If you need help determining if a permit is required, contact us! You can send an email that includes the property address, details for the proposed work, and the total cost to email@example.com.
If any of the conditions below are part of a Residential Building Permit application, a Zoning Compliance Permit is required. Please discuss with Planning staff in Building & Development Services if you are unsure.
500 s.f. or more of impervious surface;
1,500 s.f. or more of land disturbance;
Grading or filling;
5 feet or less from the Resource Conservation District or Jordan Riparian Buffer boundaries;
Encroachment into the 100-year floodplain;
Encroachment into steep slopes per LUMO Section 5.3.2 (400 s.f. or greater of slopes 15% or greateR);
Inside the Historic District; or
Adding an accessory dwelling unit.
Applying for a Permit
You may submit an application by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or through the online permitting system if you have registered for an account. Please review the residential permit application checklist for details on all of the required documents for your submittal.
Up to 5 business days
5 business days
Applications that don’t require plan review (trade work such as change-outs or generator installations, etc.)
2 business days
The time may increase if there is a zoning element but you will be notified