Can I pull a permit for work done on my own property?
Yes! You can pull any permit for work done on your property. If you are having a contractor perform any portion of the work, we highly suggest having the contractor pull the permit. This way, we can hold them responsible for work done improperly. It is no faster or cheaper for a homeowner permit versus a contractor permit.

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1. What code is currently in effect for Macomb Township?
2. Can I pull a permit for work done on my own property?
3. Whom do I report a violation of my subdivision association rules to?
4. Where can I find current flood insurance rates/maps (FIRMs)?
5. I or my builder paid $2,000 bond for finish grading. When does that have to be completed and when is my money returned?
6. My sidewalk is cracked. Whom do I contact to fix it?
7. Whom do I direct concerns or questions about mold/mildew?
8. Do I need a permit to cut down a tree on my property?
9. How do I pay for my Building Permit?
10. Can I move boxes into my home before final approval?
11. Where do I obtain a copy of my homeowners association by-laws?
12. Can I get a permit for a shed, deck, pool, fence, etc., before my house has a final Certificate of Occupancy?
13. Do I need a building permit to replace my roof?
14. How long does it take to receive my permit once I apply?
15. Can I use a mortgage survey in place of a plot plan?
16. I have a vacant lot near me that is overgrown with weeds and standing water. Where do I go for help?
17. There is a home being built next door to me with debris all over. Whom do I call?
18. The streets in my subdivision are very dirty. Whom do I call to get them cleaned?
19. Can I fax or email my Building Permit application?
20. Where do I place my mailbox?