Yes, if you own and occupy the house as your homestead. If the property where the work is to be done is either rental property or commercial property, you will need to hire a licensed and bonded electrician, plumber, or HVAC contractor.
No, you do not. There are maximum allowable heights in the front and rear yards, and special conditions for corner lots. Call this department for more information at (806)669-5740.
You need a permit only if you are removing the curb or replacing the approach area. An inspection must be done before any concrete is poured.
Yes, a permit is required. The new water heater is also inspected to ensure the safety of the installation.
If it is a 1-story, detached, residential accessory building with 120 feet or less of floor area, you do not need a building permit. Regardless of the size, all buildings must comply with setback requirements. Call Code Enforcement for information on the setback requirements or other questions.
Yes, you do need a permit. Please call (806)669-5740 for more information.
Water – 24 inches to top of the pipe
Gas – 18 inches to the top of the pipe
May be buried together in same ditch