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Occupancy Permits

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.

 

City of Milwaukee Department of Administration Director Sharon Robinson 


 M, W, TH, F 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM

 T 8:00 AM - noon


 Plan Exam & Permits, 809 N. Broadway, 1st Floor, Milwaukee, WI 53202


 414-286-8210


Email: DevelopmentCenterInfo@milwaukee.gov


 

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