Building Division

  1. SERVICES
  2. CURRENT BUILDING CODES

The Building Division has a crucial role in monitoring, overseeing, and ensuring the safety and compliance of construction and development within the City of Pasco.

Building Permits

Do I Need A Permit For My Project?

Permits are required on most construction projects throughout the City of Pasco to ensure quality, safety and building code standards are met. Additionally, Yard Sales and Special Events require permits.

How to Apply for a Permit

  1. CHOOSE A PROJECT TYPE: Residential or Commercial.
  2. APPLY FOR A PERMIT & submit required plans & documentation.
  3. REVIEW PROCESS: Residential permits have a 10 business day review process. Commercial permits have a 20 business day review process. Commercial Projects requiring multiple reviews have a 30 business day review process.
  4. PERMIT APPROVED or DENIED.
  5. PAY PERMIT FEES.
  6. SCHEDULE A FINAL INSPECTION when the project is complete.
  7. PERMIT FINALED once the final inspection is passed.

Please Note

Additional Resources

  1. B.MOHS

    Ben Mohs

    Plans Examiner

  1. J.MARTINEZ

    Jesus Martinez

    OTC Plans Examiner

  1. RESPARZA

    Raquel Esparza

    Lead Permit Coordinator

  1. J.PEREZ

    Josie Perez

    Permit Coordinator

  1. LPULIDO

    Lorena Pulido

    Permit Coordinator

  1. S.Rivas

    Silvano Rivas

    Permit Coordinator

  1. B.GUZMAN

    Balvina Guzman

    Temp Permit Coordinator

  1. Leslie Marmolejo

    Leslie Marmolejo

    Temp. Permit Coordinator

Building Inspection Services

Building Permit Inspections

Inspections are required on permitted construction throughout the City to ensure quality, safety and building code standards are met.

Business License Inspections

Business license inspections are required prior to the issuance of a City of Pasco business license or endorsement.

Fire Safety Inspections

Fire safety inspections are required for businesses &  multi-family units. Moderate hazard occupancy businesses are required to have biennial fire safety inspections. High hazard occupancy businesses are required to have annual fire safety inspections.

  1. C.BABKA

    Chris Babka

    Building Inspector

  1. S.ACOSTA

    Salvador Acosta

    Building Inspector

  1. G.SIMMONS

    Garret Simmons

    Fire Safety Inspector

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