Between 8:00 a.m. and 9:00 a.m., Monday through Friday and their telephone number is 513-695-1290.
Yes. The plan examiner can answer any questions you may have concerning your plans. An appointment should be made before meeting with a plans examiner.
8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday.
The County is growing and due to the large volume of permits, the plans are reviewed in the order that they come in. Residential plan review takes 5 -
7 business days and commercial plan review takes 14 days depending on its complexity.
Thermal resistance rating of insulation.
The Fire Department, the Warren County Combined Health District, the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency as well as County Zoning for the areas that
are covered under the Aquifer/Wellhead Protection Overlay Areas.
Bodily injury: $1,000,000; Property Damage: $1,000,000.
The County Engineer's Office - 513-695-3336.
Apply to the Regional Planning Commission - 513-695-1223
The Warren County Recorder's Office - 513-695-1382
They do lot splits, subdivisions, planned unit developments, land use maps, etc.
Yes. You also need to apply for a zoning permit to ensure proper setback requirements.
Yes, if over two hundred (200) square feet. To ensure the safety of the structure. You also need to apply for a zoning permit to ensure proper setback requirements.
Once you receive your "Certificate of Occupancy". This is issued once you have received final building/electrical/plumbing inspections.
Check with your local Zoning Inspector.
Yes, all commercial projects require a permit. If you are building a retaining wall for residential use and the wall is 4 feet or taller, you must obtain
a building permit. You also need zoning approval. Check with your local Zoning Inspector.
Yes, if it is a street with open ditch drainage. (No curb and gutter)
No. But if you live in a city call your local engineer
Yes, an electrical permit.
Only if you are putting in new trusses/rafters?