Lot Grading Permits

Any new residential or commercial development, or work being done to a parcel, that may alter the established drainage on the parcel, is required to obtain a lot grading permit prior to construction.

Residential Lot Grading Permits

Step 2: Approval

Residential lot grading applications are processed within five business days of the completed application form and lot grading plan being received.

Step 3: Construction

Depending on the work, additional City permits may be required. Once you have received all permits required for your project, you may begin construction. Below is the contact information you may need for groundwork and utilities.

Locating utility lines prior to disturbing the ground is the owner's responsibility.

Commercial Lot Grading Permits

Step 2: Approval

The turnaround time for a commercial lot grading permit depends on the size and complexity of the proposed development.

Step 3: Construction

Depending on the work, additional City permits may be required. Once you have received all permits required for your project, you may begin construction. Below is the contact information you may need for groundwork and utilities.

Locating utility lines prior to disturbing the ground is the owner's responsibility.