How does the Rental Inspection Program work?

Inspectors conduct door-to-door inspections in designated areas for property maintenance violations. They survey rental properties for interior and exterior code violations and issue corrective notices. The most common examples of violations are: deteriorated or ineffective waterproofing of exterior walls, roof, foundation or floors, broken windows or doors; ceilings, roofs, ceiling and roof supports or horizontal members that sag, split or buckle; any building in disrepair that constitutes a public nuisance; structure in need of painting; broken windows; electrical problems; heating and air concerns; plumbing leaks; unsafe fire conditions.

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1. When do I need a Permit?
2. How can I get a Permit?
3. What information is needed for a Permit?
4. How much do the Permits cost?
5. What is a Rental Housing Inspection Program?
6. How does the Rental Inspection Program work?