COVID-19 Update: Starting Monday November 23, 2020, the Community Development Department Office will be closed to the public until further notice. All business shall be conducted over the phone, online, or otherwise in consultation with department staff.
Community Development Services During COVID-19
The Coconino County Community Development Department is open but operating remotely with limited onsite staffing. For the safety of the public and staff given the health concerns regarding COVID-19, we are requesting that all Community Development business be conducted only over the phone, by email, or if necessary by appointment.
Click here to view the department staff directory. To secure services, ask questions or to schedule an appointment, please call 928-679-8850. We will address your request or direct you to the appropriate staff.
All building, planning and zoning, engineering and environmental quality permits are available to be applied for, paid for and issued through our online permitting options where available. Staff are working quickly to create online applications for each permit or request type in the portal. See individual division web pages for details on which permits or requests are still accepted on paper or via the website for now.
Inspection Services During COVID-19
Site and building inspections are still being performed and can be scheduled either via telephone or through the portal. Please click here to view information about inspections being offered during this time.
Building and Safety Advisory Board and Public Meeting
The BSAB will meet on December 5, 2020 to discuss amendments to the building code. An agenda will be posted here at least 24 hours prior to the meeting. Please view the Notice of Public Meeting here.
Route 66 Brownfield Project
In 2019, the Northern Arizona Council of Governments (NACOG) was awarded a $600,000 Brownfield Assessment grant from the US Environmental Protection Agency to transform underutilized properties from liabilities into assets that revitalize our communities and bring neighborhoods back to life. Click here for further details.