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Emergency Responder Radio Coverage Guideline with Example (CE1350)

Permitting and plan review guideline for EERC with example inspection report.

Last updated: 11/25/2019

Phased Construction Permitting Options (CE1098)

Options for phase construction permitting and plan review

Last updated: 10/08/2019

Convert Residence to Commercial Business (CE1106)

The Commercial Plan Review process will enable your building and improvement plans to be reviewed for Houston Construction Code compliance prior to issuance of a building permit. 

Last updated: 11/10/2021

Pedestrian Protection Permit Guideline (CE1124)

This guide outlines the permit and the plan review process associated with erecting scaffolding and other structures to serve as pedestrian protection during construction, repairs, and demolition projects.

Last updated: 01-01-2022

Guidelines for a Successful Mylar Walk Through

Guidelines for a successful mylar walk through.

Last updated: 12/6/2019 

Sidewalk and Roadway Obstructions and Impairments Ordinance Rules and Regulations

Summary of Sidewalk and Roadway Obstructions and Impairments Ordinance

Electric Vehicle Charging Station Permit Guideline (CE1256)

Permitting, plan review and inspection guidelines for electric vehicle charging station.

Last updated: 10/22/2019

Residential Site Improvement for Private Subdivision (CE1130)

In an attempt to reduce the number of plan submittals, the following items are required in the construction documents for all Residential Site Improvement projects.

Last updated: 10/15/2019

Residential Repairs Permit Guidelines (CE1058)

Guidelines for applying for a residential repairs permit. Residential repairs permits are required for repairs that involve only replacement of existing structural members and other building elements.

Last updated: 07/20/2020

Sprinkler Go-to-Work Permit Guideline (CE1260)

By state law, sprinkler plans must be designed by a licensed sprinkler contractor. Typically, the sprinkler contractor is selected by the general contractor after the construction documents have been submitted for permit or the building permit has been issued. As a result, sprinkler drawings are designed and submitted after the building plans are reviewed and construction has commenced.

Last updated: 01-01-2022