Single Family & Duplex

This process also applies to Townhouses and detached structures that are accessory to Single Family and Duplex buildings.​

​Permitting generally follows a set process. The forms and info you need are associated with each step in the process below.

Step 1

Property Research​
Come prepared with knowledge to speed up the process.

May be required | Time Varies

  1. Map & Search Tools
  2. Declaration of Reservations
  3. Codes & Resolutions
  4. Fee Information

Step 2

Pre-Planning Conference
Meet with Committee of Architecture to determine project feasibility and identify roadblocks.

May be required | About 3 Weeks

- Pre-Planning Conference Review (For Single/Duplex) - Please print and bring to Pre-Planning Conference
- Pre-Planning Conference Application - Please submit online
*Note: Pre-Planning Conference Review MUST be printed and brought to Pre-Planning Conference. Pre-Planning Conference Application MUST be completed, to the extent possible, and submitted online.

Step 3

Permit Application Forms & Related Info
All permits are obtained and submitted through Pueblo Regional Building. For questions, please contact, Pueblo Regional Building.

Required | Time Varies

  1. Building Permit Checklists
  2. Application Documents
  3. Other Permits You May Need
  4. Related Info
- Residential Checklist (PDF) for Pueblo Regional Approval
- Manufactured Home Checklist (PDF) for Pueblo Regional Approval
- Building Permit Checklist (PDF) for Pueblo County Approval
- Solar PV Forms for Pueblo Regional Approval:
    - Solar PV Standard Checklist (PDF) - (You may use this in place of the Toolkit if you submit all required information)
    - Solar PV Standard Plan MicroInverter Systems (PDF) - Toolkit Document
    - Solar PV Standard Plan Central Inverter Systems (PDF) - Toolkit Document

Step 4

Committee of Architecture Plan Review
The Committee of Architecture reviews application to ensure compliance to the Declaration of Reservations and safety requirements.

May Be Required | Time Varies

  1. After Approval
  2. Project Deadline
  3. Construction Site
  4. More Info
After approval by the Committee, the appropriate water and/or sewer tap fee may be paid. Building permits may be obtained from the Pueblo County Regional Building Authority. The Routing Approval Sheet procedure (Required Agency Approvals - Project Routing) may then begin, with construction to follow. Different types of projects require different agencies to be signed off. Contact Pueblo County Regional Building to see if you are required to have a Routing Approval Sheet for your project.

Step 5

Inspections
​County officials inspects work to ensure that the applicable codes are being followed and safety requirements are in place.

Required | Time Varies

  1. Inspections
  2. Progress & Other Inspections
  3. Inspection Requests
Once a permit is issued the activity is subject to inspection by county officials. The purpose of these inspections is to ensure that the applicable codes are being followed. Construction work shall remain accessible and exposed for inspection purposes until approved.