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When do I apply for a Building and Safety Permit? PERMITS AND INSPECTIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THE FOLLOWING: New Attached or Detached Buildings and Structures (Residential and Non-Residential) with a floor area greater than 120 square feet* Tenant Improvements.
Contractors who violate the law are subject to disciplinary action by CSLB, including civil penalty assessments of up to $5,000 per violation, an order of correction that requires payment of permit fees and any assessed penalties imposed by the local building department, and suspension or revocation of the license.
San Bernardino County allows for 4' max chain link fence height in front and 6' max height in rear of the house, EXCEPT in "RC" (resource conservation) and "RL" (rural living) land-use zoning where you can go as tall as 5' tall in the front yard.
When do I apply for a Building and Safety Permit? PERMITS AND INSPECTIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THE FOLLOWING: New Attached or Detached Buildings and Structures (Residential and Non-Residential) with a floor area greater than 120 square feet* Tenant Improvements.
Walls and Fences\u2013Building A Wall and Fences Permit is required when a project requires to construct any masonry/retaining walls or chain link or iron fencing. Prior to starting construction you will be required to submit plans and any necessary supporting documentation for review and approval by the County.
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A Residential Accessory permit is required prior to any construction of residential accessory structures greater than 120 square feet.
A Residential Accessory permit is required prior to any construction of residential accessory structures greater than 120 square feet.
Walls and Fences\u2013Building A Wall and Fences Permit is required when a project requires to construct any masonry/retaining walls or chain link or iron fencing. Prior to starting construction you will be required to submit plans and any necessary supporting documentation for review and approval by the County.
Contractors who violate the law are subject to disciplinary action by CSLB, including civil penalty assessments of up to $5,000 per violation, an order of correction that requires payment of permit fees and any assessed penalties imposed by the local building department, and suspension or revocation of the license.
When is a Permit Required? A building permit is required for any residential deck that exceeds 200 square feet in area, when located more than 30 inches above grade at any point, when attached to a dwelling, or when it serves as the main exit door of the dwelling.

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