Plan review may result in questions about the plans, a request for more information, or the need for corrections and resubmittal of the plans. Plan reviewers usually use email to reach out to you or your designer during the review process. It is important to respond promptly to plan reviewers so that the project can keep moving forward through the approval process.
Plan reviewers will usually prepare a Plan Review Comment sheet to document minor corrections, conditions of approval, list items that have been approved as delayed submittals, and to point out things to keep in mind during construction. The Plan Review Comment sheet will be attached to the front of the site copy of the approved plans.
Once plans are approved by all of the reviewers, and the Land Use Technician working on your project will contact you by email to let you know what fees are due and that the permit is ready. You will receive one of the copies of the reviewed plans, which must be kept on the job site for use by the inspectors.