Do my permits or plans ever expire?

Yes, if the work authorized on the site by such permit has not commenced within 180 days or is suspended and/or abandoned for a period of 180 days after its issuance. A new code cycle is adopted every 3 years. Expired plans may need to be revised to meet the current code cycle. 

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1. How do I know if I live within the City of San Gabriel boundaries or LA County?
2. How long does it take to review plans for a building plan check?
3. I have an inspection scheduled. When can I find out the time the inspector will be coming out?
4. How soon will I be able to schedule an inspection after I call?
5. What department is responsible for scheduling occupancy inspections?
6. Do my permits or plans ever expire?
7. Where can I find a copy of the city's municipal code?
8. What year/version of the building codes have been adopted and are currently being enforced by the City?
9. Is a City permit required for re-roofing?
10. What are the plan check fees?