THE JEROME COUNTY BUILDING, PLANNING & ZONING, AND GIS DEPARTMENTS
DUE TO THE COVID-19 OUTBREAK
THE JEROME COUNTY BUILDING, PLANNING & ZONING, AND GIS DEPARTMENTS ARE ACTING IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE GOVERNOR’S STAY-AT-HOME ORDER. ACCORDINGLY, ALL CONTACT MUST BE BY WAY OF:
BUILDING PERMIT INSPECTION LINE 208-324-9115
E-MAIL PLANNING & ZONING DEPT: email@example.com
BUILDING DEPARTMENT: firstname.lastname@example.org
INSPECTIONS WILL CONTINUE AS NORMAL. CALL THE INSPECTION LINE 208-324-9115 BEFORE 8:30 AM AND GET THE INSPECTION THE SAME DAY. IF THE INSPECTION IS CALLED IN AFTER 8:30 IT WILL BE SCHEDULED FOR THE FOLLOWING DAY.
ALL PAPERS SHOULD EITHER BE SCANNED AND SENT VIA EMAIL OR FAXED.
ALL BUILDING AND DEVELOPMENT PLAN APPLICATIONS SHOULD BE SUBMITTED ELECTRONICALLY. IF YOU DO NOT HAVE THE MEANS TO SUBMIT ELECTRONICALLY, PLEASE CALL TO DISCUSS OTHER OPTIONS FOR SUBMITTAL.
Essential permits will be processed first, non-essential permits may be processed if time allows
Essential Building Permits: Commercial; Commercial Signs; Commercial Remodel; Change of Occupancy; Housing; Residential Remodel (To Make a Person’s Primary Residence Safer); HVAC Heating Cooling and Gas Systems.
Non-Essential Building Permits: Residential Outbuildings (i.e. shop, garage, storage); Real Property Declaration; Solar; Non-Commercial Signs.
Essential Zoning Permits: Agricultural Buildings; LCO Transfers; LCO Minor Modification Permits (Corrals, Wells, Lagoons)
Non-Essential Zoning Permits: Boundary Line Adjustment; Land Division; LCO Expansion; Special Use Permit; Subdivision; Zoning Map Amendments; Variance (Although some Zoning Permits are considered Commercial, the stay-at-home order does not allow the required public hearings to complete the permit process)
FOR MORE COVID-19 INFORMATION: https://coronavirus.idaho.gov/wp-content/uploads/sites/127/2020/03/statewide-stay-home-order_032520.pdf
Inspection Phone number:
Please note: When calling in an inspection you may request morning or afternoon; we do not guarantee the time our inspector will be able to be on site.
If you need to talk to the office staff, please call
The Building Safety Department provides inspection, plan review, and investigative services to the unincorporated areas of Jerome County and also to those cities that have entered into intergovernmental agreements with the county to provide building code services. The department also provides plan review and inspection services for county construction projects, using the minimum standards furnished by the International Building Codes, which enhances our goal of applying building codes in a matter consistent with the majority of the building departments throughout the country.
Our mission is to provide the residents of Jerome County quality service in a timely manner and to provide answers to questions regarding building issues.
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