We have done for permitting and licensing what TurboTax® has done for taxes. CivicServ is the latest and greatest permitting and licensing platform available today whose features and functionality was driven from a 2015 effort from the Small Business Administration and 50 U.S. Cities to build better tooling. Their goal is to make permitting and licensing easier than ever before; we've delivered. After 3 years of development and customer-centered design, we have the most comprehensive and complete platform on the market.
From commercial building permits to roofing permits, CivicServ can beautifly handle any permitting scenario in minutes. Don't worry about complexity, plan review process, zoning or land use concerns,
will do all of this for you.
It's been built for it!
CivicServ collects and works with your official permit and license forms. Site plans, trade licenses from the State, conditional-use forms, TIF / Enterprise Zone applications...all of these are fully available to applicants and managed within CivicServ .
CivicServ has point-click integrations with ESRI GIS to ensure we leverage the success and power of your GIS platofmrs. Is the applicant in a flood zone? What about a TIF district? Does the land use codes permit this type of business? We can accomplish a ton when we team up with GIS systems and automatically collect these answers for you in real time.
We understand that permitting processes can be complicated and situational. As part of our solution for your city, we sit down and process map these situations so that we can automate them.
Every client gets end to end service. From PDF Form management to Citizen Access Portal construction, we are there the entire way. All we need from you is a subject matter expert from each department. We take it from there.
We pride ourselves in our ability to integrate with third party solutions. Are you looking to integrate with Esri, Accela, Sharepoint, or a payment processing system? We can help get things done to automate your back-office management needs.
We would love to discuss how your city's efforts to go paperless and digital is progressing. Let's talk.