Different types of applications require different kinds of attachments. For example, residential building permit applications require different attachments than Agricultural building permit applications.
To add attachments, please follow these steps:
- Open an existing application or create a new application
- Scroll down to the Attachments tile near the bottom of the Application Dashboard
- Expand the Attachments tile by clicking the Open button near the right side of the Attachments tile. Once expanded, it should look like this:
- To upload attachments, you have two options:
- Drag and drop files
- Select files from your computer
- To use the drag and dropmethod, please follow these steps:
- Locate the attachment on your computer
- Drag and drop it anywhere within the grey box which is bordered by a black dashed line
- To use the select files from your computermethod, please follow these steps:
- Click the click here button which is highlighted in blue
- A file selector window should now appear. Please navigate to the location of where your attachments are located on your computer
- Click Open located near the bottom right of the window
- Once you have uploaded an attachment, it should appear like this:
- Select the type of the attachment (site plan, elevations, etc.). NOTE: An attachment can be numerous types. For example, if you are uploading one PDF which contains several attachment types, simply add the applicable types.
- Input a drawing number and description (optional)
- Click the Done button near the bottom of the window.
NOTE: To satisfy the required attachments section of your application, you must submit all of the required attachments. For example, if an application requires you to submit a site plan, elevation drawings, and a site grading plan, you must upload all three before being able to submit your application. Please ensure you have uploaded all of the required attachments before you proceed.
Note: When documents are uploaded to Evolve, they are converted into PDF/A format, which is an official archive format.