Schedule an Inspection

 
Building Permit Inspections 
***Inspections must be scheduled prior to 4:00 p.m. for next day inspections 
We are unable to schedule same day inspections. 
 
You can call the Inspection Hotline at (208) 472-2920 or 
Complete the Inspection Request Form online. 

Please include your name, phone number, the Building Permit # & Project Address in your voicemail. Speak slowly & clearly or your inspection request may not be logged. 
 
MEP Inspections 
Projects Reviewed by DOPL: 
For Mechanical, Electrical, Plumbing permits & inspections contact The Division of Occupational & Professional Licenses
Boise Office: 
11341 W. Chinden Boulevard, Boise ID 83714
 
 
Projects Reviewed by Safebuilt: 
For Mechanical, Electrical, Plumbing Inspections please call Garden City's Inspections Hotline (208) 472-2920 or Click Here.
Mechanical Inspections: $100/hr per Inspection
Electrical/Plumbing: $120/hr per Inspection
 
 
NACFR Inspections
For fire sprinkler, fire alarm, hood suppression, & fire code inspections contact: North Ada County Fire and Rescue administered through Boise Fire
 
To schedule inspections: click here or call (208) 608-7070
 Cut offs: 7:30 am for same-day pm; afternoon for next-day 
 
Inspections will not be conducted if fees have not been paid or the permit is not posted on the site.


Frequently Asked Questions: 
 
Can I request a specific time for an Inspection? 
We cannot schedule specific times with Inspectors however, if you prefer AM or PM we can include your time preference in our notes to the Inspectors and they will try their best to accommodate your request. 
 
If I am not on site during the Inspection, will Inspectors leave their results for me to review?
Typically, they will not leave any information regarding the results of your inspection. You can call Garden City to check on the status of your inspection or you can contact the Inspectors directly to discuss your inspection results. 
 
If my structure passed a final inspection, may I immediately occupy the structure? 
It is unlawful to utilize a structure that has not received a Certificate of Occupancy. If the structure has passed a final inspection, it may not be occupied until all final inspections are approved and a Certificate of Occupancy is issued.