Commercial / Industrial / Subdivision

Permit Information

Commercial Contractors wanting to build in the City of Owatonna can find all information needed to submit for a building permit. All information must be completed and submitted with the Building Permit Application to the Building Inspection Department. 

All of the following forms must be completed and included with the 2 sets of construction plans submitted to the Building Inspection Department for review. 

The Water Quality Specialist will review all grading plans to ensure that there is proper site drainage and that appropriate erosion and sediment controls are in place to prevent pollutants from leaving the construction site.

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Inspections

Contractors are responsible for scheduling the initial inspection with the Water Quality Specialist, prior to the start of construction, to verify the necessary stormwater pollution prevention best management practices are in place. Contractors are also responsible for scheduling the final inspection to verify proper stabilization exists following project completion (to be scheduled prior to final inspection with the Building Department).

Notice

Projects are required to submit an as-built drawing prior to permit close out and issuance of the Certificate of Occupancy.

Additional Assistance

Visit the Building Inspection Division's page for additional information regarding construction.