REGIONAL BUILDING DEPARTMENT
(Effective 1/1/2015) New Permit fees took effect on January 1st. Please refer to this document for information on the changes. The new fees will apply to any permits written after 12/31/14
License Renewal Forms for 2015 were mailed out on 11/17/14. Renewals must be paid or you will not be allowed to get new permits or have inspections on existing permits.
To Renew your license online, Click Here. Online renewals may be paid by Visa/Mastercard only.
From 2/1 until 3/31, renewal fees are one-and-one-half times the normal fee. After that, renewal fees are double until May 31st; after which you will be required to reapply for the license.
(Effective 11/1/2014) Our plan submittal requirements are changing. We now will require one electronic set of plans in pdf format and one printed set.
(10/2014) Online plan review status is now available online. Review receipts issued containing login and pin number may be checked online. Any plans that are not complete will not be accepted at the counter or online. Please check the commercial plan review checklist for detailed information on what is required.
Please refer to the City of Pueblo Enforcement Guide regarding various types of complaints and violations.
Information regarding smoke detectors:
Please be advised that on June 28th, 2010, Pueblo City Council passed an ordinance amending the Municipal Code regarding requirements for the installation of smoke detectors for residential work that is limited to electrical installation, alterations, or repairs. 2009 (IRC Section R314.4)
What this amendment means is that for work that only involves electrical work, the use of battery-powered smoke detectors will be acceptable. The detectors must be installed in locations per the 2009 IRC.
Please refer to the ordinances on the City website for more information.
"The Pueblo Regional Building Department is dedicated to promoting and preserving building safety through professional and courteous service. The purpose of the Department is to educate the public, enforce minimum building code standards through teamwork and personal pride, and to enhance the relationship with the public and building community."