Permits & Approvals Documents
To receive a permit, all discipline reviews and requirements from the previous steps must be completed. Once you have all of the needed documents, you can schedule an appointment for Permit Issuance (commonly called Stamp Out) by calling 619-446-5300.
Below is a checklist and links to documents you will need to complete and bring with you to your Permit Issuance appointment. Please note: Failure to bring the necessary completed documents may delay the issuance of your permit.
- 3 Sets of Plans
- 2 complete sets of plans with ALL stamps and approvals on them.
- 1 set of plans, with site and floor plans with no stamp required. This 3rd set of plans will be sent to the County Assessor's Office for assessment purposes.
- General Application (DS-3032)
Completed with ALL required signatures.
- Owner-Builder Form (DS-3042)
If a building, plumbing, mechanical, or electrical permit is issued to an owner-builder, a separate Owner-Builder Verification form (DS-3042) must be signed by the owner before the permit can be issued. Note: If the property owner will not be present at permit issuance to provide proof of identity, the property owner’s signature must be notarized.
- School Fees Compliance Proof
You need a Certificate of Compliance or a receipt from the respective school district prior to permit issuance. DSD Information Bulletin 146, School Fees, provides information about school fee requirements, how the fees are calculated, and how to pay school fees prior to permit issuance.
- Check for Permit Fees
Your check to cover Building Permit fees should be made out to: City Treasurer. At the end of your Permit Issuance appointment, you will be given an invoice. You can make your payment on the invoice at the Development Services Center Cashier's Booth located on the 3rd floor, near the building exit. This paid invoice will become your APPROVAL and valid Building Permit. Please note that a delay in paying your fee may delay your project schedule.
- The following documents will be requested at permit issuance ONLY if they were requested by any of your reviewers during the plan check process, such as the structural and/or Combination reviewers