NEW: Planning and Zoning only accepts the following permits and applications through our Online Application System (no paper or email submittals):
- Building Permits
- Floodplain Permits
- Land Disturbance Permits (Including Grading Permits, Notice of Intents and Natural Surface Trails)
- Minor Adjustments
- Site Development Plan
All other permit applications can be submitted via email to Planning & Zoning.
How to Use Our Online Application System
- Start by clicking on the "Start Here" button. You will be first taken to our Mandatory Applications Documents page to ensure you have all the documents ready to upload from your computer.
- Once you have all mandatory documents ready to upload, click the green "Apply Now" button and you will be taken to the Jeffco Permit/Development Info dashboard (also known as the Online Application System).
- Registration is required to use our online system. If you have made other online applications or paid a bill online, you are most likely already registered.
- If you have registered, click Logon to Apply for, Pay, and Work with Permits and Contractor Licenses and Schedule Inspections.
- If you have not registered, click one of the two following options from the main dashboard page: Create a Contractor Logon for Permits or Create a HomeOwner Logon for Permits. If you are having difficulty registering online or difficulty with your existing login information, contact Planning & Zoning and be sure to include your name, address, email and phone.
- After you have logged in, you may follow the Online Application Submittal Process Guide.
Additional Information about the Online Application System
Please be sure that you have all needed documents for the application available in an electronic format, and that each document is a separate file. If you have questions about what documents need to be provided for an application, please contact us.
The payment of the application fee is typically required during the process of submitting an online application, however, it will be required prior to the commencement of formal application processing. For these types of cases, after the submitted documents are reviewed, the assigned case manager will send you an invoice with instructions about how to pay the application fees.