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Yes. The Sustainable Building Program maintains a Resource Directory of current builders and other service providers that have experience with sustainable building.
The term “100-year flood” can be misleading. It is not the flood event which occurs only once in a 100-year time span. Rather, it is a flood discharge that has a 1% chance of being equaled or exceeded each year. The 100-year flood could occur more than once in a relatively short period of time
The 100-year flood zone is used by the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) as the standard for floodplain management to determine flood risk. For example, a structure located in a 100-year floodplain has a 26% chance of suffering flood damage during the term of a 30-year mortgage.
A Floodplain Status Report will provide this information. An online request form is available.
It depends . . .
Permitted and conditional uses (those requiring a public hearing process before initiation) are specific to your property’s zoning classification. To find the zone of your property, use the Coconino County Parcel Viewer and turn on the County Zoning Layer.
Refer to the Comprehensive Plan information page..
The Final Draft of the Coconino County Comprehensive Plan was adopted on December 15, 2015.
This brochure explains how Zoning Violations are enforced. Citizens may report a Zoning Violation by completing a Code Enforcement Request.
This brochure explains the Zone Change process.
This brochure explains the Pre-Application Meeting process. Submit this form to schedule a pre-application meeting.
This brochure explains the Variance Request process.
This brochure explains the Conditional Use Permitting process.
Tiny Houses meeting the Tiny House Permitting Policy are legal. Contact the Sustainable Building Program at (928) 679-8853 for more information regarding this policy.
Yes, a number of incentives are available for different sustainable features. The Sustainable Building Program maintains a listing of current Incentives for Sustainable Building including federal and state tax refunds, appliance rebates, and city incentives.