The 2014 National Electrical Code and 2015 International Codes family were adopted and made effective on September 1, 2016. The Energy Conservation Code had the most impact with respect to more stringent requirements. The builder is now required to engage a certified 3rd party energy inspector and submit the two adopted energy forms by the NCTCOG:
1. The Energy Compliance Path Form is be required with submission of the residential permit and plan application;
2. The Energy Compliance Certificate Form is be required prior to final inspection of the residential project.
The ordinances adopting these individual codes are available on the Building Department's home page.
Storm Water Regulation
Storm Water Protection Measures were implemented for erosion/sedimentation control by the Town Council and the Town's Engineering Department effective January 28, 2013. The measures must be continuously maintained by the builder during the course of construction. If improper maintenance is observed, the job can be shut-down and citations issued for allowing mud/dirt/debris to leave the building site and/or being deposited on the Town's right-of-ways.
All permit and contractor registration fees must be paid before work can begin. You may pay ONLINE through your Contractor interface with MyGov, or in our office via cash, check, or credit card. Visa, MasterCard, and American Express are accepted. Effective October 1, 2017, all contractors who are required to obtain a permit, will also be required to register their company and pay the associated contractor registration fee. State Law prohibits a municipality from collecting a registration fee from Plumbing and Electrical contractors.
Registration & Permit Information
Please use our ONLINE Contractor Registration to allow for Online Project (permit) Application submission and online Inspection Requests from your contractor Log-in.