Construction work is classified and regulated in various ways in North Carolina. Certain state, county, city, and commercial projects have their own bonding requirements. These bonds come in many different names (permit, performance, improvement, subdivision), but all serve a function to provide a fiscal guarantee to the entity requiring the bond. Select the permit bond needed from the list below or call us if you don't see yours listed: (855) 296-2663.
The Land Use Management Ordinance in Chapel Hill requires a Land Improvement Bond prior to play approval.
Any land development being completed in Charlotte requires the contractor to obtain a permit bond prior to starting work.
Developers performing subdivision work in Durham must get a Development Infrastructure Completion Bond.
Needed for developers seeking final plat approval prior to completing public improvements in Greensboro.
The Guilford County Development Ordinance mandates those whose project disturbs over one acre of land to get a bond.
Haywood County permit bond enforced with a limit in the amount of $2,500 times the number of acres of land disturbed.
High Point enforces a permit bond for subdivision developers prior to beginning land improvement work.
Needed for projects including trees, landscaping, streets, & sidewalks, as well as those involving roadway maintenance.
Permit bond required by the Land Use and Environmental Services Agency for contractors performing work in the county.
Prior to requesting plat approval, developers must submit a surety bond to Mecklenburg County.
Contractors performing land improvement work in Pinehurst must first submit a bond to the city.
Needed when public improvements are being performed as part of a subdivision plan in Raleigh.
Subdivision Permit Bond required by Rowan County for contractors prior to receiving plat approval.
In both the City of Winston-Salem and Forsyth County, Site Improvement Bonds are required for subdivision developers.
Developers pulling a permit to disturb over five acres of land in Asheville must first obtain a surety bond.
Stormwater Control Bond required by Buncombe County prior to contractors beginning work.
A permit bond must be submitted alongside a sedimentation and erosion plan to Durham County.
Performance bond to be submitted to the County of Durham alongside a stormwater control plan.
When applying for a grading permit, Greensboro requires developers to get a permit bond.
Prior to recording a plat for a project, Greensboro requires a bond along with a stormwater control plan.
Needed to receive a grading permit if their project disturbs greater than one acre of land.
Jackson County requires a permit bond in an amount based on the number of acres disturbed.
House Moving Bond needed by companies moving a building into the City of Greensboro.
Highway Encroachment Continuing Indemnity Bond through the DOT for multiple right-of-way highway projects.