Notice of Correction (NOC)
A formal notice of items found during the course of an inspection which must be corrected before approval is granted.
Notice of Violation (NOV)
Notice of Violation: a formal notice of at least one specific area of non-compliance with the Idaho Statutes & Rules as administered by the Division of Building Safety.
An Enforcement Permit is issued only by a state inspector and only in cases where a contractor or homeowner has failed to purchase a required permit for work already completed. Fees charged for an Enforcement Permit are double the original amount due to the failure to permit.
What is a permit?
A permit grants the holder authorization to perform specific construction and/or installation work. Permits are assigned a unique document number which is required when requesting inspections and approval of the work.
- The law requires you to permit your manufactured home, electrical, plumbing & HVAC work with the Division of Building Safety to ensure compliance with proper installation & safety standards.
- Call 1-800-955-3044 to verify what permits are required for your jobsite.
- Apply for permits online or visit any of our offices.
What is an Installation Tag? An installation tag is used to maintain a registry of new manufactured home installations in the State of Idaho.
- Call 1-800-839-9239 and request an inspection. To do this you will need your permit number and Inspection Code for the IVR.
- Go to eTRAKiT online and log in
- Select “permits” to search for your permit
- Enter your permit number
- Click on your permit number
- Under actions (on the left) choose “Request Inspection”
- Fill in the required information
- Choose your inspection type
- Choose the date
- Click on “Add inspection”
- Click “Submit”
- Verify the inspection and click “OK”
Public Works Contractors licensees and Construction Manager licensees have statewide jurisdiction on any project that involves public funding. A list of electrical, plumbing, HVAC and Manufactured Housing inspectors is available for your reference. You may also contact (800) 955-3044.