Submit Building Permits Electronically In Summit County With Service First Permits
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SUMMIT COUNTY BUILDING PERMITS
For those looking to undertake a construction project in Summit County, either residential or commercial, there is a requirement to submit and receive approval for a building permit.
The city has opened up an online portal called EPROCESS 360 that allows residents and contractors to submit an application for an electronic building permit in Summit County.
What Online Building Permits in Summit County are Available?
Summit County requires a Building Permit for the construction, enlargement, alteration, repair, movement, improvement, removal, conversion, or demolition of any building or structure. Permits are also required for solar PV installations.
There are exceptions for:
- Commercial accessory buildings less than 120 square feet
- Residential accessory buildings less than 200 square feet
- Certain agricultural buildings
- Fences less than 7 feet in heigh
Who Needs an Online Building Permit in Summit County?
There are a number of reasons that you must apply for an online permit in Summit County, including:
○ All new Single Family structures
○ New Commercial structures
○ All electrical, plumbing, mechanical, and gas work
○ Additions to any structure: sun-rooms, attached and/or detached garages, etc.
○ Most alterations such as: new roofs, vinyl siding, window replacements, etc.
Submitting Electronic Building Plans in Summit County
Each ePermit application in Summit County must contain the application, information and building plans in PDF format.
In order for a successful application approval, the following is necessary:
- Construction Plans which shall demonstrate compliance with the current State Building Code, with plans prepared by an architect or engineer that must be digitally stamped and signed by them.
- Indicate on the architectural plans and the structural plans that the house is designed to meet the current IRC/IBC as amended by the State of Utah
- Floor Plans for each level including unfinished basements and habitable attic spaces. • Mechanical, Electrical, and Plumbing plans
- Structural plans drawn to scale
- Elevation sheets drawn to scale
- Section sheets drawn to scale that show the thermal envelope
- Architectural details, structural details and tructural Calculations
In order to ensure a timely, hassle-free approval of your electronic building permit in Summit County, contact the specialists at Service First Permits now.
Our expertise in electronic plan submittal in Summit County, combined with our overall permit expediting experience, is exactly what you need!