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 Charlotte, NC 28202

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Commercial Projects
Commercial
 
Electronic Plan Review and Permitting Services - includes Multi-Family projects
 
Permits Only - These services are for customers who wish to pull permits that do not require plan review
Plan Review - These services are for projects that require plan review
  • CTAC - EPS(Commercial Technical Assistance Center - Electronic Plan Submittal) - Small project plan review that typically goes through our CTAC area now offers electronic plan review
  • Electronic Plan Review - Standard plan review which includes OnSchedule Review, Express Review, Mega Review and Revisions to Approved Plans

Land Development Service Agencies

Residential Projects
Residential
 
Electronic Plan Review and Permitting Services - Residences, Townhomes, Duplexes
 
Permits Only - These services are for customers who wish to pull permits that do not require plan review

Plan Review - These services are for projects that require plan review

  • RTAC- EPS (Residential Technical Assistance Center - Electronic Plan Submittal)- Residential electronic plan review 

Land Development Service Agencies

  • City of Charlotte Engineering and Property Management
  • Mecklenburg County Land Development (Late January 2012)
Mecklenburg County Code Enforcement is committed to the development of online services to support customers' work in an ever increasing electronic world. Currently, customers have the ability to apply for and receive permits through our online services, as well as the opportunity to have their construction drawings reviewed through electronic plan review.

In a further push to reduce the paper created by this department and to provide quicker, easier methods of interacting with this department, beginning July 1, 2011, customers who utilize the online services offered will see a benefit due to a more favorable fee schedule for these services.

As technology progresses and more tools are developed, Mecklenburg County Code Enforcement plans to modify our electronic process to integrate with Building Information Modeling projects.



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