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///New and Remodel Permits

New and Remodel Permits

Five steps to obtain a new or remodel health permit:
  1. Application Packet
    1. Download the appropriate application packet online.
    2. Gather Required Documents as specified in the Minimum Requirements for Plan Submission.
    3. If you are unable to download the application online, call (702) 759-1258 or email foodrev@snhd.org to request an application. Staff will respond to voicemail messages and emails on a first come first served basis.
  1. Submission
    1. Electronic Submission (Preferred)
      Email the completed application packet with supporting documentation to foodrev@snhd.org. Some files may be too large and require an upload link. If this is the case, please email foodrev@snhd.org or call (702) 759-1258 to request a Large File Upload link which will allow you to submit large files securely.
    2. In-Person Submissions (by Appointment Only)
      If you are unable to submit your application electronically, an in-person appointment may be scheduled by calling (702) 759-1258.
  1. Plan Review
    1. Staff will confirm that the application packet is complete and all supporting documents, as specified in the Minimum Requirements for Submission, have been received.
    2. An appointment for a virtual plan review will be scheduled. At the appointment, an inspector will review the plans and contact the applicant via phone or email.
    3. After plans are reviewed, the inspector will email a report which will provide information about the status of the plans, any needed corrections, and next steps.
  1. Fees
    1. An invoice will be provided to you after plan review for the permit and plan review fees as specified in the EH Fee Schedule.
    2. Payment is due upon receipt and may be made online at EH Invoice.
    3. Fees are non-refundable; therefore, it is highly recommended that you apply for state and local business license(s), consult planning and zoning as needed, and research other applicable jurisdictional requirements prior to applying for a health permit.
  1. Field Inspections

    1. Two pre-permitting walkthroughs and one final permitting inspection may be scheduled for each permit. Contact the assigned inspector 2-3 weeks in advance to schedule field inspections. Expedited inspections are subject to additional fees, based on staff availability and are not guaranteed.
    2. Permit approval will be granted if all minimum requirements are met; therefore, it is recommended that you review the applicable regulation(s) which can be found on the Permits & Regulations
    3. Field appointments must be cancelled or rescheduled with a 24-hour notice. Failure to do so may result in a missed appointment fee.
    4. Final permitting inspections will not be scheduled if there are outstanding fees or pending waivers.

Contact Information

Phone: (702) 759-1258

 

Updated on: July 11, 2021

2021-07-11T13:34:29-07:00