Fill out the online permit application form. Include all licenses, cut sheets, and PDF plans. Payment can be delivered in person, mailed, or called in at (830) 221-4200. The plan review will not start until payment is received.
Why do I need a separate underground fire line permit if I have a CP?
Fire line permits are separate from the construction permits and must have a permit through the Fire Department. You must be registered with the State of Texas as an RME-G, or a Texas Professional Engineer (PE) who is qualified to design fire lines.
Call the building department at (830) 221-4060 and they will schedule a Pre-Development meeting.
Do I need to call the FD after requesting a final inspection with the Building department
Request the inspection through our website.
I am clearing a large lot for development, can I get a burn permit?
What is the hydrant spacing requirement for a new residential development?
Neighborhoods require that a hydrant be within 400 feet from all portions of a dwelling unit. Typically, NBFD suggests that hydrants be located at all intersections and we will allow some variation from the 400 feet requirement. Hydrants should not be at the end of a cul-de-sac.
Do I need a Knox Box for my business?
Yes, if your business has a fire alarm system. Learn more about Knox Box