Foundation Repair Permit - Residential and Commercial
See IB 172 for additional information.
Date: ________________ Owner Name: _____________________________________
Address: ______________________________________________________ San Antonio, TX __________
Type of Foundation Repair: Full Partial Sq. Ft. of Work: ___________
Residential: Permit Cost $160.00 Commercial: Value of Work: $______________
(Plus 3% Technological Fee and 3% Development Service Fee)
Engineered Construction Plans Submitted?
Location of Work: Front Back and Right Side (face house) Left Side (face house)
Y N Slab on Grade/Concrete Foundation
Y N Pier and Footing Number of Piers? _______
Y N Wood Sill (Linear Ft.: ______ ) Y N Beam (Linear Ft.: ______ )
Y N Joist (Linear Ft.: ______ ) Y N Removing Skirting
Engineer’s Assumption Letter is required to be submitted at time of application.
Inspections: All foundation repairs require the submittal of an engineer’s inspection letter to clear the foundation inspection.
Letters may indicate that drainage and ventilation meets the minimum requirements of the City’s current building codes. If drainage
is not addressed by engineer, a DSD building final inspection is required. DSD will verify that skirting meets the current building
code in relation to venting, subfloor access, and drainage.
Contractor/Homeowner: _______________________________ Contractor ID #: ______________________
Registered Lic. Holder: ________________________________ City Lic. Registration #: ________________
Authorized Agent Name: ______________________________ COSA AC #: ________________________
Escrow: Y N
Phone #: ___________________________ Email: ______________________________
By signing, I understand the following: the limitation to the permit listed above and possible requirement to remove work if non
complaint. A copy of the application must be available at job site with permit. The City of San Antonio only enforces City, State
and Federal zoning and development ordinances and statutes and does not enforce covenants and deed restrictions (CC&Rs). It is
imperative and incumbent upon you the applicant to verify the existence of any CC&Rs that may be applicable to your project. See
Information Bulletin 234 for additional information.
Applicant Signature: ____________________________________________________________________________________
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