Building – Planning & Zoning
Contact City Hall at 4600 W. 51st Street, Roeland Park, KS 66205 Ph: (913) 722-2600 Fax: (913) 722-3713 Hours Monday – Friday 8:00 am – 5:00 pm
|Be sure to contact City Hall when planning any construction project. All construction requires a building permit and various inspections. It is the homeowner’s responsibility to ensure that the proper permits are obtained.The owner, contractor, or authorized agent may complete the printable
Beginning in 2014, the City of Roeland Park began participating in the Johnson County Contractor Licensing Program. The Johnson County Contractor Licensing Program exists to protect consumers by assuring that those undertaking the construction, alteration, and demolition of structures are qualified to do so. The program does this by promoting code and construction uniformity and by providing required continuing education to contractors, inspection professionals, and licensed designers.
All contractors working in Roeland Park must be registered with the City and licensed with the County. Please visit the Johnson County Contractor Licensing Program webpage for information on obtaining proper licensing. In addition, if you are a roofing contractor, you must be registered with the State of Kansas under the Kansas Roofing Registration Act of 2013.
Pay your License or permits Online
***There is a convenience charged per transaction if you pay via the internet.
You can pay for your building permit through the internet. To pay by this method please have your credit card or check. Your building permit number is required to pay online. You will need to contact the City Building Official at City Hall at (913) 722-2600.
We accept the following cards(s): Discover, MasterCard, Visa. We also accept electronic fund transfers from the following bank account type: Savings or Checking
Inspection requests are taken in person at City Hall or by telephone during office hours. Please allow 24 hours notice when requesting inspections.
Building permits are required for many reasons including:
- To protect you, your family, friends, neighbors, neighborhood, and property values.
- To ensure that the work performed on your property is safe, that it meets environmental standards, and complies with City zoning and construction codes.
- To protect your property investment and to minimize liability or problems during a future sale of your property
|Downloadable Documents – I want to Build/Construct|