Building Division InspectionsWhat You Need To Know About The City of Reedley's Building Inspections
When are inspections needed?
Other inspections may be required on particular jobs. These will be indicated on the approved plans and specifications, or the permit holder will be told of the by the Building Inspector.
When special inspections are specified on any particular project, in accordance with Section 306 of the Administrative Part of the Building Code, a qualified and approved special inspector is to be at the job site whenever work requiring special inspection is in progress. Such special inspector shall be pre-approved and registered with the Building Division of the City of Readily before inspections commence.
The new building cannot be occupied until a Certificate of Occupancy has been issued by the Building Official. This is normally issued after the project has passed a final inspection from the building inspector and cleared (in writing) from all other divisions (Planning, Public Works, Engineering, Fire Department, Community Services) within the City of Reedley.
After the project has been completed and has received final inspection, the building permit will be kept on file in the Building Division of the Community Development Department as evidence that the work has been completed according to appropriate codes and regulations.