Building / Inspections
The Building Division is our community resource for ensuring that safe building practices are followed through a multi-level approach to ensure public safety is a priority. City Inspectors are knowledgeable in current codes, city ordinances, and best-practice policies.
Required Building Permits
The Building Inspector reviews all plans and Building Permit Application in regard to city ordinances and the International Residential Council (IRC) for building, electrical, mechanical, plumbing (IPC), Fuel Gas Code.
Required Licensed Contractors
Electric, plumbing, mechanical and contractors, as well as those who install irrigation systems and backflow inspectors must be licensed by the State of Texas.
Certificate of Occupancy
Once buildings pass a final inspection and all life safety issues have been addressed, then a Certificate of Occupancy is issued.
Building / Inspections Updates
Attention Home Owners - For your protection be sure to obtain a final inspection from the City's Building Inspector before paying your contractor. This will ensure that your project is completed correctly.
Building Permit FeesClick the link below to create a cost estimate of your building permit.
city Ordinances pertaining to building:
- Ordinance 19-Building Code
- Ordinance 20-Electric Code
- Ordinance 13-Outdoor Buildings & Fences
- Ordinance 13-Setbacks