Permit Tech: Teri Smith
Phone: 303-732-4281, Fax: 303-732-0599
The Town is Contracted with Charles Abbott & Associates as of January 1, 2019
Building Official: Troy Dicker
Cell Phone: 303-862-1857
Request an Inspection (online request)
Inspection Line: 800-282-8140
PROCEDURES DUE TO COVID -19
PERMITS: Permits shall still be required and issued during this time. Please contact the Building Department to verify procedures for payment, and for procedures for plan submittals and obtaining necessary documents when a permit is cleared to be issued.
INSPECTIONS: With the continued spread of the COVID-19 virus, the following procedures have been implemented: Exterior inspections (roofs, decks, siding…. etc.), non-occupied residential (new single-family homes), and new commercial construction projects will continue to be inspected. No one may be on site with the inspector at the time of inspection. The inspector will ask that any working personnel temporarily leave the site and that any in-person communication always maintains the minimum 6 ft. recommended separation distance. We will not be entering occupied homes to conduct inspections. We will implement other methods of inspection, such as video/picture inspections on a case-by-case determination. An inspector will speak with you to determine if your project will qualify for this type of inspection when the inspection request is received.
VIDEO INSPECTIONS: Homeowner/contractor will capture video on standard .mp4 format as used by most cell phones. Contact with the inspector will be made prior, to verify the project meets requirements to be inspected via video. The video will be sent to the inspector via email or text message. Inspector shall assess video and ask for additional footage to be filmed if the scope of work isn’t able to be determined from the initial video. In some cases, live feed video may be necessary. The inspector and contractor/homeowner will determine which platform can be used for each party. (Examples: Facetime, Zoom, Skype, etc.…)
DESIGN STANDARDS EFFECTIVE 9-21-2020
Keenesburg Municipal CodeBuilding work in the Town of Keenesburg is controlled by the Keenesburg Municipal Code, Chapter 18, Article I; adopted by ORDINANCE 2017-02, 2012 International Building Code. The purpose of the code is to ensure that the buildings:
- Are safe, sanitary and have suitable means of escape from fire;
- Contribute to physical independence and well-being of people who use them;
- Are designed, constructed, and able to be used in ways that promote sustainable development.
All commercial new builds, additions, and remodels are required to obtain Fire District approval prior to issuing the building permit. A set of building plans, by a design professional, will be required for this permit. For more information contact the SE Weld Fire Protection District. 303-732-4203
Application for Plan Review by the SE Weld Fire District
NEW RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL BUILDS
ALL BUILDING PERMIT APPLICATIONS MUST INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING:
1. TWO PLOT PLANS WHICH MUST SHOW:
(Three Plot Plan if requires Fire District Approval)
B. The distance between each lot/property line to the proposed building
C. Distances between the proposed building and any existing structures
D. All oil/gas production facilities within 200 feet of the proposed structure (tank batteries, wellheads, etc.)
E. Identify the street of county road accessing from
F. If you require an address, you must show the distance from the nearest intersection to the driveway/access to the property
2. TWO SETS OF BOUND BUILDING PLANS BY A DESIGN PROFESSIONAL (on sketched size)
*Commercial builds, alterations, remodels and additions require Fire District approval prior to permitting issuance*
3. TWO SETS OF ENGINEERED FOUNDATION PLANS MUST (HAVE COLORADO ENGINEER STAMP)
4. TWO SETS OF SOILS REPORTS
* Plan Review is approximately ten days to first comment on residential permits.
NEW BUILDS IMPACT FEES
One-Stop Permits (Does not require Plan Review)
- Water Heater, Residential Furnace/Boiler, Air Conditioner
- Fence (Over 6 feet in height)
- Lawn Sprinkler System
- Window Replacement/Siding
- Gas Line Inspection/Pressure Check
- Small Sign (no foundation)
Many building permits require a detailed plan before your permit will be approved. Below are some helpful guides to our most common projects. The guides are designed to be a useful working tool for you, the homeowner, as you go through your building project. Please select from the subcategory documents below.
Remodeling, Renovating, or Demolishing?
Asbestos - Renovation and Demolition State of Colorado Asbestos Notifications & Permits
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