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An application resulting in a building permit and inspections is required for most residential projects. For example, anything having to do with structural, electrical, plumbing, or foundations. A licensed general contractor may have to oversee the project, and additional subcontractors may be required for electrical, plumbing, or HVAC installations. 

It is the homeowner/property owner's responsibility to provide acceptable plans or information to obtain a building permit for:


  • All new residential buildings
  • Electrical reconnections, service increases, panel replacement or repair
  • All plumbing
  • Water heater installation (including replacements)
  • Gas line pressure tests (new or replacement lines)
  • Furnaces, heat pumps, air conditioners, or evaporative coolers (new only). NOTE: Load and sizing calculations are required for new and replacement HVAC equipment. 
  • All residential walls or fences must have a site plan review for zoning compliance. Additionally, walls and fences over 6 feet tall require a building permit with a structural engineered design. 
  • Metal, and some pre-assembled buildings, require stamped engineered plans
  • Detached accessory structures over 200 square feet
  • Porches, additions, or garages
  • Remodeling or existing structures that include plumbing, electrical, foundation, or structural changes
  • Demolition of existing structures

The Planning and Zoning Department will review plans or applications submitted by the customer, but we cannot design the plans for you. If you need help in designing a plan, you will need to contact a design professional. Please note, all plans submitted will need to conform to the current Town Building Code. For property development standards, please contact the Planning and Zoning Department. 


Rental units are considered commercial property and all commercial permits will require a commercial licensed contractor. 


Work that has already been completed without a permit:

It is possible to obtain a permit for work that has already occurred, however, the same requirements will apply as above. Depending on the circumstances, according to Town Code, you may also be charged double the original permitting fee for doing the work without obtaining a building permit first. 


STAFF:

Stormy Palmer

[email protected] 

Planning and Zoning Director (928) 333-2656 Ext. 227

Town of Springerville418 East Main Street Springerville, AZ 85938

An application resulting in a building permit and inspections is required for most residential projects. For example, anything having to do with structural, electrical, plumbing, or foundations. A licensed general contractor may have to oversee the project, and additional subcontractors may be required for electrical, plumbing, or HVAC installations. 

It is the homeowner/property owner's responsibility to provide acceptable plans or information to obtain a building permit for:


  • All new residential buildings
  • Electrical reconnections, service increases, panel replacement or repair
  • All plumbing
  • Water heater installation (including replacements)
  • Gas line pressure tests (new or replacement lines)
  • Furnaces, heat pumps, air conditioners, or evaporative coolers (new only). NOTE: Load and sizing calculations are required for new and replacement HVAC equipment. 
  • All residential walls or fences must have a site plan review for zoning compliance. Additionally, walls and fences over 6 feet tall require a building permit with a structural engineered design. 
  • Metal, and some pre-assembled buildings, require stamped engineered plans
  • Detached accessory structures over 200 square feet
  • Porches, additions, or garages
  • Remodeling or existing structures that include plumbing, electrical, foundation, or structural changes
  • Demolition of existing structures

The Planning and Zoning Department will review plans or applications submitted by the customer, but we cannot design the plans for you. If you need help in designing a plan, you will need to contact a design professional. Please note, all plans submitted will need to conform to the current Town Building Code. For property development standards, please contact the Planning and Zoning Department. 


Rental units are considered commercial property and all commercial permits will require a commercial licensed contractor. 


Work that has already been completed without a permit:

It is possible to obtain a permit for work that has already occurred, however, the same requirements will apply as above. Depending on the circumstances, according to Town Code, you may also be charged double the original permitting fee for doing the work without obtaining a building permit first. 


STAFF:

Stormy Palmer

[email protected] 

Planning and Zoning Director (928) 333-2656 Ext. 227

Town of Springerville418 East Main Street Springerville, AZ 85938

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