50 Natoma Street, Folsom, CA 95630
916-461-6201 (voicemails will be returned within 2 business days.)
Hours: Monday-Friday: 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
|Scott Zangrando||Chief Building Officialfirstname.lastname@example.org||916-461-6225|
|Van Leung||Plan Check Engineeremail@example.com||916-461-6220|
|Allison Konwinski||Plan Check Engineerfirstname.lastname@example.org||916-461-6236|
|Tami Dominguez||Building Technician IIemail@example.com||916-461-6218|
|Layla Hubbard||Building Technician IIfirstname.lastname@example.org||916-461-6219|
|Tasha Karver||Building Technician IIemail@example.com||916-461-6201|
|Mike Toledo||Senior Building Inspectorfirstname.lastname@example.org||916-461-6222|
|Lorenzo Aguilar||Building Inspector IIemail@example.com||916-220-3037|
|Enrique Jimenez||Building Inspector IIfirstname.lastname@example.org||916-220-3037|
|Inspection Line||Online Inspection Request
Building Services reviews building permit plans for code compliance, issues permits for commercial and residential construction, conducts building
The Folsom Building Department website has been updated to include revised processes due to the pandemic. Please see below for additional information.
Submitting a Building Permit Application
The City of Folsom Building Department uses ProjectDox for review and approval of building permit applications requiring review. Any plan set larger than 11x17 is required to be submitted electronically. Note, minor permits do not utilize the electronic review process. See below for what qualifies as a Minor Building Permit. To start the process, please email the Building Permit Application to email@example.com. Visit the ePermit Center for additional information.
Minor Building Permit Applications
Minor Building Permits involve minimal plan review by City staff and can be issued within days of application. Minor Building Permit applications do not need to go through the electronic plan review process. Instead, applicants can email their application and associated documents directly to firstname.lastname@example.org or drop them off at the Building Permit Counter. City staff will process the application and contact the applicant with any additional items needed and permit issuance fees due. The applicant must pay the fees at the Building Permit Counter to pick up the permit. Currently, the City of Folsom only accepts check or cash payments. Per the City’s policy, we do not mail or email permit documents for minor permits. You must pick up the permit in person. Below is a list of common minor building permits and additional documents required with the application and copy of contract. Note all documents must be on 11x17 or smaller paper for acceptance.
The Folsom Municipal Code was passed January 14, 2020 and is located here. All applications submitted after December 31, 2019 shall conform to the 2019 California Codes. All applications submitted after February 13, 2020 shall conform to the current Folsom Municipal Code.
You may need an Architectural Design Review.