Building Permits

A building permit is required for new additions, structural alterations, decks, complete roof replacement, and new construction. All building and zoning inquiries must first come through the code enforcement desk to begin processing. If a building permit is issued and construction has not begun, then the permit will be valid for 6 months. Once construction begins, the building permit will be good for 5 years.

Project Plans & Application

All permits must come with corresponding plans for project, as well as contractor information. If a contractor is not being used, please fill out this form and submit with the permit application. Submitting an application with incomplete information will delay processing.


Residential Construction permits require inspections. The specific inspections will be listed once a permit is issued.

Plan Review and Electrical Inspections

Code Enforcement Associates (C.E.A.) assist the Borough's code enforcement officer with plan review, residential alterations and commercial Inspections. C.E.A. is also the only certified electrical inspector accepted in the Borough of Baldwin. CEA can be reached at 412-405-8231.

Fees & Payments

  • Payment methods accepted are:
  • Cash
  • Check
  • Credit card
  • Debit card
  • Money order

Building Permit Report

The Borough publishes data on types and locations of building permits that have been issued since 2014. Check out the report on Open Gov, our interactive online transparency tool.

Building Permit Documents