Building Permit Checklist
Contractors - Take Note!
You must purchase a City Business License. These are available for:
The Building & Safety Department does not maintain copies of Contractor’s Workers’ Compensation Insurance Certificates. It is the Contractor’s responsibility to keep the active certificate with them and have it available when pulling a permit.
Who May Pull the Permit?
Once your project has been through the plan-check process and has been approved for construction, you must obtain the building permit. Permits may be pulled by a:
If the house is fairly new, you will need to bring proof of ownership such as a grant deed or escrow papers.
Property Owner's Representative
A property owner’s representative must present the Authorized Agent Letter, proving that they have permission to pull the permit for the owner. This letter:
The Contractor must bring:
Licensed Contractor's Employee
Planning & Development Services Director
22795 Barton Rd.
Grand Terrace, CA 92313
Ph: (909) 824-6621 ext. 225
Fax: (909) 825-7506