residential foundation up to grade.
Non-Residential New Structure, Addition, Accessory Structure Permit
The complete or partial construction of a non-residential structure.
Non-Residential Retaining Wall Permit
A retaining wall is a structure designed and constructed to resist the lateral pressure of soil. A permit is required for all retaining walls 24”+ in height. Retaining walls can also be used as a form of landscape decor.
Non-Residential Shell Permit
A shell is a base building with minimum fixtures that allows tenants to build out the space to better fit their needs.
Non-Residential Solar Permit
Installation of solar cells to convert sunlight into electricity. A solar panel is a collection of solar cells.
Non-Residential Swimming Pool / Spa Permit
A swimming pool or spa for public use. Operation and maintenance are provided by a private management company.
Non-Residential Tenant Improvement Permit
An improvement which specifies the authorized occupant, use, and classification of the non residential space.
Non-Residential Whitebox Permit
The improvement of empty non-residential space for future tenant use.
Pier Bulkhead Revetment Work Permit
A permit is required for the construction/installation of non residential piers, bulkheads, stone revetment, and beach replenishment.
Any public displayed information that is presented in the form of words, symbols, and/or pictures. It is designed to advertise a business.
Temporary Tent Permit
Temporary shelter structure used for special events, fairs, weddings, etc.
Temporary Trailer Permit
A structure (trailer) used to accommodate temporary offices during construction.
Non Residential Permits
Building permits ensure minimum standards to safeguard life, health, property and the public welfare by regulating the design, construction, quality of materials and use of buildings and structures; and to protect the environment.
For questions about a particular code, please refer to the applicable code or ordinance for more detailed and accurate information.