How long is my permit good for?
A demolition permit is good for only 60 days. All other permits, unless specifically specified, are good for 180 days from the issuance date. Except for demolition permits, if an inspection is performed and approved by a City of Hemet inspector ,on an active permit, the counting of the 180 days resets from the date of inspection. For example, your permit is obtained on July 1, 2011. You obtain and pass a footing inspection on November 15, 2011. Your permit will then expire on May 14, 2012. If subsequent inspections are passed afterwards, the same example applies.

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1. Do I need a permit for what I am wanting to do?
2. How do I request an inspection?
3. What time will my inspection be?
4. What do I need to do to get ready for my inspection?
5. How long is my permit good for?
6. What if I can’t get me permit inspected within the allotted 180 days?
7. I’m a homeowner, what do I need to have to bring to obtain a building permit?
8. I’m a Contractor, what do I need to have to obtain a building permit?
9. Where can I get these “HERS” or energy compliance forms?
10. What is a final request form?
11. Will I get my inspection today? "Am I on the list"
12. How do I verify if I am in the City of Hemet's jurisdiction?
13. How late do you issue permits?
14. What time do the inspectors leave in the morning?