Using our online Citizen Access tool, you can:
Find instructions and requirements for the most common residential building permits, including the county’s adopted codes, design criteria, policies and procedures.
New permit fees were adopted by the Board of County Commissioners at a Nov. 24, 2020 public meeting and went into effect on Jan. 1, 2021. All fees are non-refundable.
The Open Space Sales and Use Tax is calculated by multiplying the materials portion of the overall project valuation, generally 50%, times one quarter of one percent ($0.0025)
Additional site specific development fees may also apply for new buildings and additions, including possibly RUTIF, Cherry Creek Drainage Basin Authority and RTIF