What if there are corrections, clarifications or changes?

The regulating permit authority will notify you when the initial plan review for your project is completed. If the plans cannot be approved as submitted, a list will be provided with the necessary corrections from all departments that reviewed your plans. Minor corrections can be made on the original plans submitted. However, if major changes are necessary, or if there are numerous corrections, you will be required to correct the base drawings and resubmit copies of the revised plans. Submitting thorough and complete plans initially will help avoid numerous revisions. When revised plans are submitted, they will be distributed to the departments that generated the initial corrections for subsequent review. Plans submitted for recheck will generally require less processing time than required for the initial check.

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1. What is required on a site plan?
2. Do I need to hire a professional?
3. Where can a customer get a site/plot plan?
4. When can I apply for a permit?
5. What is the review process? What happens next?
6. How long does it take to obtain a permit?
7. What if there are corrections, clarifications or changes?
8. When can the permit be issued?
9. Why is the permit process so complex?