REGIONAL BUILDING DEPARTMENT
Commercial Buildings: Effective September 1st, 2015, new codes have taken effect. Please refer to this page for additional information regarding these changes. The code in effect for a project will be based on the plan submittal date (for those codes requiring plan review) or the permit date of issuance.
Residential Buildings: Effective January 1st, 2016, the 2015 IRC is in effect. Please refer to this page for additional information regarding these changes. Any residential permits issued after 12/31/15 will be on the new code.
Our office will be CLOSED on Thursday November 10th for staff training. There will be no inspections or phone calls taken that day. We are sorry for any inconvenience, Please plan accordingly.
Our office will be OPEN on Friday November 11th (Veterans Day)
Our office will be closing at 3:30pm on Tuesday November 15th for a staff meeting. We are sorry for any inconvenience.
(Effective 8/2/2016) Addresses will be done via a written or electronic request. Please refer to the Addressing page for complete information. Addresses will be done in writing or by email only.
No license or registration shall be renewed after May 31st. You must submit a new license application.
Please Note: Pueblo code requires that low voltage contractors in Pueblo have a contractor's license issued by this department for work in commercial buildings.
Effective January 1, 2016 new permit fees are in effect. Please refer to the permit fee table located here for more information
Online Permits updated 11/21/15
Please refer to this page for additional information regarding online permits including how to access the system.
Please refer to the City of Pueblo Enforcement Guide regarding various types of complaints and violations.
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."