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CANCELLATIONSWhere No Work Has Been Performed
In order to cancel a permit where the work has not been performed, the Permit Holder or Contractor must submit the Permit Cancellation Request Form to the Building Department.
Following the receipt of the form, the applicant will be contacted for scheduling of a field inspection to confirm that no work was performed. If the performance of the inspection determines that work was not performed, the permit will be cancelled.
Please be advised that requests will not be accepted if the required documentation is missing or in cases where work has commenced as evidenced by an inspection. In these cases, the work must be completed and mandatory inspection obtained.
In the unique instances where work has been removed or the work was superseded by another permit, the following must be submitted.
A letter from the permit holder certifying that the work was removed and superseded by another permit number (provide specific permit number). The letter must include the permit number, job address and a contact name and telephone number. If the contractor is no longer available or unwilling to submit the letter, the request can be made by the property owner.