Last updated Aug. 10, 2015 - 12:40 pm

Inspections include enforcement of uniform building construction codes and minimum housing standards. It provides a code enforcement program within the framework of applicable policies, procedures, instructions and state and local laws to protect the health, safety, and general welfare of the citizens within the jurisdictional area of the City of Raleigh.

After the Storm - FAQ's

If a storm event causes damage to your property, would you know what to do immediately after the storm?

Visit and bookmark our new webpage called "After the Storm - Frequently Asked Questions" for guidance and important information about assessing the damage, hiring a contractor, obtaining required permits, and more!

New Permit Notification Program

The Permit Notification Program will inform contractors and property owners whose permits are due to expire and inspection of the project is needed.

To Schedule an Inspection

Please note that Inspections does not process permits or schedule field inspections. For assistance with these services, please contact the Development Services Customer Service Center. See numbers below for specific services:

To schedule, cancel or inquire about the status of an inspection

To schedule an inspection using the automated phone system (EDIFY)

To pay a re-inspection fee
919-996-2500 or use the Online Development Center

Permits, plan intake (gatekeeping), and final review

Scheduling Construction Inspections and Re-Inspections

Once the permit has been obtained, the client has several different ways to schedule, maintain and research the permit.

Contact Information

One Exchange Plaza, 1 Exchange Plaza - 5th Floor
Interim Deputy Director: Hamid Dolikhani

Was this page helpful?

NerdWallet named Raleigh

Among the Most Innovative Tech Hubs in the Nation

View our accolades >>