Do I need a permit for a concrete patio?
Yes, The City issues concrete permits for all flatwork concrete not covered by the building code. This is done to insure that the work drains properly and does not flood adjacent properties, has rat walls where required, and is the proper thickness.

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1. Do I have to pay for inspections separately?
2. Do I need a permit for a concrete patio?
3. Who is responsible for the public sidewalk in front of my house?
4. Do I need a permit to re-roof my home?
5. Can I rent my house to another person?
6. My neighbor is not mowing his grass or has trash on his lot. What do I do?
7. Do I need a City inspection before I sell my house?
8. Do fences require permits?
9. Does the City recommend contractors?
10. I want to open a business in the City or I am selling my business to another person. What do I need to do?
11. Can I replace all my basement windows with glass block?
12. Do I need a permit for a garage sale and can I put up signs?
13. Why do I need a permit?
14. When do I need a permit?
15. Who should apply for a permit?