Three (3) copies of the completed set of construction documents are required for plan review.
Construction documents must be submitted along with the completed permit application form.
An additional set of plans will be required for fire sprinklered buildings
An additional set of plans will be required for projects which require a health review
Drawings containing a label such as "not for construction" or "for pricing only" will not be accepted for permit application.
Each drawing and document shall be sealed, signed, dated, and designed by a State of Texas Registered Architect, Registered Engineer, or Registered Interior Designer, where applicable, as required by the State of Texas Engineering and Architect Practice Act.
REQUIRED DRAWINGS AND DOCUMENTS:
Drawings must be drawn to scale, dimensioned, and of sufficient clarity.
Floor plans and roof plans
Door schedules, window schedules, hardware schedules
Construction details, interior elevations, and interior finish schedules
Structural plans must include: foundation plans, roof and floor framing plans, wall sections, and details
Mechanical, electrical, and plumbing site plans and schedules
Plumbing plans (including riser diagram)
Electrical plans (including riser diagrams)
Certified Energy Compliance Report2
Asbestos Survey (for renovation or demolition permits)3
Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation architectural barriers project registration information4
City Building Inspection Department may request additional information if necessary.
The Plat must be approved, and the Site plan must be released by the Planning/Engineering Department before a permit will be issued.
The City of Red Oak adopted a tax rate that will raise more taxes for maintenance and operations than last year's tax rate. The tax rate will effectively be raised by 5.38 percent and will raise taxes for maintenance and operations on a $100,000 home by approximately $-40.57.