How should I prepare for an inspection?
  • Complete the work prior to inspection to avoid automatic reinspection correction.
  • Reviewed (stamped) plans must be available on site.
  • Have all necessary provisions in place to grant access to buildings or portions thereof.
  • Have a positive attitude! Our inspectors are here to identify issues and, in most cases, offer solutions. Your willingness to work with us on your project prevents delays, improves communication, and results in a project that meets your needs and will be part of what makes Cheney a safe place to live and work.

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1. When do I need a permit?
2. What do I need to apply for a permit?
3. How many sets of plans should I submit? Do I need an architect or engineer?
4. How long does it take to review plans for residential construction?
5. May I apply for a permit online? May I pay for a permit online?
6. How do I schedule an inspection?
7. How far ahead do I have to call to request the inspection?
8. Do I need to be present for the inspection?
9. What are the snow load and seismic design category for Cheney?
10. How long will it take to get my permit?
11. How long does it take to review plans for commercial construction?
12. How should I prepare for an inspection?
13. Does the City need to inspect work requiring special inspections? What is a special inspection?