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All single-family residential property that is for rent must be inspected and a permit obtained prior to occupancy.
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It shall be unlawful for any person, owner, corporation, or agent to occupy or permit the occupancy of any commercial, multi -family residential or single-family residential structure in the City without first obtaining an occupancy inspection and occupancy permit. The term "occupancy" shall include the movement of furniture, equipment or other property into said structure. (Section 505.040 Occupancy Permits)
A permit is required for many improvements, including:
The Planning and Zoning Department can assist you in finalizing your home improvement plan.