The Building Inspections Division enforces codes adopted by the City of Oak Point, including heating / cooling, electrical, plumbing and building, through a plan review and inspection process.
Important Notice for Builders & Contractors
Please read an important notice (PDF) regarding construction requirements in the City of Oak Point and extraterritorial jurisdiction.
The City has adopted the following editions of the International codes.
- 2015 International Building Code
- 2015 International Energy Conservation Code
- 2015 International Fire Code
- 2015 International Fuel Gas Code
- 2015 International Mechanical Code
- 2015 International Plumbing Code
- 2015 International Existing Building Code
- 2015 International Residential Code
- 2017 National Electrical Code
Ready to submit plans for the construction of a new home or an addition to an existing home? Do you need some information about a project you’re planning for your home? The City of Oak Point’s Building Permits and Inspections Manual (PDF) is available to provide builders, contractors, and homeowners with an overview of the City’s permitting and inspection requirements.
Building Inspections may be called in to Safe Built Inspections at 940-521-0470. All inspections must be called in before 4:00 p.m. for next business day inspections. Inspections called in on Fridays or holidays will be scheduled for the next business day.
Deadline for Submitting Permits
The deadline for submitting permits is 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. Any permits submitted after the deadline will be processed the following business day unless it requires plan review or other reviews. Submit permits online at firstname.lastname@example.org..
The following actions taken on any building at anytime other than Monday through Saturday between the hours of 7 a.m. and 8:30 p.m. and Sunday between the hours of 10 a.m. and 8:30 p.m. are prohibited:
In the interest of public safety and convenience, the City Manager or his designee may issue special permits for such work at other hours.
All construction debris must be placed in a container or other enclosure. Such container or enclosure may not exceed ten feet in height and must adhere to setback requirements. Under no circumstances may construction debris be disposed of by on-site burial or burning.