Electronic Plans Only for Building Permit Submittals

On June 1, 2023, the City and County of Honolulu, Department of Planning and Permitting announced:

“Beginning July 1, 2023, the DPP will only accept ePlans submissions for ALL building permits requiring plans and will no longer accept paper plans. (100% ready for construction paper plans that have been submitted no later than June 30, 2023 at 4:30 pm may remain as submitted via paper. Any paper plans currently in queue will expire 365 days following the date of application a permit. [ROH Title V Chapter 18 Section 18-6.4(a)]).  The DPP will continue to accept paper plans for civil drawings associated with commercial building permit applications until a phasing process is eventually established.

Applications for permits will require the same information entered through the website(opens in a new tab). After the Internet Building Permit Application has been submitted, you will receive a link to submit remaining plans/documents via ePlans. All communications will be processed through ePlans.

All plans must comply with the Building Permit Plan Format Checklist(opens in a new tab) or will be rejected. The only changes from paper plans to ePlans will be the Bot ensuring that for each sheet there is the required approval stamp space at the top right corner and the appropriate file name format.”

Source: www.honolulu.gov/dpp/dpp-announcements

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