Starting Wednesday, June 3 the City will begin using a new 24x7 online permit system for all building permits (excluding pools). Applicants will be required to create an account (Residential Self Service customers already have an account), electronically fill out permit applications, submit plan review documents, and pay fees.
Fees: Many permits will now include a submittal fee. This is not an additional permit fee but is a non-refundable portion of the same building permit fee today. Contractors must be registered and up to date before most permits can be submitted. Verify the status of your contractor registration.
We are committed to providing all current and future citizens quality service related to development and code enforcement through the use of modern practices in engineering, architecture, public health, and quality assurance management with a team of people dedicated to professional excellence and customer satisfaction. We strive to accomplish these tasks efficiently, effectively, and with accountability to the community we serve.
When is a Permit Required
The best way to find out if you need a permit is to contact a Frisco Building Inspections representative. Discussing your plans with a representative, before beginning construction or making a modification, will determine whether you need a permit. Even if a permit is not needed, a representative will answer code questions and may provide valuable advice.