Contractor Registration

Join our Fire Prevention Department for quarterly Coffee and Codes seminars.

Due to the COVID-19 virus, The Building Department will accept emailed or mailed contractor registration. Please email completed registration forms, required SIGNED bonds and/or licenses to:

BldgInspections@palatine.il.us

You will receive a confirmation email once documents are received. The Village requests payments for contractor registration to be mailed or checks submitted to our exterior utility payment drop box located at the front entry of Village Hall. Please include a copy of your registration form with your check. We do not offer an over the phone payment system at this time. 

Please understand that we are currently following the CDC guidelines for social distancing and request that you do the same.

If no confirmation email is received within 24 business hours, please call our office at (847) 359-9042.

Mailing address:

Village of Palatine, Attn: Building Department, 200 E. Wood St. Palatine IL 60067

Please be advised that due to COVID-19 reduced staffing our current plan review timelines have been suspended. We will review your project as efficiently as possible. We appreciate your understanding. 

Useful Documents

Plumbing License Law

Per (225 ILCS 320/37) (from Ch. 111, par. 1135) of The Illinois Plumbing License Law

"A letter of intent shall be included with all plumbing permit applications. The letter shall be written on the licensed plumber of record’s business stationery and shall include the license holder’s signature and, if the license holder is incorporated, the license holder’s corporate seal. If the license holder is not incorporated, the letter must be notarized."

Renovation, Repair & Painting

In April 2010, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (USEPA) new rule, the Renovation, Repair and Painting (RRP) rule, requires contractors performing renovation, repair and painting projects that disturb lead-based paint in homes, child care facilities, and schools built before 1978 to be certified by the USEPA and to follow specific work practices to prevent lead contamination.