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Home » All City Services » Permits & Licenses » Using the One Stop App » I Had Access To Mechanical/Electrical Permits, But Now I Don't
Your license must be current and valid to be able to use the mechanical and electrical permit types. If your license expires, you will lose access until you have renewed it. Once your renewal is issued, you don't have to do anything more to regain access to your permit types.
It's not possible to renew your license online, but you can find the renewal forms and requirements at the following links:
If you renewed your license following the December 13, 2019 cyber-attack when our office was accepting paper applications only, or if you believe your license status is in error, please call (504) 658-7100 and select the appropriate division.
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