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109.3 Required inspections.

The building official, upon notification, shall make the inspections set forth in Sections 109.3.1 through 109.3.10.

109.3.1 Footing and foundation inspection.

Footing and foundation inspections shall be made after excavations for footings are complete and any required reinforcing steel is in place. For concrete foundations, any required forms shall be in place prior to inspection. Materials for the foundation shall be on the job, except where concrete is ready mixed in accordance with ASTM C 94, the concrete need not be on the job.

109.3.2 Concrete slab and under-floor inspection.

Concrete slab and under-floor inspections shall be made after in-slab or under-floor reinforcing steel and building service equipment, conduit, piping accessories and other ancillary equipment items are in place, but before any concrete is placed or floor sheathing installed, including the subfloor.

109.3.3 Lowest floor elevation.

In flood hazard areas, upon placement of the lowest floor, including the basement, and prior to further vertical construction, the elevation certification required in Section 1612.5 shall be submitted to the building official.

109.3.4 Frame inspection.

Framing inspections shall be made after the roof deck or sheathing, all framing, fireblocking and bracing are in place and pipes, chimneys and vents to be concealed are complete and the rough electrical, plumbing, heating wires, pipes and ducts are approved

109.3.5 Lath and gypsum board inspection.

Lath and gypsum board inspections shall be made after lathing and gypsum board, interior and exterior, is in place, but before any plastering is applied or gypsum board joints and fasteners are taped and finished.

109.3.6 Fire-resistant penetrations.

Protection of joints and penetrations in fire-resistance-rated assemblies shall not be concealed from view until inspected and approved.

109.3.8 Other inspections.

In addition to the inspections specified above, the building official is authorized to make or require other inspections of any construction work to ascertain compliance with the provisions of this code and other laws that are enforced by the department of building safety.

109.3.9 Special inspections.

For special inspections, see Section 1704.

109.3.10 Final inspection.

The final inspection shall be made after all work required by the building permit is completed.

109.4 Inspection agencies.

The building official is authorized to accept reports of approved inspection agencies, provided such agencies satisfy the requirements as to qualifications and reliability.

109.5 Inspection requests.

It shall be the duty of the holder of the building permit or their duly authorized agent to notify the building official when work is ready for inspection. It shall be the duty of the permit holder to provide access to and means for inspections of such work that are required by this code.

109.6 Approval required.

Work shall not be done beyond the point indicated in each successive inspection without first obtaining the approval of the building official. The building official, upon notification, shall make the requested inspections and shall either indicate the portion of the construction that is satisfactory as completed, or notify the permit holder or his or her agent wherein the same fails to comply with this code. Any portions that do not comply shall be corrected and such portion shall not be covered or concealed until authorized by the building official.

GIS Requirements per City Code Section 152.900, for “Planned Unit Development”

Code Section 152.900 can be found HERE.

An ACAD file shall be submitted that must contain at a minimum all items shown visibly on the submitted original signed and sealed documents (may exclude professional seals). This includes both the Submitted Plats/plans and all As-Built documents.

The Plan/Plat and As-Built Documents bearing and coordinate system shall be based on Arkansas State Plane Coordinates using as a basis of bearings the City of Tontitown GIS Monuments or Monuments of equal or higher order utilizing the same datums. (This is to include both the original signed and sealed documents as well as all electronic files submitted.

The Plan/Plat drawings shall label at least 2 exterior boundary corners with Arkansas State Plane Coordinates (based on City of Tontitown GIS Monuments or Monuments of equal or higher order utilizing the same datums.)

Any new, on or off-site easement, Right-of-way, deed restriction, or covenant documents effecting the submittal shall be provided in a (*.pdf) file format showing a copy of the original recorded document including Recorders stamp and all required signatures.

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For information regarding Rezoning, please view our codes HERE.

IF REZONING IS APPROVED, THE PLANNING COMMISSION CHAIRMAN WILL FORWARD INFORMATION TO CITY ATTORNEY TO PREPARE ORDINANCE TO FORWARD FOR CITY COUNCIL ACTION.

