How do I Obtain a Permit?
Note: Zoning Ordinance regulations may apply. Please check Parcel Data at http://edcgov.us/Planning to determine flood zone status (Zones A, A1-A-9, A14, A24, B, or AE). If in a flood zone, new regulations require evidence that the project is at or above the Base Flood Elevation (BFE). Please contact Planning Services at 530-621-5355 for further information.
The information located on these pages will help you through the permit application process. Application submittal checklists for plan review can be found in Handouts/Checklists.
Agricultural Barns - Buildings used for agricultural purposes in zoning for agriculture.
Grading - Information on grading your property in preparation to building one of the above structures
Miscellaneous General Trade (Non-Structural) - Miscellaneous permit such as plumbing, electrical, mechanical, solar panels, re-roofing and other non-structural work being done.
Mobile/Manufactured Homes - Includes older mobile homes
Non-Residential and Residential Multi-Family Buildings (Commercial)- "commercial buildings" and living units such as apartments or condominiums
Residential - Single Family Dwelling (SFD)
Residential Accessory Structures - Small out buildings associated with a Single Family Dwelling (SFD) greater than 120 square feet.
Residential Additions- Additions to a single family dwelling
Residential Garages - Garages not attached to a Single Family Dwelling (SFD)
Residential Second Dwellings - "Granny Flats"
ALL CONSTRUCTION SHALL COMPLY WITH CURRENT CODES AND ORDINANCES
Information is exclusive of the Tahoe Basin. Special Conditions apply to the Tahoe Basin.