You will apply online at www.mygovernmentonline.org . (An account will need to be created. Once created, you will receive a call from 1-866-957-3764 to activate the account)
You will select Residential Remodel application and answer all questions. Then you will upload the following requirements in one PDF file:
- Official survey indicating building lines, placement of structures, flatwork, driveway, public utility easements and drainage easements.
- Site Plan shall be provided to show the location of the existing house and garage, along with showing where the required off-street new parking stalls are to be located. (Residential homes are required to provide two off street parking stalls behind the set back)
- Architectural scale drawing of the remodel which shows the following:
- Floor plan which indicates:
- Dimensions & identification of all rooms & spaces
- Location, size and types of all windows & doors
- Smoke and Carbon Monoxide detectors locations
- Roof framing plans indicating all beams, rafters, trusses & columns (if applicable)
- Floor framing plans indicating all joists, beams & columns (if applicable)
- Floor insulation: If the existing concrete slab serving as the garage floor does not provide adequate insulation for a heated space.
- Typical exterior & interior wall sections
- Exterior elevations showing the front, right, left & rear of structure
- Architectural drawing of any stairs, railings, interior walls, fireplaces, rock walls & retaining walls
- Electrical riser diagram, load calculations & panel location
- Plumbing riser diagram, and plumbing fixtures listed
- HVAC diagram and calculations
- 2015 International Energy Code Compliance report for attic insulation, wall insulation, windows, and exterior doors. Compliance can be shown by using the REScheck form that is available at energycodes.gov
- A clear distinction between existing construction, alterations to existing, and new work. Separate ‘existing’ and ‘proposed’ within the plans will make the distinction easier to review
Residential Plan Review:
Residential Plan Review is ten (10) to fourteen (14) business days from the time your application is accepted. Once the permit is issued you will receive notification via email from email@example.com and the amount of the permit.
Additional Permits may be required (Mechanical, Electrical, and Plumbing):
All applicable trades will obtain their permit under the main permit of the project once it has been issued.
*For any electrical, plumbing, or mechanical trade permits, you must be a registered contractor. If you are the homeowner and plan do to the work yourself, then a Homeowners Exempt Form must be submitted along with your permit application.
Inspections are conducted Monday thru Friday 8:00am to 3:30pm.
All inspections must be requested online at www.mygovernmentonline.org before 3:00pm for next business days in most cases. We do not accept inspection requests via telephone.
Inspectors are available for any questions you may have Monday thru Friday 3:30pm to 4:30pm or you can email them at any time.
Residential Certificate of Occupancy:
The City of Georgetown does not issue a Certificate of Occupancy for residential homes. The building final inspection serves as the Certificate of Occupancy. If you are the permit holder, you may print the building final report from your www.mygovernmentonline.org account.
How to use My Government Online:
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For My Government Online Tech Support – (866) 957-3764
Additional information needed specific to your project?
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General Permitting Questions:
For any questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org