Why does the timeframe to process and receive a permit sometimes vary?

The speed at which permits are processed depends entirely on the volume of work coming in to the City and the types of permit applications. Staff does their best to work as quickly and efficiently as possible. Customers are always welcome to call Development Services for a status update or to have specific project-related questions answered. The phone number is (623) 222.3000. Press “0” to reach a Development Services representative.

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Q: Does the City currently accept digital submittals?
Q: How do I know if my submittal was received by the City?
Q: Is there a portal to check the status of my permit application once submitted?
Q: Why do I have to pay two invoices during the permitting process?
Q: Will my permit be issued immediately after I pay my invoice?
Q: Why does the timeframe to process and receive a permit sometimes vary?
Q: What is a redline comment letter?
Q: Can I schedule my inspections online?
Q: Can I view my inspection results online?
Q: Can my inspection be scheduled for a specific time of day?
Q: Do I need to be home during my inspection?
Q: Who should I contact if I have additional questions?