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For information regarding Planned Unit Developments, please view our codes HERE.

PLEASE USE THE FORM FOUND HERE FOR RECORDING NEW MONUMENTS.

THE PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT PLAT AND PLAN REQUIREMENTS CAN BE FOUND HERE A copy of this MUST be checked against the plans before they are submitted and the checked off copy must be included with the application.

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The following items MUST be included with the submittal.

1.  Application

2.  Payment of Fees  (see code 155)

3.  Worksheet, and must include 2 PDF and 1 DWG files.

For information regarding Incidental Subdivisions, please view our codes HERE.

THE INCIDENTAL SUBDIVISION PLAT AND PLAN REQUIREMENTS  MUST be checked against the plans before they are submitted and the checked off copy must be included with the application.

      

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For information regarding Large Scale Developments, please view our codes HERE.

For information regarding Preliminary Plats, please view our codes HERE.

PLEASE USE THE FORM FOUND HERE FOR RECORDING NEW MONUMENTS.

THE LARGE SCALE DEVELOPMENT PLAT AND PLAN REQUIREMENTS CAN BE FOUND HERE. A copy of this MUST be checked against the plans before they are submitted and the checked off copy must be included with the application.

A copy of this MUST be checked against the plans before they are submitted and the checked off copy must be included with the application.

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Stormwater Permits

There are three main permits associated with stormwater depending on the application. These permits cover industrial activities, municipal activities and construction activities. Within these categories, there are also two types of permits that may be issued associated with these activities, general permits and individual permits. Most activities are covered by general permits, however, some complex projects or facilities may require an indivudal permit. The permits are issued by the Arkansas Departement of Environmental Quality (ADEQ), however, some of the duties regarding approval are passed down from ADEQ to the cities. Tontitown is required to review and approve construction plans and issues a separate grading permit for these activites. Please reference the Tontitown Regulations tab for further information on grading permits. Below are links to the common general permits that are issued by ADEQ.

ADEQ Municipal General Permit

ADEQ Industrial General Permit

ADEQ Construction General Permit

Grading Permit Requirements

 

  1. Site Plan. Site plan at a scale no smaller than one inch equals 50 feet, showing property lines, vicinity map, north arrow, name of owner, developer, and adjacent property owners.
  2. Land to be Disturbed. Land areas to be disturbed shall be clearly identified.
  3. Streets and Rights-of-way. Location and names of all existing or platted streets or rights-of-way within or adjacent to tract and location of all utilities and easements within or adjacent to the property shall all be indicated.
  4. Structures. Location and dimension of existing structures.
  5. Natural Features. Location of natural features such as drainage ways, ponds, rock outcroppings and tree cover. Indication of 100 year floodplains as defined by FEMA.
  6. Acreage/Zoning. Total acreage and zoning classification.

The following items may be reported in text rather than shown on the grading plan.

 

  1. Time Schedule. A time schedule indicating the anticipated starting and completion dates and time of exposure of each area prior to stabilization measures.
  2. Fill Material/Compactions. Description of quantity (in cubic yards), source, and composition of imported fill material and compaction specifications. Note the quantity (in cubic yards) and destination of excavation materials to be removed from the site.
  3. Natural Vegetation Preservation. Proposals for preserving natural vegetation, including designating the area of preservation on the grading plan, and a description of evegetation or other permanent erosion control strategy. Measures for protecting trees targeted for preservation during land alteration activity.
  4. Runoff/sedimentation. Specification and details of measures to control runoff and sedimentation during construction indicating what will be used such as straw bales, silt dams, check dams, lateral hillside ditches, catch basins and the like; and construction entrance/exit.
  5. Dust. Where excessive dust may become a problem, a plan for spraying water on heavily traveled dirt areas shall be addressed.

