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Yes, provided the site is platted, there is no pending zoning change, building plans are provided for building placement, and no engineering issues remain unresolved. A “foundation-only” permit is issued by Building Inspection.
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City Hall, 111 W. Lyndale Ave., Robinson, TX 76706, Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.Hours of inspections: Monday through Thursday 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.; Friday 8:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
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Permits will vary in cost according to type of application. Refer to the fee schedule section of our website by clicking here. (insert link https://www.robinsontexas.org/242/Fee-Schedule)
Permits are required when there is new construction to a building as well as some repair work or alterations to an existing structure. In addition, when a building is to be remodeled or enlarged, a permit is required. New work consists of any new construction, commercial or residential, from vacant ground to a completed new structure. Projects that are considered cosmetic, such as new wallpaper, carpet, paint, cabinets, or trim work do not require a permit. Please visit other areas of our web site or contact Building Inspection for any questions concerning your specific project.
Site grading is authorized with a permit from Building Inspection.
Yes, provided all applicable engineering issues are approved.
Yes. A pre-construction meeting is required for civil work, and these meetings are combined on building projects to address building permit topics.
Yes. However, the building permit will not be issued until all platting and zoning issues are approved.
Utilities for construction purposes may be released after permits are issued and installations are inspected by Building Inspection.
A Certificate of Occupancy, or C.O., is required for all buildings or structures that are occupied or used. When a tenant leases a new space, a C.O. will be required. Upon issuance of a C.O. and approval of all required inspections, utilities will be released with the new tenant’s name.
Yes. A new Certificate of Occupancy is required, and must be applied for through Building Inspection.
A partial or conditional Certificate of Occupancy may be issued by Building Inspection under certain conditions.