Utility Permit Inspections


 

 

 

 

 

 

Some local city and county departments may require an onsite inspection be conducted before utilities may be switched over into a new home owner. During these inspections the inspectors may look for health and safety concerns, structural concerns, overall appearance, electrical outlets, plugs, and switches, plumbing items, smoke detectors, and thumb locks on exterior doors. Please note: Not all city and counties are requiring these inspections. The information shared on this page can change at any time. For more detailed and updated information we recommend contacting the permit department serving your area.

 

City of Pearl, MS Community Development

http://www.cityofpearl.com/community-development

Beginning October 1, 2017 the City of Pearl will begin requiring Utility/Property Maintenance Inspections to any person applying for a utility permit. This includes residential and rental properties. Click this link to download a copy of the Inspection Checklist.

Reservoir Community District (Pearl River Valley)

http://www.therez.ms.gov/Pages/Building-Department.aspx

Currently requiring Utility/Property Maintenance Inspections to any person applying for a utility permit. This includes residential and rental properties. Click this link to download a copy of the Inspection Checklist.

Rankin County

https://www.rankincounty.org/topic/index.php?topicid=35&structureid=24

Currently requiring Utility/Property Maintenance Inspections to any person applying for a utility permit. This includes residential and rental properties. Click this link to download a copy of the Inspection Checklist.