Where can I apply for a construction permit?

Please Note:  The DPIE Building is currently closed to the public.  DPIE is serving customers through teleworking, electronic and virtual processes. During this time, please use the ePermits Online Portal.

(The Permit Center is currently CLOSED to the public, located at 9400 Peppercorn Place, 1st Floor, Largo, Maryland, processes all applications for construction permits. Operational intake hours are Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.; Wednesdays 9 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.)

For more information, contact the Permit Information Line at (301) 883-5776.


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1. Who do I call to register a complaint regarding a vacant lot that needs to be cleaned?
2. My neighbor’s grass is knee high. Who should I call to report this problem?
3. Who do I contact about repairs that need to be made in my apartment?
4. Can I operate an auto repair business out of my house?
5. How many unlicensed vehicles can I keep on my property?
6. How do I obtain a Rental License to rent my single-family house?
7. Where can I apply for a construction permit?
8. How do I obtain the necessary information to prepare my permit application?
9. I just bought a lot and want to build my own house. Can I do this?
10. What is the easiest way for me to schedule an inspection of my work?
11. Water enters my basement every time it rains. What actions can I take to correct the problem?
12. Our organization is planning a public meeting to include a discussion on the services provided by the Department of Permitting, Inspections and Enforcement. Can you help?
13. How do I apply for a permit online?
14. What is needed to apply for each type of permit?
15. What fees are associated with my permit?
16. How long can I expect the process to take?
17. Who needs a Site/Road permit and why?
18. What types of Site/Road permits does DPIE issue?
19. What can I do when I see a problem in the roadway in a residential subdivision or commercial development that is under construction (i.e., safety issues, drainage problems, potholes, etc.)?