Indoor Construction Regulations

kitchen-1From The Office of
Ralph Sorce,
Building Commissioner

 The cooler weather is on its way and many residents and business owners will be performing indoor construction projects to their homes and businesses.

The Building Department of the village of Melrose Park is pleased to see the improvements within our neighborhood.

Remember, before starting any construction project; obtain a building permit from the Building Department. All contractors performing work are required to obtain a contractor’s license with the village.

Rough and final inspections are to be performed to make sure work is being performed to code

If you are planning to update your home or business, or if you have any questions, please come into the Building Department at 1000 N. 25th Ave., call us at (708) 343-4000, Ext. 4470, or send an email to rsorce@melrosepark.org.

Most forms are below:

• Debris Hauling Contractor’s License Application
Vacant Property Registration

Permit Application Page 1
Permit Application Page 2
Building Codes
Certificate of Compliance Application
Contractor’s Registration Application
Electrical Permit Application
• Form 3500
• Form 4000
Items Covered in Cert of Compliance Inspection (Sale)
Sign Application
Process of Selling a Property
Vending and Amusement License Application

Please note that registration does not replace building permits or other required information.

General contractors are responsible to assure that all their sub-contractors are licensed in Melrose Park. Failure to do so may result in citations, fines and work stoppage on site.