Can I pull a homeowners permit?

A homeowners permit can be pulled for general construction such as roofs, decks, siding, concrete etc. All other trade permits must be pulled for electrical (except power restoration), plumbing, HVAC, and fire by licensed contractors. The homeowner who obtains their own permit is considered the contractor for the project and is responsible for making sure that all work is in compliance with applicable codes and ordinances and that all inspections are scheduled before work is concealed. All subcontractors must be registered with the city.

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1. Do I need a permit?
2. Can I pull a homeowners permit?
3. Can the city help me find a contractor?
4. How long is a permit valid?
5. What if I am not happy with my contractor?
6. If I fire my contractor, do I have to pull new permits?
7. How do I schedule an inspection?
8. Does the city require Residential Rental Inspections?
9. Does the city require a Rental Registration?
10. Does the city require a Commercial Rental Inspection?
11. Can I operate a business out of my home?
12. Does the city require Point of Sale Inspections?
13. Does the city require an escrow hold?
14. Can I get a citation if my grass is too high?
15. Can I park a trailer or recreational vehicle in my driveway?