Updates and Notices

NOTICE: Backflow Preventer Permits for Replacement of Fire Protection Backflow Preventers Require Approved Fire Permit 


Effective immediately new and replacement backflow preventers installed on fire protection systems require a Fire Protection System permit and a backflow prevention permit.  For additional information, please see the Backflow Preventer Permits for Replacement of Fire Protection Backflow Preventers Require Approved Fire Permit (PDF).

NOTICE: Plan Review Fee Collection (Effective 11/1/2017)


Effective 11/1/2017, CCC will implement a $150.00 fee to perform plan review and re-review(s) associated with received building permit applications to the City/County Inspections Department. Application fees are due once the building permit has been submitted to the City/County Inspections Department for review. In order to request CCC perform a plan review, a CCC Plan Review Request Form must be completed. For additional information, please see the the approved Plan Review Fee Collection – Letter to Industry.

NOTICE: Work Started Without Permit Fee


No person may commence or proceed with the installation of backflow preventer assemblies without first obtaining a Backflow Permit.  Due to the high volume of work started without permit, in order to offset the cost, the city will implement a double backflow permit fee on each backflow assembly that was installed prior to being issued a backflow permit. Effective January 1, 2017, a $200.00 backflow permit fee will be charged for a backflows installed prior to a permit being issued, required by the Department of Water Management Cross Connection Control (Part 15-116). For additional information, please see the Work Started Without Permit (PDF).


NOTICE: Re-Inspection Fee


Due to the high volume of re-inspections, in order to offset the cost, the city will implement a fee on each additional re-inspection trip required to close out a permit. Effective April 1, 2016, a $100.00 re-inspection fee will be charged for a re-inspection of a Backflow preventer permit, required by the Department of Water Management Cross Connection Control (Part 15-116). For additional information, please see the Re-Inspection Fee Notice (PDF).