Forms

Resources and Forms

  • Building Permit Application: This application is required to apply for a building, hot tub, or demolition permit. 
  • Technical Permit Application: This application is required to apply for any technical permits, including mechanical, plumbing, fireplace, electrical, and temporary power.
  • Park Home Permit Application: This application is required to apply for the installation of a park home in an approved location. 
  • Photovoltaic Permit Application: This application is required to apply for photovoltaic (solar) systems.
  • Window Permit Application:  This application is required to apply for a permit to replace existing windows or glass doors (like for like only), not associated with a building permit.  A plan review is required for commercial window replacement.
  • Fee Schedule: The fee schedule helps you calculate the costs associated with obtaining a permit.
  • Building Permit Submittal Checklist: A list of required documents due at the time of your submittal for a building permit (these items apply primarily to new single-family residences and additions). Items in bold are required at the time of application. 
  • Sustainable Code Checklist: Required sustainable code compliance for new single-family residences. A signed copy of the checklist is required at the time of application. 
  • Demo Permit Submittal Checklist: A list of required documents due at the time of your submittal for a demo permit.
  • Park Home Requirements: An overview of submittal documents, permits, inspections and general requirements for park home installations. 
  • Building Inspection Department Matrix: The matrix lists external agencies, such as water and fire districts, involved in the building permit process. It also includes fire hazard mitigation requirements, frost depth, wind speed, and snow load requirements.
  • Work Without a Permit Complaint Form: If you suspect someone of conducting work without the required permit(s), complete the complaint form and submit it to the Building Department.
  • Asbestos Information: Asbestos testing and abatement requirements are enforced by the state of Colorado Dept. of Public Health & Environment. Testing and abatement may be required depending on the age of the building and the proposed scope of work. 
  • Voluntary Housing Allowance Restrictive Covenant Form, Summit County Affordable Workforce Housing Development Impact Fee Information, Voluntary Housing Allowance Restrictive Covenant Routing Form, and the Housing Allowance Restrictive Covenant Details & Process Information: These fees are assessed on new construction and additions, as applicable. Property developers and owners have the option of avoiding the impact fee at the time of building permit issuance by voluntarily imposing a private transfer fee upon the subsequent sale of the property.  
  • Special Inspector Application:  A qualified special inspector is required to inspect certain types of construction as determined at the time of plan review by the Summit County Building Department.