When will my permit expire?

A building permit is valid for 365 days after it is issued. 

Once a permit has expired you may be required to begin the permit process from the beginning, possibly update plans to current code requirements and pay the applicable fees again. The request and affidavit are then sent to the architect, engineer, and owner. Upon receipt of a signed authorization from the architect, engineer, and owner the plans may be duplicated. If no response is received in 30 days, the plans may be duplicated.

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1. Do I need an appointment to submit my plans?
2. How do I request a building inspection?
3. Does someone need to be present at the job site for the inspection?
4. What is required for Plan Review submittal?
5. How do I know if my inspection was approved?
6. If I have a problem or question, when can I talk to my Inspector?
7. How do I get a Certificate of Occupancy?
8. How do I apply for a building permit?
9. Do I need a permit to replace my water heater?
10. Do I need a permit to replace my wood fence?
11. Do I need a permit to build a short retaining wall or planter wall?
12. When will my permit expire?
13. Can I review permit and plan records for my property?
14. Do I need a building permit for a storage shed?
15. What are the hours of inspection?
16. What time will my inspector show up?
17. Can I get an inspection without a city issued permit?
18. What do I need when my inspector shows up for my inspection?
19. How do I get a copy of plans and or past permits?