Why are three sets of plans submitted for the permit application package?
Permit application drawings are submitted as "Issued for Construction." Following final review and approval, each set, as well as the permit application, is provided with signature approval by a Professional Engineer within the Town's Engineering Division. One set is returned to the Contractor, to be retained onsite during the project implementation period. The second set is filed with the Engineering Division. The third set is held and used by the Town's Engineering Inspectors for use during site inspections.

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1. Why are two sets of plans submitted for engineering design review?
2. Why are three sets of plans submitted for the permit application package?
3. Why do I need a Water Management District’s stamp and/or approval for engineering submittals to the Town?
4. As a homeowner, why do I have to get a Site Development Permit if I want to put fill on my own property?
5. As a homeowner, what must I submit to receive a Site Development Permit to put fill on my own property?
6. When is a Clearing and Grubbing Permit required?