Audit and Appeals Procedure
Contractors Guide to the Self-Certification Process
Electrical Peer Review Certificate
Electronic Plan Review(EPR) Intake Process
Field Changes and Revisions Procedure
G&D, Landscape and Parking Lot Permit Application
G&D, Landscape and Parking Lot Submittal Checklist
Owner/Tenant Certification Statement
Permit Application (Commercial)
Permit Application (Residential)
Professional of Record Statement
Program Flow Chart Electronic Plan Review Process
Program Flow Chart Paper Submittal Process
Structural Peer Review Certificate
Water and Sewer Service Information Request Form
Water Sewer Service Application
Building Code Guidelines and Interpretations
Civil Information, including G&D and Stormwater Information
Compressed Gas Regulations
Dustproofing/Alternative Surfaces Request
Energy Compliance Certificate (Commercial)
Energy Compliance Certificate (Residential)
Environmental Responsibility and Certification
Parking, Tenant List Verification
Retention Basin Sideslopes Policy
*Revisions made to the following pages:
Pages 15-17 (Revisions to "Revisions section" both Voluntary and Mandatory for clarification of expectation of when plans need to be resubmitted)
For technical assistance with plan submittal, contact the appropriate staff.
Projects must obtain all planning, zoning, grading and drainage approvals and building code modifications as necessary prior to submitting your plans. Please refer to the Self-Certification Building Plan Submittal Checklist or the G&D, Landscape and Parking Lot Submittal Checklist as appropriate. The Self-Certification Intake Process is a source for more information.
A Structural Peer Review Certificate by a PDD-approved Structural Peer Reviewer is required for projects with structural scope of work.
Additional program requirements include: a hold-harmless letter signed by all registrants, a building owner/tenant indemnification letter, and a copy of the professional of record's certification of insurance.
The Planning & Development Department performs random and judgmental audits of self-certified projects as part of its audit process. Audits may be conducted prior to or after the issuance of the permit. The purpose of the audit is to verify compliance with the building code and measure the efficiency of the Self-Certification Program. For more information refer to the Audit and Appeals Procedure.