Why should I get a permit?
Simply, it’s the Law. But a permit is much more than a regulatory procedure, it’s a service. A processed application identifies your property for a myriad of legal purposes. Utility service accounts are based on the information provided on application. The application process is a conduit to all agents necessary for the successful accomplishment of your project. The Land Development Services (LDS) office provides a clearing house for water and sewerage services, issuance of an address, arranging for a “percolation” test, installing driveway access, and protecting your investment and your life through building code compliance. The LDS office informs about every agency or utility that needs to be involved with your project with one concise application, saving you the effort.

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1. What do I need in order to apply for a Land Use Permit?
2. Which projects need a Land Use Permit?
3. Why should I get a permit?
4. When do I apply for a Land Use Permit?
5. Where do I apply for a Land Use Permit?
6. Can my permit application expire?
7. When and where do I pay for my permit?
8. What is the process for creating a building lot?