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As a part of the Community Development Department, the Building Division is dedicated to keeping our community safe by issuing building permits, making inspections, reviewing plans, and enforcing building codes for all construction in the City and County of Broomfield.

Our highly trained employees deliver services in a professional and respectful manner to maintain and improve the quality of life for our residents.

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We are located on the first floor of the George DiCiero City and County Building, 1 DesCombes Drive, Broomfield, Colorado 80020

Building Division Phone   303.438.6370

Building Division Fax        303.438.6207

Building Inspection Line   303.438.6376


Please note that the Building Division can receive either cash or checks for payment - no credit or debit cards are accepted.

 The hail season has started early, and the Building Division has received over 60 permit applications for re-roof projects just in the last few weeks. This increase in roof permits and subsequent roof inspections has been added to our already robust construction activity, resulting in the need to schedule inspections more than one day in advance. Please obtain your permits well before you wish to start the job, and plan your midroof inspections several days in advance.
Please contact us if you have any questions.



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The 2014 National Electrical Code is expected to be adopted by the State of Colorado in July of 2014. The City and County of Broomfield will start enforcing this new edition on the same effective date as the State of Colorado.  We have compiled a list of changes likely to affect residential construction in this 2014 NEC Residential Change Handout.


The City and County of Broomfield has adopted the 2012 International Codes.

On Tuesday, February 11, 2014 the Broomfield City Council passed an ordinance adopting the 2012 ICC code package with an effective date of March 15, 2014.  This means that all permits issued as of March 15, 2014 will need to have plans designed, reviewed, and approved by the Building Division to meet the 2012 Codes.  This will include the architectural plans, structural framing plans, structural foundation plans, soils reports, roof truss plans, and energy code documents.  Attached is a short summary of significant changes from the 2009 to the 2012 codes.

Many builders with existing approved 2009 master plans have not submitted plans updated for the 2012 Codes for review.  Please submit these plans as soon as possible so that our staff will have adequate time to review and approve them.  Any permit applications currently in process that are not issued before March 15, 2014 will require a total resubmittal if 2012 plans have not been approved.

Beginning February 12, all new house permit submittals will need to have plans that have been reviewed and approved by Building Division to meet the 2012 codes, since we cannot guarantee that applications will make it through our overall review process in the next 4 weeks or so.  This will include all builders with master plans and all new custom homes.


Please see the Adoption Ordinance #1994 to see changes from the current Broomfield Municipal Code.

Significant Changes to the 2012 International Codes - Handout


Tim Pate
Tim Pate
Chief Building Official
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One DesCombes Drive
Broomfield, CO 80020

Ph: 303.438.6373
Fx: 303.438.6207
Inspections: 303.438.6376

Hours
Monday - Friday
8 a.m. - 5 p.m.