CITY OF CLEVELAND –
DEPARTMENT OF BUILDING AND HOUSING
You can now download certain permit application forms required for submission to the Division of Building & Housing. After you've printed the forms, review the submission requirements and the fee schedules. When you've completed the permit application, bring it and your check (payable to City of Cleveland) to Room 505, City Hall, 601 Lakeside Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio 44114 for approval and processing.
What forms are available?
- Plumbing, Sewer and Gas Piping Systems Application for Permit
- Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning/Refrigeration Application for Permit
- Electrical Wiring and Systems Application for Permit
Permit Fee Schedule Click Here
- Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning & Refrigeration Permit Fee Schedule Click Here
- Plumbing Electrical Wiring and Equipment Permit Fee Schedule Click Here
- Fixtures, Appliance and Piping Permit Fee Schedule Click Here
- Requirements for Submission of Plans/Specifications Click Here
- Requirements for Submission of Plans for New Home Construction Click Here
Need additional assistance not listed here? Contact Jacki Adams at (216) 588-1440, ext 114.
Mayor's Office of Equal Opportunity
Cleveland Area Small Businesses, Minority Business Enterprises, and Female Business Enterprises are urged to apply for certification through the Mayor's Office of Equal Opportunity.
Minority-Owned, Female-Owned and Small Business Open Houses
216.664.2620 - Weekdays 8 am to 5 pm – for more information Click Here
On the first Tuesday of every month from 9:30 am to 12:30 pm, the City of Cleveland’s Division of Purchasing and Supplies hosts open houses for minority owned, female owned and Cleveland small businesses. The purpose of these open houses is to educate attendees on how to compete for City business.
Participants receive a tour of the Bid Room and meet one-on-one with City Buyers assigned to purchase their type of products.
Cleveland Area Business Program Certification Application
216.664.4152 - Weekdays 8 am to 5 pm - F: 216.664.3870
The Cuyahoga County Office of Procurement & Diversity (OPD) is responsible for the procurement of equipment, materials, supplies, construction and services for all of the County departments, agencies, and elected officials in a manner which is cost effective and in compliance with the laws of the State of Ohio and the policies of Cuyahoga County.
OFFICE OF PROCUREMENT and DIVERSITY
Find out how to learn about bid opportunities – click here
Vendor registration – click here
Small Business Enterprise Certification – click here
STATE of OHIO
Ohio Business Gateway
Make Sure You Have the Proper Licenses and Permits
The Ohio Business Gateway Licenses and Permits page provides a list of professional licenses and business permits necessary to do business in the State. These licenses and permits satisfy State requirements only. Check with your city and county governments to find out what licenses and permits they require.
Information to assist businesses to operate legally in the State of Ohio.
The Minority Business Enterprise Division has developed new tools for strengthening opportunities available to minority businesses.
The program is designed to facilitate access to state government contracts and business services for EDGE certified businesses. The EDGE program establishes goals for state agencies in awarding contracts to certified EDGE businesses. EDGE procurement contracts apply to: goods and services, professional services, information technology services, construction, architecture and engineering.
The Minority Business Enterprise (MBE) Unit. The Unit has the responsibility for implementing the State of Ohio's minority business set-aside program making them eligible to participate in the state's set aside program, as well as assisting state agencies with the selection of set aside contracts, maintaining a list of certified minority business enterprises, monitoring program compliance, and conducting research & reporting. The MBE
OHIO PTAC - Procurement Technical Assistance Centers
The PTA centers help Ohio's businesses sell goods and services to local, state and federal governments. In addition to services like marketing, one-on-one training and help with information resources, the Ohio PTA Centers offer: bid-matching services, product and procurement histories, military specifications, and trade events where Ohio firms can meet government buyers. These services are provided at no cost to Ohio businesses.
GSA – U.S. General Service Administration
As the federal government’s purchasing agent, GSA connects federal purchasers with the most cost-effective and high-quality commercial products and services. Find out how to purchase the products and services you need from thousands of commercial vendors, or learn how to sell products to federal agencies and employees.
Procurement Technical Assistance Center (PTAC)
PTAC's mission is to assist small businesses in selling to local, state and federal government. Procurement Technical Assistance Centers (PTACs) form a nationwide network of procurement professionals dedicated to providing you - at little or no cost:
- An understanding of the requirements of government contracting, and the know-how to obtain and perform federal, state, and local government contracts