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A SAC determination is required my Metropolitan Council Environmental Services which may result in additional fees. Please see the details on the application.
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Plans and all supporting documentation must also be uploaded into the iMS permit system.
Electronic signatures are acceptable.
Three (3) to four (4) weeks (worst-case scenario) first come, first served basis.
Two (2) weeks.
No. If so, what are the requirements? NA
No, however separate submittals and permits are required for plumbing, mechanical, fire suppression systems, and utilities as applicable. Electrical permits and inspections are through the MN State Board of Electricity. SAC is handled by the Met Council.
Yes. Two (2) sets of plans detailing the extent of the demolition are required when submitting for this permit.
No. General and all subcontractors need to be licensed before the City will issue the permit.
No just prior to issuing the permit.
See the City Contractor’s License Application, for details (form located on the web page).
Separate submittals and permits are required for plumbing, mechanical, fire sprinkler systems, and utilities as applicable. Electrical permits and inspections are handled by the MN State Board of Electricity.
Landlord approval is required at permit submittal for a demolition permit.
If there is a landlord permit, additional finish permits may be permitted, prior to the completion of the landlord work, even if the same subcontractors are being used.
Electrical permits and inspections are through the MN State Board of Electricity. Questions regarding low voltage work are to be directed to the MN State Board of Electricity.
No. Separate permits and submittals are through Fire (Community Standards).
Yes. A copy must also be uploaded into iMS system.
No. The application will need to be signed by the general contractor upon selection. An application will need to be submitted with the plans. This can be signed by the architect.
Not for tenant finish permits. For some projects going through a Planning Department site plan approval process, a portion of the plan review is collected.
Building permit fees are due at permit pick up.