The City of Euless requires permits on certain activities and projects conducted within city limits. For information regarding Permits please call 817-685-1630.
Plan Revision Sheet Required
New Codes Passed
At the June 28th City Council meeting, the City Council adopted the following codes:
- 2015 International Building Code with amendments
- 2015 International Fire Code with amendments
- 2015 International Mechanical Code with amendments
- 2015 International Plumbing Code with amendments
- 2015 International Energy Conversation Code with amendments
- 2015 International Fuel Gas Code with amendments
- 2015 International Residential Code with amendments
- 2014 National Electric Code with amendments
This ordinance with amendments is available as ordinance 2124.
Permit applications received on or after July 18, 2016 will be considered with the above code sets.
Building Permit Fees
Certificates of Occupancy Report
The information in the following report is a list of Certificates of Occupancy issued by the City of Euless. It is updated on a regular basis. The table can be sorted by license number, application date, issued date, business name or address.
Contact the Building and Inspections Division at 817-685-1630 if you have any problems with the provided information.
The following information is a list of issued permits from the City of Euless. It is updated on a monthly basis. The table of issued permits may be sorted by any column including permit type, date issued or by contractor.
If you have any problems with the information provided, please contact the Building and Inspections Division at 817-685-1630.
Projects Requiring Permits
The Planning and Development Department enforces this city ordinance and requests that residents obtain a permit for the following projects:
- Remodeling involving demolition, construction, moving walls or modifying structural elements
- Room additions
- Lawn sprinkler systems
- Electrical system upgrades or additions
- Accessory buildings or storage sheds which are 120 square feet or greater.
- Commercial roofing
- New fencing or alteration of existing fencing other than simple fence replacement of existing panels
- In-ground pools and above ground pools 5000 gallons or larger
- Garage enclosures (where permitted by ordinance)
- Plumbing additions or modifications other than simple fixture replacement
- New installation of signs or sign face changes
- Temporary utilities (electrical, gas, water)
- Certificate of Occupancy (commercial and multi-family properties)
- Health (commercial food related operations)
- Driveway approaches (new, expansions or removal)
- Furnace installation or replacement
- Air conditioner condenser installation or replacement
- Water heater installation or replacement
- Garage Sale (limited to two per calendar year)
- Spa and hot tub installation (electrical)
- New building construction
- Repair of gas leaks
- Structural repairs
- Fireplace or wood stove installation
- Moving a mobile home
Residential Re-Roofing Opinion
The City of Euless has adopted the 2015 IRC with amendments. We do enforce and recognize this code for decking replacement.
With that being said, the City of Euless does not arbitrarily require upgrades or replacement of roof decking if that decking is not damaged or is in workable state. In other words, for a typical overlay or similar job, we would not require replacement of a nonconforming decking material simply because of the overlay.
There are jobs where the decking is rotted or broken or some other structural issue, which would obviously require a replacement of the decking and must follow adopted codes.
It seems that the question most often asked is this "does the City of Euless require replacement of roof decking when an overlay is not permitted, or with the tear off and removal of existing shingles?" If the shingles must be removed, odds are the decking will be damaged by removal of roofing nails and other roofing materials. This is especially the case in 3/8" roof decking. If the shingles are removed, therefore damaging the deck, the decking must be replaced, and the deck must meet adopted codes and ordinances.