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The One Stop Application website allows citizens to apply for certain types of building permits, electrical, plumbing and mechanical permits, sign permits and licenses. It also allows citizens to track and search for permits, licenses, planning projects, and code enforcement violations throughout the City of Salina. The website will also allow users to request permit inspections.
You can save travel and waiting time by filing for permits and licenses online and checking your application’s status any time of day or night. You can also pay permit and license fees online, and download and print your own building permits and other documents.
If you need immediate action on a permit application, or if you have a complicated complicated circumstance or are not sure what is required for the project you’re planning, it is best to come to County Building, 300 W. Ash, for guidance.

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Yes, our website is smart phone and mobile device friendly.
To send a suggestion, give feedback, or report a technical issue, please email us at support@onestop.com.
Yes, you can still apply for your permit or license in person by visiting the physical location of the One Stop.
Yes, our website uses the latest online security technology to ensure that your information is protected at all times.
No, our online services are offered free of charge. You are only responsible for the cost of your permit or application.
The physical One Stop is located 300 W Ash St.
Permits, Room 205
Licensing, Room 206

With the exception of applications that require an application fee or plan review fee to be paid at the time of application, you will be able to pay for your fees online using a credit or debit card.

Once your permit application is approved you will be notified by email, and when you view your application on the OneStopApp you will see a “Pay Fees” link on the same line as the “View”, “Print Summary”, and “Add to Watch List” links.

When you click on the “Pay Fees” link the fees will be added to your shopping cart, where you will be able to review them before submitting payment. You can pay for up to 10 fees at one time.

If your credit card’s billing address is different than the mailing address you used when you registered for the OneStopApp, please make sure to click the “Specify my billing address” button.

First, make sure to leave off city, state, zip code, and any apartment or suite number if your address has one. Only type in the house number and street name and hit Search. You’ll be able to enter an apartment/suite number on the next screen, and we don’t need the city, state, or zip code to locate the address.

If you’ve tried entering an address without an apartment/suite number, city, state, or zip code and still can’t find it, please call the One Stop Shop for assistance in determining what the legal address is for the location you’re searching for.

There is no limit to the size of a project when you file an online application. Larger-scale projects may require more documentation, which you can upload with your application or send to your Plan Reviewer once you are assigned one.

Yes. You will receive an email when your permit or license application is approved. If we need more information before we can approve your permit or license application, our analysts and/or reviewers will contact you using the email address or phone number you provided when you registered as a OneStopApp user.
You can apply for as many individual permits/business licenses as you want. You can view the summary of your current and past applications by using the “Your Items” button.
Yes, we are working on adding additional permit and license types to our online application website.
As soon as your application is submitted, you will receive a confirmation email acknowledging that we received your application. A received application is subject to review by City staff and if that review determines that the application is complete, we will process it. In some cases, City Staff will need additional information and/or clarification regarding your application and will contact you. You will receive a notification email as soon as a decision has been made regarding your application.
All that’s left before your permit or license can be issued is payment. You can pay online using Visa, MasterCard, or Discover, or you can bring in a check or money order. As soon as your permit or license is paid for, you’ll be able to download and print your permit or temporary license document.

We accept Visa, MasterCard, and Discover online or in person. You can also pay in person with a check, cash or money order at the One Stop Shop at 300 W Ash St.

The City of Salina does not charge a credit card convenience fee

Once the application is approved and fees are paid, you can download your permit or license from the completed payment page. You can also find it again any time by finding the permit or license in Your Items and clicking the “Downloads” link beneath the permit or license header.

Sometimes you may need to come to the City-County Building to pick up other approved documents related to your permit or license.

About One Stop App

The One Stop Application allows you to search permit data on-line. You may also create an account to submit permit or license applications, track the progress and make payments.

Need help?

We’ve created a webpage that explains each permit or license step-by-step and gives you detailed information about fees, required forms and related items.

Online Help

Report a Problem

Trouble with your application? Please report your problem to lamasupport@salina.org

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