Please submit the following for Residential reviews:
We request electronic documents for all submittals (PDF attachment via email or USB) - if it is not possible then the following guidelines shall appy:
- If capable of putting into a copier (8 1/2 x 11 or 8 1/2 x 14 or 11 x 17), only one copy is needed. Copies will be made electronic and added into Accela.
- If larger than 11 x 17 and adding finished square footage (basement finish or addition or new construction), Three copies are needed. One for field, one for Boulder County, and one for City of Longmont
- If larger than 11 x 17 and not adding finished square footage, only two copies are needed. One for field, and one for City of Longmont.
Please see the following checklist for a complete list of submittal requirements for New Residential Single Family Construction Plan Checklist
You may draw your own plans, but please note that the plans and specifications need to be clear enough to show the nature and extent of the work or they may be returned to the applicant. You may save yourself both money and time if you present plans that do not need major revisions. If you cannot draw plans or are not familiar with code requirements, please seek professional assistance before applying for a permit. Plans are reviewed in the order in which they are received.
Once the application and plans are accepted, they will be reviewed for compliance with all applicable building codes and zoning ordinances. For commercial plans, a plan review fee will be calculated at this time and will need to be paid before the review process begins.
You will be called when the plans are approved and the building permit is ready to be issued. You may save yourself both money and time if you present plans that do not need major revisions. If you cannot draw plans or are not familiar with code requirements, please seek professional assistance before applying for a permit.
One set of the approved plans will be returned to you with any corrections noted when the permit is issued. Inspections will not be done without approved plans on site.
All fees, which are based on the estimated value of the work being done, are payable when the permit is issued.
Permits are reviewed and issued at the Building Inspection Division office located at the Development Services Center, 385 Kimbark St. The office is open from 8 am to 5 pm Monday through Friday. Call (303) 651-8332 for information.
NOISE: Section 10.20.100 of the Longmont Municipal Code prohibits making unreasonable noise that would cause a person of ordinary sensitivities significant annoyance and irritation.
CONSTRUCTION DEBRIS & TRASH: Section 9.04 of the Longmont Municipal Code requires debris and trash to be contained on the job site.
BEFORE DIGGING: Always call the Utility Information Center to locate underground utility lines. Allow three working days for the lines to be located and marked.