Operational Permits

Overview


An Operational Permit allows an occupant to conduct an operation or business and can include many types of businesses. Some examples include:
  • Carnivals and fairs
  • Combustible dust-producing operations
  • Exhibits and trade shows
  • Hot work operations
  • Open burning
  • Places of assembly
  • Pyrotechnic special effects material
  • Repair garages and motor fuel-dispensing facilities
  • Storage of scrap tires and tire byproducts
  • Temporary membrane structures
This type of permit is required for every business and is currently included when a Certificate of Occupancy is obtained.