Per the residential/non-commercial renovation/addition permit package:

Inspections are typically required to be completed in the following order: 

  1. Footing Inspection 
  2. Foundation Inspection 
  3. Plumbing Groundworks Inspection, if applicable 
  4. Slab Inspection, if applicable (Basement/Garage/Monolithic) 
  5. Drain Tile/Waterproofing Inspection, if applicable 
    *** All 3rd party inspections must be submitted before moving forward *** 
    *** If required, Foundation Survey must be submitted and approved before moving forward *** 
  6. Deck Footing/Framing Inspection, if applicable 
  7. Porch Framing Inspection, if applicable 
  8. Plumbing Inspection 
  9. Electrical Inspection 
  10. Mechanical Inspection (Duct Leakage Affidavit must be submitted before final inspection) 
  11. Framing Inspection 
  12. Inside Gas Inspection, if applicable 
    **Exterior propane tanks and lines require a separate permit** 
  13. Permanent Electrical Service Inspection 
    **Temporary power for home construction requires a separate permit** 
    *** Inspections 6-13 may be called in at the same time. *** 
  14. Insulation Inspection 
    *** If required, Setback Certification or Final Survey must be submitted and approved before moving forward *** 
  15. Final Building Inspection

  1. How to Schedule an Inspection

    Inspections must be scheduled through the Community Development Center. In addition to calling to schedule an inspection, the County has a software program that allows contractors and owners to request inspections on-line as well as view inspection results. This service helps get inspections scheduled more quickly and without needing to reach us over the busy phones. For more information, log into the Building Department website.

  2. For Every Inspection

    Your laminated building permit shall be posted in plain view of the right-of-way and the approved set of plans shall be on site. 

If using a 3rd party inspector, the following conditions apply: