Development Services Center

EnerGov DSC Online FAQ

EnerGov DSC Online Frequently Asked Questions

1, How do I schedule inspections?
View the Scheduling Inspections document.

2. How do I register as a subcontractor?
How to Register a Subcontractor.

3. How do I add a contact to a permit?
How to Add Contacts Online to a Permit.

4. How do I see the status of my plan review?
Your plan review can be viewed so long as you are a contact on the permit.  You will see the reviews in the Submittal section of the permit page.  Click the submittal that you are looking for more information on and it will show you the details and the timelines of that review.

6. How do I pay a fee on my permit?
On the right side of the main permit page, you will see the Remaining Fees section if you are a contact connected to the permit.  The fee payment process can begin by click in the "Pay" link next to the fees you want to pay.  Once paid, the paid fees and their connected invoices will appear on the left side of the page with links provided for copies of the invoice and the receipt.

1. Why can't I schedule an inspection on a permit?
In order to be able to schedule an inspection on a permit, you must be listed as a contact on the permit.  The originator of the permit can add you as a contact on the permit.

2. Why can't I register as a subcontractor?
If you are getting an error that indicates that there isn't a proper license available to register as a subcontractor, it could be one of two issues.  You might not be listed as a contact on the permit or the contact listed isn't related to the company entity which is the type of contact that holds the Nevada State Contractor Board licensing information that is validated against to ensure that a licensed contractor is being utilized for the discipline that a subcontractor voucher is being applied for.

3.Why can't I add any contacts to my permit?
If you do not see the Update Contacts button at the bottom of the Contact Details section, then the system does not recognize you as a contact on the permit.  You will need someone who is listed to add you as a contact.  That is unless, the permit is closed.  Once a permit is final, editing of the contacts is disabled.