What we need from you
1. You and your project team
We will ask about:
- The property owner
- Professionals working on the project, like an architect, contractor, or engineer and their license number and expiration date
- Anyone else on the project team
2. Building location
We will ask you about your building site:
- Street address of project
- Block and lot number
Look up your block and lot number through our property information map using your street address.
Block and lot number are also called parcel. If a parcel number is 0000/111, then the block number is 0000 and the lot number is 111.
3. Project plan
We will ask you about your project plan including:
- Type of construction (See our construction type definitions)
- Dwelling units
- Stories of occupancy
- Basements and cellars
- Present use
- Occupancy class
- Estimated cost of project
- Project scope of work
You can also tell us your construction lender name, branch designation, and address.
4. Construction details
We will ask you if your project will:
- Add a driveway (also called an auto runway)
- Extend beyond the property line
- Use street space
- Use sub-sidewalk space
- Include electrical work
- Include plumbing work
- Create additional height or stories to the building
- Create a deck or horizontal extension to the building
For new construction, we will ask about:
- Size of lot
- Building location relative to nearby streets
- Other buildings on the lot
- Additional stories
If you are submitting addenda to a site permit originally submitted electronically, follow these instructions.
You will need to tell us about your worker’s compensation insurance and agree to our legal terms.