The Town of Ahoskie Inspection Department is responsible for the enforcement of the North Carolina State Building Codes within the Town of Ahoskie jurisdiction.
This includes the review and issuance of all permits for construction of commercial, single family, multi-family, buildings and structures.
Permits are also issued for accessory structures such as swimming pools, decks, storage buildings, garages, carports, etc.
Once approved regular inspections are made on each permit issued and a Certificate of Occupancy is issued after the completion of the project.
The department also enforces the Minimum Housing Code of the Town of Ahoskie.
Meet Paul Vaughan, the Town of Ahoskie's Chief Code Enforcement Officer & Building Inspector. Mr. Vaughan joined our team in June of 2014. Mr. Vaughan has many certifications qualifying him for this position, including, Level III Certifications in Building, Electrical, Mechanical, and Plumbing; Level I in Fire; CAMA; and Flood Plain Management. Mr. Vaughan has many years of Code Enforcement Experience and over 34 years of experience as a Licensed Electrical Contractor. He is married. He and his wife have 4 sons and 4 grandchildren.
The Town of Ahoskie Inspection Department is committed to the protection of the life, safety, health and welfare of all of its citizens by complying with local, state, and federal laws by ensuring that the public and private buildings are constructed or remodeled in accordance with minimum codes; and, all services are provided at the highest level of efficiency and professionalism.
The Building Inspections Office
Permits and questions may be submitted electronically to email@example.com.
(252) 862-8402 or (252) 287-5632
Building and Sign Permits and Code Enforcement
- Building a New Home
- Commercial Building Permit Requirements
- Demolition Commercial and Residential Requirements
- Detached Residential Accessory Building
- Sign Permit
- Building Permit Application
- Town of Ahoskie Housing Code