What is a certificate of compliance?
A Certificate of Compliance is issued for additions and alterations to buildings not normally requiring a Certificate of Occupancy. Examples would be decks, additions, and alterations to buildings that do not change the use. A Certificate of Compliance should be obtained for all work under a building permit. It is the owners guarantee that the work was done properly and inspected by this department.

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1. When is a Certificate of Occupancy (C/O) required?
2. What is required for a C/O?
3. How do I obtain a C/O for an existing building?
4. What does the inspection cost?
5. What is the cost for a C/O on a new building or alteration?
6. What if the project cannot be totally finished in time?
7. What is a certificate of compliance?