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Yes. If you are paying for your permits by credit card, you may pay online or in person. If you are paying by check or cash, you may pay in person or send your payment via mail.
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Yes. Effective June 1, 2014, all applications must be submitted via MyGovernmentOnline. Registration is free and easy! The Development Services Division can assist those that do not have ready access to a computer or would like a tutorial on how to navigate the site. Please bring a CD or flash drive with PDFs of your application materials with you. We are not equipped to scan hard copy files larger than 11 inches by 17 inches.
All inspections must be scheduled AND cancelled through the Customer Portal on MyGovernmentOnline. Inspections may not be scheduled via email or phone.
For applications submitted after June 1, 2014, you still need to post your permit at the job site. The inspector will have your permit information, plans, and inspection history on his mobile device.
For applications submitted before June 1, 2014, you will also still need to display the yellow permit placard.
Your inspection results can be emailed to you at the email address of your choosing. You may also choose to receive them by phone call, or you can log in to MyGovernmentOnline and view the results. For more information about MyGovernmentOnline.org please contact Ken Barnadyn, City Planner by calling 281-576-2213, x233.