Plan Reviews : Extension, Expiration & Renewal
Dept/Div. Contact: Building Safety -
Description: Generally, Plan Review
applications are valid for 180 from the date of the
application. Within this time frame you can obtain a
building permit or, if you run out of time, a request for an
extension by the
applicant showing that circumstances beyond the control of
the applicant have prevented action from being taken.
Information: When a Plan Review extension has been approved prior to expiration of the plan check, the
approval shall be considered valid for an additional 180
Only one extension may be issued.
When all inspections other than final inspections
for all trades are completed a new permit to final
the expired permit may be issued to allow final
inspections and issuance of a certificate of
occupancy if appropriate. The final inspection will
be performed using the same uniform building codes
under which the permits were issued and the
associated original approved plans. A minimum permit
for each required trade must be issued.
If inspections other than finals have not been
approved then a new permit must be obtained for the
scope of work to be completed. If new codes have
been adopted, revised plans that comply with the
current codes must be submitted for plan review that
cover the work to be completed. The plan review fee
assessed will be based on the hours required for
review with a minimum review fee assessed. All work
that has not been inspected must comply with the
current codes. Permit fees assessed to final
projects in this category are as follows:
Building permits will be assessed based on the
valuation of construction to be completed, with a
minimum of one hour of inspection time assessed.
Sub-trade permits will be assessed based on number of
required inspection remaining, with a minimum of one
In order to obtain a new permit the current status of the
expired permit must be determined. To determine current
status, the expired permit, all inspection notices and the
approved plans (if applicable) must be available for review.
Contact our Building Safety Division at (209) 577-5232.
This page was updated on: Sunday, January 27, 2008 6:48:32 PM