2. Securing the required outside inspections, plans, and letters.
3. Submitting the required documents with a completed permit application to the Building Inspection Division.
4. Building division review, approval and permit issuance.
5. Scheduling of inspection by applicant.
6. Job card final; upon completing required field inspections the job card is signed off and the City's records are updated showing compliance.
Once the required outside documentation has been submitted and approved, the Building Inspection Division can process your application in a few days.
3. Approvals from other City Departments, if required. The Building Inspection counter person can direct you to the proper departments for questions regarding additional approvals.
2. A contractor's letter of investigation certifying that the work is in compliance with the current codes being enforced by the City of Mountain View. This letter cannot be completed by the original contractor who did the work. The letter shall be on the contractor's letterhead and include the date of inspection, contractor's license number and contractor's signature. The letter shall be directed to the City of Mountain View, Building Inspection Division. The items listed above which do not require plans are only required to submit a letter of investigation.
3. Two copies of Title 24 Energy Calculations are required for additions of habitable space, both sets must be wet-signed by document author.
4. Approvals from other City Departments, if needed. The Building Inspection counter person can direct you to the proper departments to have your questions answered regarding additional approvals. Note: Residential construction involving significant structural changes may require verification by a licensed architect or engineer.