Building & Development
General Permitting Process for Residential and Commercial Building
Please check the specific building code requirements in the City of West Lake Hills Code of Ordinances. Many of your questions can be answered there or in the FAQs. If you have questions about the application requirements or process please contact Mark Littrell at email@example.com or Kathy Roche at Kroche@westlakehills.gov After your application is deemed administratively compete, it can take up to 4 weeks to get your first round of comments. The applicant will then need to provide a comment response letter addressing each comment in addition to any revised documentation requested by the City. These two steps will be repeated until all the comments are addressed. Then the permit will be issued or denied.
The City of West Lake Hills will be implementing MyPermitNow as the permitting software beginning July 26, 2021.
The Customer Help Guide explains how to create an account. All applications beginning August 1, 2021 will be required to be submitted through MyPermitNow. If you need help creating an account or submitting an application please contact https://www.mygovernmentonline.org/#contactus .
To apply for a permit go to www.mypermitnow.org.
Information on specific building code requirements can be located at the City of West Lake Hills Ordinances.
Please contact staff if you need further clarification or have any questions not covered in our Frequently Asked Questions page.
All construction projects are subject to stormwater management. PLEASE READ STORMWATER MANAGEMENT AT CONSTRUCTION SITES: Stormwater Management at Construction Sites
|Acknowledgement of Code of Ordinances|
Commercial Building Permit Application
|Commercial Permit Fees|
|Demo Permit Application|
|Fence Permit Request|
|Onsite Sewage Facilities|
Residential Building Permit Application
|Residential Permit Fees |
|Short Term Rental License Application|
Small Project Application
|Swimming Pool Completeness Checklist|
Wastewater - New Connection Forms
|Sign Permit Checklist|
|Sign Permit Application|
|Banner Sign Application|
The purpose of the Drainage and Erosion Control Design Manual is to establish standard principles and practices for the planning, design, construction, maintenance, and management of stormwater drainage, erosion control, and water quality facilities within the City of West Lake Hills and its ETJ.
Ashby Grundman, AICPDirector of Building & Development ServicesPhone: (512) 610-6838
Rick RogersCity InspectorPhone: (512) 610-6827
Alex SanchezCity InspectorPhone: (512) 610-6836
Mark LittrellZoning & Planning SecretaryPhone: (512) 610-6822
Kathy RocheDevelopment CoordinatorPhone: (512) 610-6826