When you establish your business, church, agency, school or organization in a new or existing building, you need a Certificate of Occupancy before you open your doors. Certificates of Occupancy also are required for parking lots and commercial storage buildings. They are not required for one- and two-family homes unless an inspector has issued a “placard” or the house has been vacant for more than six months. Please use our new system - LMS - to complete the Occupancy Application.
Visit the Development Center at 809 N. Broadway to apply for occupancy, or submit your application by mail.