|Permit Processing Center|
Permit Process Information:
All permit applications may be submitted at the Permit Processing counter. The counter is open from 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., Monday through Thursday and from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. on alternating Fridays.
Appointments can be made with our permit Counter Staff to discuss:
Please call our information line at (949) 724-6313 to arrange for an appointment. Please call at least 24 hours in advance.
Our Permit Processing staff assures that all applications are complete and reviewed by appropriate staff. Planning Section approval is required for building permits. The Code Coordination Office maintains contact with the applicant regarding project status and assessment of final fees. Upon final approval of an application, the Permit Processing staff verifies that all information is current and correct, collects all required outstanding fees, and issues the appropriate permits.
To further assist the public, we offer the following:
- Special queue for Homeowners. To simplify and expedite your visit to the City a special queue is dedicated to handling homeowner projects. Many simple projects may be permitted over the counter and some projects may be permitted via the mail. A receptionist is available to assist homeowners to this special queue. To determine whether your project requires a permit click here.
- Self-service re-submittal system. For more information, please visit the self-service area located in the Community Development reception area or call the Permit Processing Information Line at (949) 724-6470.
For more information on submittal documentation, please contact the Permit Processing Information Line at (949) 724-6313.
Plan check fees and deposits are payable at time of submittal. Plan check fees can be calculated prior to submittal via fax request to 949.724.6420
Effective 1/1/13 the City of Irvine will be using an updated valuation table. Permits that are not issued on or before December 31, 2012 must have their fees recalculated. The recalculated fees may be higher.
ON-LINE PERMITTING CLICK HERE!
Solar Photovoltaic Installations
NEW - No Fee Solar Permit
NEW -Development Fee Deferral Program-Residential and Commercial
Over the Counter Electric Vehicle Service Equipment (EVSE)
Over the Counter Residential PV Permit
Requirements of EPA's Lead-Based Renovation, Repair and Painting (RRP) Program
The Environmental Protection Agency has issued a rule, effective April 22, 2010, that requires contractors, property managers and others who disturb known or presumed lead-based paint to be certified. This is called Lead-Based Renovation, Repair and Painting Program or RRP. Generally, the rule applies to any work that disturbs painted surfaces in residential houses, apartments and child-occupied facilities like schools and daycare centers built before 1978. There are heavy fines for violating the RRP Rule. Please go to EPA’s web site at: http://www.epa.gov/lead/pubs/renovation.htm for further information.