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Do I need a permit to build a rockery / retaining wall?
Yes, a permit is required for a rockery / retaining wall more than 4 feet in height (measured from the bottom of the lowest rock to the top of the highest rock), or if the rockery/retaining wall is supporting a surcharge (from a slope steeper than 2 horizontal to 1 vertical, or a footing, etc.).

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1. Do I need a building permit to re-roof a single-family home?
2. Do I need a building permit to build a shed?
3. Do I need a permit to build a rockery / retaining wall?
4. Is a permit required for a deck at my single-family residence?
5. I need to know if I can add onto my house.
6. Do I need a permit to enclose the carport at my single-family residence?
7. Can I draw my own plans or do I need to have an architect draw my plans?
8. What scale should my plans be?
9. Do I have to hire a contractor or can I build a project myself?
10. Do I need a permit to add or modify an interior wall?
11. Why do I need a thermal expansion tank for my water heater?
12. Is a carbon monoxide detector / alarm required?