What if I need a permit extension?
Any permit holder holding an unexpired permit shall have the right to apply for an extension of the time allowed to work under an existing permit so long as the request is submitted in writing to the Building Official and so long as good and satisfactory reasons for the request are provided. The Building Official may then extend the permit for a period not exceeding 180 days if there is reasonable cause.

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1. Do I have to hire a licensed contractor to do work on my own home?
2. How am I protected as a homeowner hiring a contractor?
3. Do I have to bring an older home up to current codes when remodeling?
4. What if I've made an alteration to my home without pulling a permit?
5. What if I need a permit extension?
6. Why would a Stop Work Order be issued?
7. Can the City waive a code requirement?