How do I obtain a Temporary Certificate of Occupancy?

The contractor must present a letter requesting the Temporary Certificate of Occupancy which specifies the exact portion of the building for which it is needed, the reason for the request, and the period of time for which it is requested. The letter must include the building permit number, and the address of the job. The area to be occupied must be totally completed; a floor plan may be required for specific areas. All fees due must be paid and all related holds must be released. Approval must be granted by all disciplines: Building, Electric, Mechanical, Plumbing, and Fire.

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1. How do I receive a refund?
2. How do I receive an extension?
3. For what types of construction do I need a permit?
4. When is a Certificate of Occupancy required?
5. How do I obtain pre-power approval?
6. How do I obtain a Temporary Certificate of Occupancy?
7. How can I get automated information about inspections or plan reviews?
8. Where can I find information about the new online permitting system?