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PHASED PERMITS

When a permit is issued for a construction phase or combinations of phases for a development project prior to the main permit being issued it is considered a phased permit.  An application (CDD-0200) for a phased permit may be submitted after the main permit submittal  has completed at least one cycle of plan review. .   Prior to the issuance of a phased permit, all  applicable fees shall be paid on both the phased permit and the main permit for the project.

Some examples of phased permits:

  • On-site development – rough-grading, retaining walls, underground work, lighting and paving (Note: a “grading only” scope is not considered a Phased Permit and may be submitted as a separate permit application)
  • New buildings and additions -  shoring, foundation work, structural or partition framing, rough mech/elec/plbg and structural or exterior demolition
  • Remodels or tenant improvements – structural or partition framing, rough mech/elec/plbg and structural or exterior demolition

For more information on this process, please contact Brad Marchetti.

 


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