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Once the permitted project is complete request a final inspection by calling 757-933-2311. After the inspector has performed the final inspection and the work was found to be acceptable, they will close the permit. This step is important, because the surety will not be released until the permit is closed. To request a surety release, a letter or email must be sent to the Development Services Permit office requesting that the specific surety be released/refunded. The surety number, dollar amount and the related permit number must be included in the letter or email. Allow approximately 2 weeks for the request to be processed and the surety to be returned/refunded.
The Development Services Permit office hours are Monday-Friday, 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM excluding city-observed holidays.
The Residential Parking Permit Program (RPPP) is a resident initiated on-street restricted parking program designed to eliminate overflow vehicles parked on specific street(s) unless they are legally registered to a resident of said street(s). For information regarding the program and how to secure a parking placard, please visit our Residential Parking Permit Program page.
Most permit applications will list the items that are required to be submitted. Please visit our Development Services Permits page for more information and links to permit applications. If you have any questions, please contact the Permit office at firstname.lastname@example.org or 757-933-2311.