***The City of Sheridan DOES NOT offer "Over the Counter Permits" All permits are reviewed and approved by the Building Inspector and could take 2-3 days for approval. Please plan your job accordingly.***
***The City of Sheridan REQUIRES a non-refundable deposit of 1/3 of the permit fee on all Building Permits***
Residential Building Permits
A Residential Permit
is required for residential remodels, and structural changes. Two sets of plans are required for the Building Inspector's review as well as an itemized cost estimate or invoices detailing work to be performed.
Requirements for submitting a Residential Building Permit
Guidelines for submitting Residential Fence Permit.
In addition to a Residential Permit application, a Home Owner's Permit may be obtained if the Owner resides in the Residential property. All investment property improvements must be performed by a Licensed Contractor. Two sets of plans are required for the Building Inspector's review prior to permit being issued. Plans must include a site plan showing all structures, dimensions to property lines, alley location (if existing) and street name. Also required is an itemized cost estimate/invoices detailing work to be performed, or an itemized Architect's or Contractor's cost estimate.
Plumbing/Mechanical/Landscaping Permit application is required for all new installations or replacements. Water Heater Code Requirements
A Roofing Permit is required for ALL new roofing jobs or roof replacements. Along with the Roofing Permit application, a copy of the Manufacture's Specifications is required showing a Lifetime Wind Warranty of 100 MPH.
Roofing Code Requirements
Commercial Building Permits
A Commercial Building Permit application is required for all new Commercial Structures, Tenant Improvements, Tenant Finishes or commercial renovations. Two sets of plans are required for the Building Inspector's review as well as an itemized Architect's or Contractor's estimate prior to a permit being issued. Requirements for submitting a Commercial Building Permit.
Denver Fire Department plan review procedure.
All permanent signs require a Sign Permit. Two sets of plans must be submitted for Zoning Official's review prior to the permit being issued.
Temporary Sign Permit is required for all banners/balloons or pendant advertising, etc., and will expire after 90 days. A site plan and detailed description of sign must be submitted with the permit application.
Please contact Randy Morning @ 303-438-3259 for all Grading Permits, Street Cut, Right of Way, Private Improvement, Public Improvement permits.
All Electrical Permits are pulled through the State of Colorado. Call 303-894-2300.