Filers can find construction permit examples from county planning and development services websites, note the Boulder County and Snohomish County websites. The United States Environmental Protection Agency government website also offers examples for storm water pollution prevention plans, which may also be required as supplemental material when filing for a construction permit, notes EPA.gov.Continue Reading
County websites are a valuable resource for sample construction permits, as each county has its own set of filing requirements, state the Boulder County and Snohomish County websites. Construction permits are required for a large number of building activities including roads and driveways and for residential and commercial land use. To view samples and permit requirements, contractors should visit their county's planning and development services government website and review applicable permits, applications, forms and fees.
EPA.gov is another resource for construction permit examples, notes the agency's website. The site offers sample storm water pollution prevention plans that are required for sites that need National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System permit coverage. Some available resources to develop a storm water pollution inspection plan include inspection report templates, corrective action report forms and state guidance manuals. Other available resources on the website include construction industry compliance assistance programs, best practices, general permit requirements, planning guides and discharge mapping tools.Learn more about Real Estate