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Application for a permit shall be made to the building official and a permit shall be obtained prior to commencing any of the following activities: Construction, reconstruction, alteration, repair, conversion or demolition of a building or structure, including the installation or altering of any equipment regulated by the USBC; Change of Occupancy of an existing structure when a new certificate is required by the USBC; movement of a lot line that increases the hazard to or decreases the level of safety of an existing building or structure; removing or disturbing any asbestos containing materials during demolition, alteration, renovation of or additions to buildings or structures.
There are a lot of situations (repairs, for one) where a building permit is not required. View Permits required and exemptions to find out what is and is not covered.
View more about building permit requirements online.
If there is an immediate hazard such as a live wire down or electrical fire then call 911 to make the area safe but AEP will still need to respond to fix the electrical problem. AEP for power outages
At that point, it was decided that high-quality, less-restrictive, community-based services would be provided to these children if the funds were managed at the local level.
The Family Assessment and Planning Team (FAPT) is comprised of the supervisory-level staff from the same agencies as the CPMT as well as the parent and private providers. These teams work with the families to develop the Individual Family Services Plan (IFSP). If the services needed are beyond what is available in the participating agencies and there are no other family or community resources available, the team may choose to purchase them with local CSA pool funds.
In the City of Roanoke, "non-mandated" funds are available to some children and families served by the Community Services Board (Blue Ridge Behavioral Healthcare), Court Services Unit, Roanoke City Public Schools and the local Department of Social Services. These funds are limited, and the City of Roanoke is not required to appropriate funds to serve this population.
Roanoke City Council meetings are held in the City Council Chamber which is located in the Noel C. Taylor Municipal Building, 215 Church Avenue, S. W., Room 450.
Citizens who wish to speak may register on the date of the meeting at the entrance of the City Council Chamber before 2:00 p.m. Citizens may also pre-register by calling the City Clerk's Office at (540) 853-2541, Monday through Friday, (8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.), prior to and including the date of the Council meeting.
Speaker forms will not be accepted for the Council Meeting once the meeting has convened. Any material needing to be distributed to City Council Members must be reviewed by the City Clerk before the start of the meeting.
Speakers appearing before City Council will not be allowed to: Campaign for public office, promote private business ventures, engage in personal attacks, use profanity or vulgar language. Speakers who violate these rules will be declared out of order and shall immediately yield the floor and be seated.
The Office of Planning, Building and Development shall determine the required fees. A statement determining compliance with the Zoning Ordinance will be prepared by the Secretary or Agent to the City Planning Commission and attached to the application.
The applicant is responsible for any and all advertising costs incurred for advertisement of applications for public hearings before the City Planning Commission and City Council and will be billed by the City or the local newspapers for such costs.
For further information, please contact:
Tina M. Carr, Secretary, Roanoke City Planning Commission at (540) 853-1730
The Commissioner of the Revenue will respond to the organization in writing after adetermination of tax-exempt status has been made. If the organization is alreadyeligible for tax-exempt status and the intended use of the property is determined to beconsistent with the mission of the organization, the organization will be so informed inwriting.
For further information, please contact:
Commissioner of the Revenue's Office at (540) 853-2521 City Clerk's Office at (540) 853-2541
Both parties must be present to apply for a marriage license. You must both be at least 18 years of age and present valid government issued identification that is not expired (ie; passport, drivers license, id card). If an interpreter is needed you should bring one with you. Neither the bride or groom can interpret for the other. Your marriage license must be used within 60 days or returned to our office. The license must be returned to our office within five days after the marriage occurs. It can be used anywhere in the state of Virginia and your Officiant must have been approved to perform licenses by any circuit court in Virginia. The costs for the marriage license is $30.00 and we accept cash, MasterCard and Visa. There is a $2.00 convenience fee when a card is used for payment. Once you are married and the Officiant has returned the completed copies of the marriage license you can get certified copies. You may present these to employers, insurers, social security or the DMV. The certified copies are $2.50 each
Brenda S Hamilton is the Clerk of Circuit Court for the City of Roanoke. An appointment is required for all ceremonies performed at the courthouse. All appointments are made by Ms. Hamilton herself and she can be contacted at 540-853-6700
The Circuit Court of the City of Roanoke accepts online payments for criminal and traffic fines and costs. You cannot make payments over the phone. Mail payments may be made by check or money order to the Roanoke City Circuit Court 315 Church Avenue SW, 3rd Floor Roanoke, VA 24016, payable to the Clerk of Circuit Court, and make reference to your case number(s).
The license tax is reduced to $14 for owners of vehicles with National Guard tags.
There is also a kiosk in the main jail lobby that accepts cash ($5 or more) or credit/debit cards. Money posted to an inmate's account using the kiosk will be available for use immediately. There is a fee to use this service which is deducted at the time of the deposit. In order for someone to leave money on an inmate's account using this system, the person must have either the inmate's ID number or the inmate's NAME and DATE OF BIRTH. The person must also have a valid government issued ID with a 2D bar code or magnetic strip.
Money may also be deposited via the internet. Persons may visit the following: govpaynow.com, mycropay.com or MoneyGram (Walmart) to make online deposits.