A Building Permit is needed for the installation of an interior perimeter foundation drainage system. The property owner or authorized agent (contractor) will need to make application prior to installation.
- Submit the following in person or via first class mail for review and approval:
- Completed and signed Building Permit Application (PDF)
- Completed Fee Schedule Worksheet.
- Residential Fee Worksheet (PDF)
- Two (2) copies of complete plans and specifications.
- Type of system to be installed with a sketch floor plan showing:
- Location and amount of perimeter drainage system to be installed
- Location of sump pits (new and existing) and any existing electrical panel(s)
- Location of any new or existing receptacles for sump power.
- New receptacles to be grounded, tamper resistant GFCI devices
- Existing receptacles to be grounded type receptacles
- Location of sump discharge piping that extends at least 5 feet from the foundation and at a point that does not create a nuisance to adjacent property lines, and no closer than 10 feet from the street right-of-way
- Two inspections are needed as part of a perimeter foundation drainage system.
- Pre-pour inspection once walls have been drilled, perimeter drain installed and prior to pouring concrete.
- Final inspection to verify any new electrical installations for sump pump power (if applicable) and for radon sealing of system if an active radon system is present.