When is a permit required? Most building and construction permits are obtained through the Building Inspections Department of the City of Roseville. However, the Engineering Department oversees 3 areas of permitting.
A permit is required if any of the following apply to your proposed project. Some of these characteristics are not readily apparent or identifiable by applicants, so feel free to submit your plans to the City for a determination as to whether or not a permit is required. Additionally, the City is willing to hold pre-application meetings with applicants to discuss their project, preliminary plans, and City rules and policies.
Erosion Control Permits
All sites that are greater than 10,000 square feet and / or within the shoreland overlay district
Any work performed in the City of Roseville within the street Right-of-Way requires a permit. Right-of-Way is the property on which the street is located and that extends behind the curb approximately 10 to 15 feet.