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Alpine City Zoning

20 N Main St, Alpine, UT

Phone: 801-756-6347

American Fork Building Department

275 E 200 N St, American Fork, UT

Phone: 801-763-3065

Beaver County Building Department and Zoning

105 E Ctr St, Beaver, UT

Phone: 435-438-6483

Bountiful Zoning

790 100 E, Bountiful, UT

Phone: 801-298-6190

Brigham City Permits

20 N Main St, Brigham, UT

Phone: 435-734-6604

Brigham City Zoning

20 N Main St, Brigham, UT

Phone: 435-734-6616

Clearfield Zoning

55 State St, Clearfield, UT

Phone: 801-776-5100

Draper Planning Department

12441 900 E, Draper, UT

Phone: 801-576-6539

Draper Zoning

1020 Pioneer Rd, Draper, UT

Phone: 801-576-6335

Eagle Mountain Building Department

1650 Stagecoach Run, Eagle Mountain, UT

Phone: 801-789-6614
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Grand County Building Department

125 E Ctr St, Moab, UT

Phone: 435-259-1344

Grand County Planning and Zoning Department

25 S 100 E, Moab, UT

Phone: 435-259-1343

Grantsville Zoning

429 E Main St, Grantsville, UT

Phone: 435-884-4604

Heber City Building Department

188 S Main St, Heber, UT

Phone: 435-657-3200

Highland Permits

5400 Civic Ctr Dr, Highland, UT

Phone: 801-772-4516

Highland Planning and Zoning Department

5400 Civic Ctr Dr, Highland, UT

Phone: 801-772-4515

Holladay Planning Department

4580 S 2300 E, Holladay, UT

Phone: 801-527-3890

Iron County Zoning

82 N 100 E, Cedar, UT

Phone: 435-865-5350

Juab County Zoning

160 N Main St, Nephi, UT

Phone: 435-623-3400

Kane County Building Department

180 W 300 N, Kanab, UT

Phone: 435-644-4963
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Kaysville Zoning

23 E Ctr St, Kaysville, UT

Phone: 801-336-3780
Fax: 801-544-5646

Layton Building Department

437 Wasatch Dr, Layton, UT

Phone: 801-336-3760

Layton City Zoning

437 Wasatch Dr, Layton, UT

Phone: 801-336-3780
Fax: 801-336-3789

Lindon Zoning

100 State St, Lindon, UT

Phone: 801-785-7687

Logan Planning and Zoning Department

290 N 100 W, Logan, UT

Phone: 435-716-9020

Mansfield Planning and Zoning Department

125 E 400 N, Mapleton, UT

Phone: 801-489-6138

Midvale Building Department

655 W Ctr St, Midvale, UT

Phone: 801-567-7211

Midvale City Building Department

655 W Ctr St, Midvale, UT

Phone: 801-567-7210

Midvale City Zoning

655 W Ctr St, Midvale, UT

Phone: 801-567-7231

Midway City Planning and Zoning Department

75 N 100 W, Midway, UT

Phone: 435-654-7441
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Millard County Building Department

71 S 200 W, Delta, UT

Phone: 435-864-1400
Fax: 435-864-1404

Morgan County Planning and Zoning Department

48 W Young St, Morgan, UT

Phone: 801-845-4008
Fax: 801-845-6067

Murray City Zoning

4646 Rivside Dr, Murray, UT

Phone: 801-270-2426

Murray Planning and Zoning Department

4646 Rivside Dr, Murray, UT

Phone: 801-270-2420

Naples Zoning

1420 Weatherby Dr, Vernal, UT

Phone: 435-789-9090

North Logan Planning Department

2076 N 1200 E, Logan, UT

Phone: 435-752-1310

Ogden Building Department

5249 S 400 E, Washington Terrace, UT

Phone: 801-393-1047

Orem Zoning

56 State St, Orem, UT

Phone: 801-229-7058
Fax: 801-229-7191

Park City Planning Department

445 Marsac Ave, Park, UT

Phone: 435-615-5060
Fax: 435-615-4906

Payson Building Department

439 W Utah Ave, Payson, UT

Phone: 801-465-5214
Fax: 801-465-5228
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About Building Departments

The Building Department is a unit of the city or county government that enforces the city's building codes and zoning regulations, issues building permits, licenses, registers and disciplines certain construction trades, responds to structural emergencies and inspects over new and existing buildings. Local governments adopt those codes in order to ensure that all buildings meet minimum safety and structural standards. They update them every few years as new building methods and materials are introduced. The regulations behind building permits are based on the best and safest methods determined by experienced engineers.

Prior to commercial or residential construction permits being issued, the construction drawings, which include various engineering and architectural details, must be reviewed and approved by the Building Department’s engineers and plan check professionals. While the property owners have to pay for this service, no minimum compliance with applicable laws is required before the plans can be approved. And while the particular building official may require revisions to the submitted drawings, ultimate approval does not mean the drawings are in compliance with applicable laws or standards, nor does it impose any liability on the Building Department or its officials for any failures or omissions.