All plans submitted for permitting must adhere to the Clark County Fire Code. The Guidelines provide more specific information about plan submittal and inspection requirements based on your permit and application type.
Plan Review and Approval Process
You must submit your plans with your application. Only complete sets of plans will be accepted.
All plan submittals:
- Require two (2) copies of the application
- Must include a minimum of three (3) copies of all items in accordance with the appropriate guideline
- Require payment of the appropriate fee, paid with exact cash, a check made out to CCFP, or fees withdrawn from a Fire Prevention escrow account (by the authorized user)
- Are accepted in person or via mail. If you mail your plan or want your plan returned by mail, provide a pre-labeled, pre-paid package that will accommodate the size of your plan. Faxed or email submissions are not accepted.
Plans are forwarded to the plans examination supervisor for assignment. You can see the estimated completion online. See Plan Status Information.
Swap outs and revisions are not accepted once the plans checker has been assigned. Fire Prevention will not be responsible for replacing individual plan/specification pages.
When the plan review is complete, the plan undergoes an internal verification process. When the verification process is complete, the plan will be released for pick up. To see if any fees are due, access Citizens Access Portal Online, enter your application number, and then click the VIEW APPLICATION FEES button.
You must pick up your plans, permit, and pay any outstanding fees before inspections can be scheduled. If corrections are required, you will receive a correction letter with your redlined plans. Note that you must submit corrected plans for another plan review