Do I need to post a copy of my permit on-site?

There is not a specific requirement to post the permit on-site, however, the permit holder must keep a
copy of the permit and any released plans on the work site until the completion
of the construction.

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1. I am planning a project, but need a site map or plot plans for my permit. How can I obtain this information?
2. How much does a Building permit cost in Easttown Township?
3. I did not receive an automated payment request email from noreply@traisr.com after receiving notice of permit approval. What do I do?
4. Do I need to post a copy of my permit on-site?
5. Does my permit expire? If so, when?
6. My permit has already been issued. I'd like to make changes to the originally approved plans. What do I do?
7. How can I change a contractor on my permit?
8. Electrical - How do I submit an electrical permit?
9. Electrical - What is a third party electrical underwriter?
10. Electrical - What third party agencies are approved electrical underwriters for Easttown Township?
11. Emergency - I had an repair performed without a permit due to an emergency. How do I obtain a permit?
12. Plumbing/Sewer - What is the difference between a Plumbing permit and a Sanitary Sewer permit?
13. How can I obtain a temporary/conditional certificate of occupancy?
14. My building project is now complete. When will I receive my final Certificate of Occupancy?