Online Small Site Grading Permit

 

Stormwater Permits

There are three main permits associated with stormwater depending on the application. These permits cover industrial activities, municipal activities and construction activities. Within these categories, there are also two types of permits that may be issued associated with these activities, general permits and individual permits. Most activities are covered by general permits, however, some complex projects or facilities may require an indivudal permit. The permits are issued by the Arkansas Departement of Environmental Quality (ADEQ), however, some of the duties regarding approval are passed down from ADEQ to the cities. Tontitown is required to review and approve construction plans and issues a separate grading permit for these activites. Please reference the Tontitown Regulations tab for further information on grading permits. Below are links to the common general permits that are issued by ADEQ.

ADEQ Municipal General Permit

ADEQ Industrial General Permit

ADEQ Construction General Permit

Grading Permit Requirements

  1. Site Plan. Site plan at a scale no smaller than one inch equals 50 feet, showing property lines, vicinity map, north arrow, name of owner, developer, and adjacent property owners.
  2. Contours. Existing grades shall be shown with dashed line contours and proposed grades with solid line contours. Grading plans shall be required to show both the proposed grade and the undisturbed area. Contour intervals shall be a maximum of two feet. Spot elevations shall be indicated.
  3. Designation of Grade. Areas with 0-10%, 10-15%, 15-20% and more than 20% grade shall each be identified in a distinguishing manner.
  4. Land to be Disturbed. Land areas to be disturbed shall be clearly identified.
  5. Engineer/Architect. Seal of a registered engineer, architect, landscape architect, or similar design professional certifying that the plan complies with all applicable regulations.
  6. Cuts and Fills. All cuts and fills, including height and slope, shall be clearly shown on the plan.
  7. Streets and Rights-of-way. Location and names of all existing or platted streets or rights-of-way within or adjacent to tract and location of all utilities and easements within or adjacent to the property shall all be indicated.
  8. Structures. Location and dimension of existing structures.
  9. Soil Type. Soil types shall be identified according to the Unified Soil Classification System.
  10. Natural Features. Location of natural features such as drainage ways, ponds, rock outcroppings and tree cover. Indication of 100 year floodplains as defined by FEMA.
  11. Acreage/Zoning. Total acreage and zoning classification.
  12. Surface Water. Provision for collection and discharging surface water.
  13. Existing Infrastructure. Profiles and cross sections of streets, drainage systems, and underground utilities if necessary to clarify the grading plan in terms of potential erosion or runoff, or if the grading on site has the potential of disturbing the infrastructure.
  14. Treatment of Slopes and Benches. The method of treatment for all slopes and benches shall be indicated.

The following items may be reported in text rather than shown on the grading plan.

  1. Time Schedule. A time schedule indicating the anticipated starting and completion dates and time of exposure of each area prior to stabilization measures.
  2. Fill Material/Compactions. Description of quantity (in cubic yards), source, and composition of imported fill material and compaction specifications. Note the quantity (in cubic yards) and destination of excavation materials to be removed from the site.
  3. Natural Vegetation Preservation. Proposals for preserving natural vegetation, including designating the area of preservation on the grading plan, and a description of evegetation or other permanent erosion control strategy. Measures for protecting trees targeted for preservation during land alteration activity.
  4. Runoff/sedimentation. Specification and details of measures to control runoff and sedimentation during onstruction indicating what will be used such as straw bales, silt dams, check dams, lateral hillside ditches, catch basins and the like; and construction entrance/exit.
  5. Dust. Where excessive dust may become a problem, a plan for spraying water on heavily traveled dirt areas shall be addressed.
  6. Soils Engineering Study. The City Engineer may require a soil engineering study or soil loss calculations if site conditions so warrant.

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For information regarding Final Plats, please view our codes HERE.

 

PLEASE USE THE FORM FOUND HERE FOR RECORDING NEW MONUMENTS.

THE FINAL PLAT AND PLAN REQUIREMENTS CAN BE FOUND HERE. A copy of this MUST be checked against the plans before they are submitted and the checked off copy must be included with the application.

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