Considering a home renovation project? The HHP is a great option and affordable way to make it happen.
The Heritage Home Program is FREE to owners of Parma Heights homes that are 50 years and older.
For even more details about eligible home repair and financing projects: CLICK HERE.
The BUILDING DEPARTMENT is responsible for the enforcement of the applicable building codes for various aspects of Commercial and Residential Construction.
- This includes a plan review as required, inspections of work performed under permit, and registration of all contractor performing work.
The following is a list of work that requires a permit:
NOTIFICATION OF FORECLOSURE FILING
"Any person who files a complaint for foreclosure involving real property located within the City of Parma Heights on which there is a building or structure shall notify the City of the filing of the foreclosure complaint and shall file a complete copy of the foreclosure complaint with the Director of Public Service within ten (10) days after the filing of the complaint with the relevant court. The notice to the City shall be on a form prescribed by the director of Public Service." - excerpt from Ordinance No. 2011-14
Click here for: Notification of Foreclosure Filing Form and Foreclosure Ordinance
Property maintenance inspectors ensure that the Property Maintenance Code is properly enforced. The code requires that all properties and structures, including both residential and commercial, are being well maintained. The following is a list of commonly addressed items: routine lawn & shrubbery maintenance, weed control, gutters and downspouts being cleaned & securely attached, peeling and chipping paint, repair/replacement of broken concrete drives & walks, etc. All property owners are responsible for the continual upkeep of their property. The goal of the property maintenance inspection program is to preserve the quality of properties through proper maintenance.