To be sure of what permit or documentation is required, you can view the county’s Permit Chart (PDF). This chart provides general guidance on what permits are required for each project.
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Please click the link to view the demonstration for the New Single-Family Residential Building Permit: Residential Building Permit Demonstration.
To find out information about Liens and how appoint one please click the link to the LiensNC website.
Yes, Plan Reviewers are available Monday through Friday from 8 am to 5 pm. To reach a reviewer, please call 910-798-7308.
A power release is processed and emailed to Duke/Piedmont following an approved inspection. Please allow 24 to 48 hours to process the release.
There are various reasons why a permit may be placed on hold, like an expired permit or additional information is needed.
If your permit is on hold, you can email the Customer Online Application & Services team to inquire. Please reference your permit number in the subject line.
Different permits have different requirements, so you will want to check the details listed on your permit application.
Once you access COAST and select the permit application you need, there will be a list of requirements. Any additional forms required will also be linked to the application.
If your permit has expired, please re-apply for your permit. Permits are not valid after expiration.
Please email the Customer Online Application & Services team to request a partial Certificate of Occupancy. Reference your permit number in the subject line.
There are a number of reasons other agencies may hold your permit. If your permit is on hold by CFPUA or the City of Wilmington, you can contact them directly at the numbers listed below:
File standards are a way to help with consistency when submitting plans and supporting documents.
Please see the Building Safety File Standards document for the file standards required for submittal: