You know, now that I think about it, I've never run across one. Although, I do know that some areas only regulate very specific areas of remodeling, such as asbestos abatement and black mold removal, while leaving other forms of remodeling untouched. However, even if the city doesn't have their own regulations in place, the construction company will still be required to follow state and federal laws. I guess for some cities that is enough protection.
Getting a permit for home remodeling can be frustrating for homeowners due to the huge majority of applicants. While rules may vary from country to country or state to state, it's advisable to contact your local permitting office to know exactly if you need a permit.
In the United States, building codes and regulations are typically enforced at the local level, which means that cities and towns have the authority to establish their own guidelines for house remodeling and construction. Therefore, the specific regulations and guidelines can widely vary. Larger cities often have more comprehensive and detailed building codes, zoning regulations, and design guidelines, which include structural changes, electrical and plumbing work, and aesthetic considerations