Does my permit application expire if not issued?

A permit application will become null and void 60 calendar days after the last notification that a review has been done, if no action is taken as in new documentation being submitted or having the permit issued. If the application does expire, the Process fee is non-refundable and would be required to be paid again.

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1. When do I need a building permit?
2. As a contractor, what documents are required to register with the city?
3. Can I apply for an Owner-Builder Permit?
4. Do I need approval from my Homeowner’s Association (HOA)?
5. Do I need to install smoke detectors in my existing house when doing an addition?
6. Do I need a permit to replace/repair my fence with the same fence?
7. Does my Building Permit expire?
8. Does my permit application expire if not issued?
9. How do I make changes to my permit while it is still under review?
10. Do my plans need to be signed and sealed by an Architect/Engineer?
11. How many copies are required?
12. When do I need a tree permit?
13. What documents do I need to obtain a permit for additions/renovations?
14. Do I need a permit to do landscaping?
15. Do I have to display my permit card?
16. What is the purpose of the Notice of Commencement form?