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A copy of the permit, which identifies the scope of work, is provided upon issuance. Ask your contractor to provide you the receipt documents and construction placard. The permit belongs to the owner. The placard must be displayed in a noticeable area to the Inspector.
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A Certificate of Occupancy or Certificate of Approval is issued to the owner upon completion of all inspections/priors. A copy may be requested.
To facilitate this change contact, Public Works at 856-235-3520, opt #2. The sanitary sewer system, water meter and sidewalks will need to be inspected before this change can occur. When selling or renting a property, you must also obtain a Certificate of Compliance from Moorestown Fire Prevention at https://www.bureauoffireprevention.com/certificate-of-smoke
The inspector will leave a receipt. There may be multiple inspectors depending on the project. Contact our office if further information is needed. You may also view the results on the public portal.
Contact Public Works at 856-235-3520, Option #2 for an inspection. The cost is $30.
The costs vary greatly, but usually it usually falls between 3% to 5% of the cost of work. The permit fees can be viewed on our website.
Inspections take place between 8:30 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. and the person providing access must be an adult. Remember, there may be multiple inspectors on the same day.
To apply, please go to the 2nd floor of Town Hall at the Community Development Office.
Yes, a list of exempt work in accordance with NJAC 5:23 -2.7 can be found on the NJ state DCA website under ordinary maintenance.
Yes, a list of current codes is available on the NJ state DCA website under current construction codes.