Rough or precise grading

For smaller residential additions or alterations, a grading permit or inspection is usually not required. Certain site conditions, however, may warrant the submittal of a grading plan for plan review, grading permit issuance and inspection approval before foundation work can commence. Soil and civil certifications also must be submitted and approved by the City prior to inspection approval of the footings or foundation.

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1. Drywall/Shower Wallboard/Tile backer Inspection
2. Electrical
3. Electrical Service Panel
4. Exterior Underground Gas Line
5. Final Inspection
6. Rough Inspections
7. Framing
8. Foundation
9. Insulation Inspection
10. Interior gas lines/release
11. Lath/wrap Inspection
12. Plumbing/Mechanical
13. Roof sheathing and shear
14. Rough or precise grading
15. Shower pan (poured in place)
16. Special Inspections
17. Subfloor Insulation
18. Subsoil plumbing (or underfloor)
19. Temporary power pole
20. Underfloor and frame Inspection