What are the Building Plan Check Fees?

City engineers and planners will review the plans submitted with a permit application. This may result in design changes to comply with City and California regulations. The amount of time required for plan check depends on the size and complexity of the project.

Plan check fees prior to issuance of each type of permit are as follows:

  • Building Plan Check at 65% of Building Permit fee
  • Mechanical Plan Check at 25% of Mechanical Permit fee
  • Electrical Plan Check at 50% of Electrical Permit fee
  • Plumbing Plan Check at 65% of Plumbing Permit fee

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1. When is a permit needed?
2. What types of permits can I apply for?
3. Who can obtain a construction permit?
4. What are the Building Permit Fees?
5. What are the Building Plan Check Fees?
6. How many sets of plans do I submit?
7. What size plan page can I submit?
8. Can I download a permit application?
9. What is your plan check turnaround time?
10. Can I submit for plan check or check plan status online?
11. Can I check submittal status via email?
12. What are your design criteria?
13. What building codes are you using?
14. Does the City require an authorization letter?
15. Do contractors need a business license?
16. Do I need Title 24 energy calculations?