Online permitting FAQs

Quick Permits have been created to allow applicants ultimate flexibility in our CC LMS permit system. Apply online, pay online, print from your browser. No need to sit in traffic or drive down to the Permit Center to submit plans. All Quick Permits must be inspected.

Available for the following permits:

  • Residential Mechanical (MCH)
  • Residential Plumbing (PLM)
  • Residential Re-Roofing/Re-Siding/Window (RSW)

Yes. This will save you time and make the overall process quicker. With exception of Quick Permits, applicants will need to submit their application documents at the Permit Center before their permit is ‘accepted’.

Yes, training is available. Please visit our CC LMS Training page to view videos, see FAQs, and find out about training sessions.

All permits are now available online:

  • Building 
  • Fire 
  • Land Use Review 
  • Development Engineering 
  • Wetland/Habitat
  • Public Works Forestry
  • Public Works Development Inspection

Soon! We do not currently accept electronic plan uploads. All required application documents must be delivered to the Permit Center before your application can be formally accepted. Please email for an appointment.

Permits in our new Land Management System (CC LMS) will have a dash in the fourth position of the permit number, for example PLD-2019-12345. Use the CC LMS Land Use permit search page to find these permits.

If your permit number looks like PLD2018-12345, it will be in our old system, Tidemark. Use the search form below. Enter your permit number and press the "Get Status" button to check permit status.

If you don't know your permit number, you can use Maps Online and these instructions to find it.

Check out the Tidemark to LMS Crosswalk to see how old permit types were integrated to new permit types.

Use our Tidemark to CC LMS Crosswalk to determine the corresponding permit types between the two systems.