Building Inspections

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Looking for an ePermit?


See the Permits section to apply for a permit, check on status or get a fee estimate.

NEW: Temporary Certificate of Occupancy will be require as a separate permit every 30 days starting June 1, 2019. The fee for the permit will be $100.00 for every 30 days the Temporary Certificate of Occupancy is open. Edina City Code Section 2-274, 10-74.

 

About Us


Our staff consists of the Chief Building Official, 10 inspectors and three support staff. All of our staff have multiple years of experience in the construction industry and code enforcement.


State Building Code


The Edina City Code adopts the Minnesota State Building Code, which in turn adopts the International Building Code, International Residential Code and other codes and standards relating to building construction.

The purpose of the code is to provide minimum standards to safeguard life or limb, health, property and public welfare by regulating and controlling buildings and structures within the City in regards to the following:
  • Construction
  • Design
  • Location and Maintenance
  • Quality of Materials
  • Use and Occupancy

The provisions of the code apply to the following aspects of any building or structure within the City:
  • Alteration
  • Construction
  • Demolition
  • Maintenance and Use
  • Moving
  • Repair

Call to Contact Us


We encourage you to call us at 952-826-0372 with any questions about construction projects being considered or already in progress. Because inspection staff spends most time out of City Hall, it is more effective to call and set up appointments with inspectors before coming in.