Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update
To protect the health and well-being of our community, the Community Planning and Development permit counter is temporarily closed.
All projects must apply and pay for permits online.
Development Services staff helps to make the city's vision a reality. This is where building projects are reviewed, green-lighted and inspected. It's also the home for neighborhood inspections, ensuring quality-of-life standards for Denver's communities. Through each of these critical roles, Development Services helps to implement the city's vision for an outstanding Denver.
Search a list of companies that currently have obtained a contractor's license from the City and County of Denver. Be sure to check the expiration date and status to make sure the contractor's license is still active.
Use e-permits to apply or pay for Quick Permits online. (Quick Permits do not require plan review.) You can also use e-permits to check permit status, pay fees, schedule inspections, search development records, and download issued permits and approved plans.
Electronic plan review is now available for most projects, allowing you to submit applications and PDF plans for zoning, building, wastewater, and fire permit approval without coming to the permit counter in person.
Review types that have an electronic submittal option:
To check your permit status using the property address, click below and then go to the "Development Svcs" tab. Search by address and open the building log record from the list of results. You will find processing status under "Record Info."
Alternatively, you can check permit status using the log number you received when you submitted your application and building plans.
You can schedule building and zoning construction inspections online, in person, or by using the automated phone system. To schedule a zoning inspection for a sign-off on a business license, or to report a property maintenance concern, call Denver 3-1-1 at 720-913-1311.
Use the DevelopDENVER mapping tool to view property details including zoning, landmark status, inspector districts and more.
Denver is seeing unprecedented demand for building permits, and our limited staff is working harder than ever to keep pace. Citywide permit demand may affect your project’s review time and/or your wait time at our permit counter.
Click here to view our estimated review times (updated quarterly).