In person inspection have resumed for both commercial and residential properties. Inspections will be performed under the following guidelines-during the given window, the inspector(s) will show up on site and all personnel and homeowners onsite must distance themselves from the inspector(s).
Listing files in 'Licenses and Inspections'
Burlington City Property Checklist - uploaded on 4/17/2019 8:52 AM
Carbon Monoxide Detector Certification - uploaded on 8/24/2016 2:46 PM
Commercial/Business Certificate of Continued Occupancy - uploaded on 8/24/2016 2:46 PM
Housing Inspection Items - uploaded on 8/8/2018 1:21 PM
Landlord and Tenant Registration Statement - uploaded on 3/7/2018 11:40 AM
New C.O. Inspection Fees - uploaded on 10/23/2018 8:45 AM
Residential CO Application - uploaded on 3/5/2021 1:09 PM
Vacant/Abandoned Property Registration Form - uploaded on 3/7/2018 11:32 AM
Zoning Permit - uploaded on 3/5/2021 1:07 PM
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LICENSES & INSPECTIONS/HOUSING INSPECTIONS/PROPERTY MAINTENANCE
Please remember the codes that are enforced by our department are a minimum standard code set by the State of New Jersey.
N.J.A.C. STATE LAW
Final inspections are required before final payment is made to contractor.
What requires a Construction Permit?
Listed below are (most) examples of what would require a construction permit however if there is ever a question on what might require a construction permit please contact our office before beginning any work.
Work such as fences, decks, shed, patios, additions, swimming pools, roofing, siding, finished basements, lawn sprinklers, most electrical and plumbing renovations, furnaces, a/c units, water heaters, etc.
What requires Zoning Approval
Zoning approval is required for patios, swimming pools, decks, sheds, fences, additions, driveway additions etc. again if there is ever a question as to whether or not your proposed project requires zoning approval please contact our office.
Housing/Rental/Apartment Inspections are to provide minimum, reasonable standards before the occupancy of a home/apartment
Housing/Rental Inspections – An “overall” inspection is done of the property such as electrical outlets, windows/screens, cooking facilities, bathroom facilities, basic maintenance of interior and exterior, etc. The housing inspector also checks smoke detectors(one on each level), carbon monoxide detector(s) and fire extinguisher. Fire extinguisher must be a 2A 10 BC and must be mounted in the kitchen no more than five (5) feet above the floor) Carbon Monoxide detectors are required in the hall of bedrooms, within ten (10) feet of each bedroom.
Jon LaMont, Construction Official, Building Inspector, Fire Subcode/Inspector
Office Hours: Monday-Friday, 8:00A.M.-4:00P.M.
Mark Cannavo, Plumbing Subcode Official/Inspector
Office Hours: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday 9:00A.M.-3:00P.M.
James Mazzio, Electrical Sub Code Official/Inspector
Office Hours: Monday-Friday 1:00 P.M.-4:00 P.M.
Anthony Trappanese, Housing Inspector/Zoning Officer/Property Maintenance Inspector
Office Hours: Monday-Friday 8:00A.M.-4:00P.M.
Craig Leshner, Code Enforcement Official
Barbara Cerasoli, Technical Asst. to the Construction Official/Deputy Zoning Officer
Caitlyn Bryant, Technical Asst.