Mobile / Modular Home
- Basic development plan (1 copy), drawn to scale, delineating the following. A design professional is not required for the preparation of a basic development plan.
- Dimensions and shape of lot
- Adjoining streets
- Existing and proposed structures on the lot including setback, dimensions, and height
- Impervious surfaces such as driveways, patios, and sidewalks including dimensions and material
- Public easement(s), if applicable
- Building plans and supporting documents (1 copy).
- Water/sewer availability letter from Western Virginia Water Authority.
- Contractor/Subcontractor Listing
- Floodplain Elevation Certificate, if in Special Flood Hazard Area.
Right-of-Way Excavation Permit, if applicable including but not limited to driveway connections to the right-of-way, installation of public sidewalks, and utility connections.
Once your permit application has been deemed complete and initialized in our system (you will receive a Permit Submission Confirmation Letter), City staff has 10 business days for zoning review and 5 business days for building review for a total of 20 business days.
You may receive comments from City staff if additional information is needed to complete a thorough review. An Additional Submissions Form must accompany any resubmission of plans or information.
Building and zoning permits are reviewed for compliance with the following codes:
- Chapter 36.2, Zoning Code, City of Roanoke
- 2012 Uniform Statewide Building Code
Fees are due along with a water/sewer receipt at time of permit issuance. The fees for building and zoning permits are as follows:
- Permit Fee
|Triple-Wide or Greater||$125.00|
- Plan Review Fee: 10% of the building permit fee
- Basic Development Plan Review Fee: $25
- 2% state levy of total fee
Mobile/Modular Permits are valid as long as work is proceeding and an inspection has been performed within the last 6 months. If work has halted or been abandoned and no inspection has been conducted within the last 6 months, the permit may be suspended. Extensions may be granted by the Building Commissioner through written request by the permit holder. Extensions are not guaranteed.