Planning and Permitting help increase the resilience and investment value of a construction project, mitigate an occupant's health and safety during a disaster, protect the local tax base and ensures continuity of essential Town services.
·Permits provide third-party verification that you (or the contractor you hired) did the work to minimum code requirements
·Permits provide the homeowner with an inexpensive resource for construction-related needs
·Permits give you access to expertise in all fields including plumbing, mechanical, electrical and framing
Due to the current COVID-19 emergency,please note that currently the Town Hall may be open with limited staff and we are using CDC recommended safety measures. You may also utilize the digital submission and payment process below.
The Planning Department can take your phone calls, emails or in person by appointment only, with the CDC recommended safety measures. This may take a bit more time to complete but will ensure your project moves forward. If completing your permit digitally, please follow the checklist below to avoid further delays. Note that this process must be followed including the payment/confirmation, in order for the permit to be considered valid. As always, confirm your permit application through Pikes Peak Regional Building as well.
You may call Theresa Rust with questions about this process at 719-884-8015.
New Permit Applications are are sent to firstname.lastname@example.org, along with all other needed items such as your plot plan or construction plans.
Planning will review the applications as normal and contact the applicant if further information is needed.
If approved, the permit will be signed and emailed by our staff to the Permit Applicant.
Next, we request that you then sign and pay for the permit.
You may come in person to the Town Hall Front Desk to sign and pay for the permit by following the CDC guidelines.
Or you can complete the process remotely by signing in your applicant area, and then scanning it with a copy of your check written to either the Town and/or Triview, as notated on the permit. Then email it again to email@example.com . In the email please also confirm that you are in receipt of the permit and are sending payment via USPS (note below) or at the Town Hall dropbox located just outside of Town Hall.
Additionally, on the outside of the envelope please address it as follows:
To Town of Monument, Planning Department
Payment for permit#__________
645 Beacon Lite Rd
Monument, CO 80132
We thank you for your corporation and patience through this emergency COVID-19 safety process.
The property must be located within the Town limits. Here are instructions on how to find out if you live in the Town border.
You are required to obtain inspection permits from Pikes Peak Regional Building Department 719-327-2880
If you have an Apple computer, you will need to convert your MAC .numbers file into a Microsoft Excel file. Here is a website video on how to do this.
You can also verify that your contractor has obtained a business license and a permit by calling the Town at 719.481.2954
Fees & Payment
Please keep in mind that location of the development may require additional fees, such as Triview. Visit the Maps page for the location maps of these districts. You MUST pick up and pay for your permit only when approved. You may pay by Cash, Check or Charge for the Town permits. Triview fees must be paid by Cash or Check only. No payment will be due at the time of submitting the permit because use tax (Town of Monument or Triview) will not be calculated until processing. Payment can be made at the time of permit issuance.
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