Does my permit expire? If so, when?

A zoning permit expires (becomes invalid) after one year from the date of issuance.

A building permit expires (becomes invalid) unless the authorized construction work begins within 180 days after the permit’s issuance or if the authorized construction work permit is suspended or abandoned for 180 days after the work has commenced. A permit holder may submit a written request for an extension of time to commence construction for just cause. The building code official may grant extensions of time to commence construction in writing. A permit may be valid for no more than 5 years from its issue date.

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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?