Addressing & Permits
Addresses are issued by the GIS Office to ensure the proper location and sequencing of numbers for tenant spaces or structures. Staff verifies the address and space location with the use of approved site plans, tenant layout and recorded plats. Address verification is the first step in obtaining a building permit issued under the correct address.
Unoccupied structures need addresses assigned for permitting purposes or emergency response. The address is not required to be posted. Examples of unoccupied structures are cell towers, retaining walls, electrical boxes, light meters, signs, utility rooms and many more. GIS will be your first stop in the development services processes to get your unoccupied structure address assigned.