When / how do I get occupancy of my building?
When all the work is completed the inspector will make a final inspection. If there are no further items to be resolved the inspector will sign off the permit. The permit, along with other construction documents will be placed in the permanent address file for your property. After all other agency inspections and clearances are completed, the utilities to your building are released and a certificate of occupancy is issued. Your building will then be ready for occupancy.

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1. Why do we have building codes?
2. What is the building code?
3. Who needs building codes?
4. Who uses the building code?
5. Why inspect during construction?
6. Which construction projects require engineered plans?
7. What is a building permit?
8. Which construction projects need building permits?
9. Why do I need a building permit?
10. Who is allowed to pull a building permit?
11. What is the building permit process?
12. What happens when I visit the Building and Safety Division?
13. What do I do next, after I receive my building permit?
14. How do I arrange for building inspections?
15. When / how do I get occupancy of my building?
16. Should I hire a contractor?