Wagoner County inspection requirements and schedule
Be sure to place your address and/or building permit number on a board at the front of your building site so the inspector can clearly see it from the road.
Temporary builders pole (only AEP), you will need to set up your account with AEP. If you have other than AEP, you will need to obtain your permit first and then go to the electric company so they can set up your new service.
Footing requirements: single story needs to be 12” wide by 18” deep into undisturbed soil with a total of four (4) rows of no. 5 rebar with first two (2) rows 4” from bottom of the ditch and other two (2) bars should split the difference between top and bottom of ditch as long as the last two (2) bars are above the first two (2) rows of rebar, should be set 24” around the corners. One and a half (1 ½) story or higher will be 18” wide by 24” deep minimum with same rebar instructions.
A footing inspection will be made after rebar is in place and before concrete is poured. A pier inspection for pole structures will be done after holes are dug and before concrete is poured.
Mobile home piers or runners must be inspected before they are poured.
Plumbing rough and all wiring must be in place before meter is set.
Frame will be inspected when roof is blacked in (2 x 12 headers are required inside and outside.)
Rafter ties, collar ties, and hurricane clips shall be not less than 2” by 4” and spaced not more than 4’ on center. Metal straps at the garage door header needs to be connected at the top plates to hold down in high winds, up lift not less than 2” by 36” one on each side.
Plumbing top out and overhead duct work.
Permanent electric meter on structure- one (1) GIF outlet must be wired up and one breaker must team up with outlet (place order with AEP/PSO and we will fax the inspection in after it has passed) meter can must have neutral wire identified by wrapping with white tape.
Gas meter- you must have eleven (11) pounds of pressure on the line using a pressure gauge. You need a valve and union immediately adjacent to the home, or if mobile home it must be outside the skirting.
Tinhorn and mailbox inspections must be made before project is completed.
An overall final and certificate of occupancy inspection are required on all new construction.
Our inspector is Harold Lively. Inspection called in before 9:30 a.m. will be made the same day and after 9:30 a.m. will be next day. You must have the permit number when you call in. call (918)485-8123 for all county inspections.
Our office is open Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. All re-inspection fees are $35.00.
You may call in after hours and leave your inspection request on our voicemail. Be sure to include your permit number and what kind of inspection you need. Please leave a return phone number should we have questions.
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