PPRBD Field Specialist: Pikes Peak Regional Building Department has assigned Chris Morin to provide information to residents; assist contractors in the successful completion of their defined scope of work; and assure that all construction activity is properly permitted. Chris does not have the ability to issue permits in the field; however, he will have real-time access to all plans/ permits and inspection
data. To contact Chris Morin, call him directly at 719-964-4699 to arrange a meeting.
Temporary Changes to the Land Development Code
- Resolution to Temporarily Suspend Portions of the El Paso County Land Development Code: Board of County Commissioners, July 2, 2013
- List of all temporary changes to the Land Development Code: El Paso County Development Services Department
This was renewed on July 3, 2014 to extend another year. Click here for more information
- Rules for temporary living units: Pikes Peak Regional Building Department
Permits and codes: Info from Pikes Peak Regional Building Department
- Process for Obtaining Permits
- Guidelines for Permits – types, required, cost and possible sequence
- Rebuilding permit scenarios: Single family dwelling
- Rebuilding accessory structures (outbuildings)
- Code changes
Rebuilding for Sustainability and Energy Efficiency
- South Eastern Colorado Renewable Energy Society is a non-profit organization that promotes, educates and advocates for solar and renewable energy. Their web site includes useful information and links to other informative sites.
- Links for Sustainable Building After a Disaster: Pikes Peak Regional Building Department
Home Builder’s Guide to construction in Wildfire Zones
This valuable booklet, published by FEMA provides information about wildfire behavior and recommendations for building design and construction methods in the wildland/urban interface. Please click here to view this booklet.