A Certificate of Occupancy is a document that allows a business to operate in a specific location. It ensures that a business complies with zoning ordinances as well as any structural or fire/life/safety codes, thereby assuring that the building is ready for occupancy. A Certificate of Occupancy is required for all uses other than single-family homes.
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