Scheduling and Viewing Inspections
CityView the City's online portal will allow you to schedule inspections, view inspection reports, view plan review documents, and will provide general project information. Visit the City Portal, click on "Building Department Status and Fees", and type in the permit number or address in the search field.
Building Permit Inspection Process
Upon issuance of a building permit, certain inspections are required so that compliance with the building code may be verified. This is done for the safety of the people who will be occupying or otherwise using the structure or space once it is completed.
City Inspectors will make both routine and required inspections during the construction process.
Erosion and Sediment Control Standards for Single Family Residential Construction
Utility Release Information
Code Modification Request
These links contain information that will help you construct your project under the provisions of the building code. Please note that these handouts do not represent the entire building code; rather, they are highlights of the code that contain answers to frequently asked questions. If you have questions, contact the Development Services Department at 816.969.1200.
One and Two Family Dwellings
Reference the adopted building codes for the City of Lee's Summit.
All temporary certificates of occupancy are issued for 30 days. If additional time is required the request form below will need to be filled out and submitted to email@example.com. Each issuance of a temporary certificate of occupancy requires the payment outlined in the adopted schedule of fees which can be found here: https://cityofls.net/finance-budget-taxes/schedule-of-fees/development-services-fees. Once the fee has been paid the temporary certificate of occupancy will be issued.
Residential Third Party Inspections
Residential inspections performed by a third party are accepted for foundation, foundation wall, footing and framing inspections using the Third Party Inspection. Third party inspections may be submitted in person at City Hall, faxed to 816.969.1201, or emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org. Submit within 48 hours after the inspection.
Third Party Inspection
Site Development and Subdivision Permit Inspection Process
Contact your assigned Field Engineering Inspector at 816.969.1200 at least 2 business days prior to the onset of construction. The inspector will meet you on site, deliver the approved and signed plans, and issue the permit to you.
Sanitary Sewer Third Party Camera Inspection
Camera testing of Sanitary Sewer mains are permitted to be completed by an independent camera operator with results being submitted to Water Utilities. The policy below outlines the requirements of each party involved in the process and the camera testing requirements. The manhole inspection form must be completed for each manhole on the project and will need to be submitted as part of the testing results as described in the policy.
Sanitary Sewer Video Inspection Policy
Manhole Inspection Form