Construction Code Services (CCS)
Effective Monday, March 30, 2020 and continuing through the end of April 2020, the CPED Customer Service Center (CSC) – also referred to as Minneapolis Development Review (MDR) – will not be accepting any dropped off, faxed, or mailed paper permit applications or other supporting documentation such as plans, construction documents, etc.
View the electronic permit submittal options.
Construction Code Services (CCS) manages all services related to enforcement of the Minnesota State Building Code and City of Minneapolis ordinances for all construction work within the City of Minneapolis. CCS is comprised of three business lines- Plan Review, Construction Inspections, and Programs.
To look up building and zoning information, inspections history, and other information about a Minneapolis property, search Property Information.
2020 Building Code Adoption
As of March 31st, 2020, Minnesota has adopted new building codes. The 2020 MN Mechanical and Fuel Gas Code will take effect on April 6th, 2020. For details on which codes this effects and what you need to know for pulling permits, please read the Building Code Update.
Truth in Housing
Before you sell your house, a truth in housing evaluation is required.
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Certificate of Occupancy
A certificate is required for new buildings and occupancy changes.
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Trade professionals are required to obtain this card to work within the City. Learn more >>
and Related Devices
Information on elevator permits, inspections, and billing. Learn more >>
Sustainable building practices are encouraged and can have financial incentives. Learn more >>
Last updated Dec 23, 2020