How long after getting a driveway / apron / sidewalk / curb permit, must the work start?

The work must start within one year of getting the permit.

Permits are good for one year from date of issue.

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1. Do I need a permit to replace my driveway, sidewalk or curb and if so what is the fee?
2. Do I need a permit to seal my driveway?
3. Do I need two separate permits for a shared driveway?
4. How long after getting a driveway / apron / sidewalk / curb permit, must the work start?
5. I am installing a new driveway; what are the specifications that I must follow?
6. What are the specifications and PSI (pounds per square inches) for a sidewalk?
7. Who is responsible for maintaining the curb and sidewalk?
8. Do I need to schedule an inspection of my sidewalk / driveway after the concrete is poured?
9. How do I schedule a driveway, sidewalk, curb, or apron inspection before the concrete is poured for the forms?