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Type in the street name only and click locate. A list of street addresses will appear. If you are still unable to find the address you are looking for, please select the address closest to it, and in the description of your permit place the correct address. You can also search by parcel number. You can use our GIS Map to find the parcel number.
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Any time new posts are being installed/replaced a permit will be required. Minor repairs, such as the replacement of a few pickets, do not require a permit.
Permits expire 180 days after issuance. When an inspection occurs the permit will renew for an additional 180 days.
Contractors are required to schedule their inspections online through eTRAKiT, this may also be done by visiting the office. Homeowners may schedule inspections by calling the office at (940) 349-8360.
The ordinance does not apply to a street musician unless the musician actively solicits donations or is selling items such as CDs, DVDs, or cassette tapes.
No, this ordinance does not apply to organizations whose membership consist primarily of persons less than 18 years of age, such as school and youth sports organizations.
Yes, you will need to bring proof of your non-profit status to the records section of the Denton police Department. They will issue you a permit at no charge.
The Police Department, located at 601 E. Hickory St., non-emergency line (940) 349-8181 should be contacted for all noise issues, Solicitor Permits, and/or Security Alarm Permits.
Please Contact Community Improvement Services for all issues with apartment complexes by calling (940) 349-8743.
When typing in the location make sure you click "locate". Your permit has to locate the address and link it to the parcel number. If you have typed in the address and continued without clicking locate your address has not been linked and you will not be able to proceed. If you have the correct address and are still not getting any results, try broadening your search. Type "N" instead of "N." or "North" for directions; type the least amount of information until you get closer to the address (e.g. "401 N Elm" or "N Elm" instead of "401 North Elm Street.) You can also search by parcel number. Use our GIS map to find the parcel number and to determine if your address is within city limits.
Your contractor registration expiration date coincides with the expiration date on your master license. For general contractors, registration expires one year from the date of registration. Contractors are required to re-register yearly.