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The minimum uniformly distributed live loads for Coconino County are:
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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.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) requirement for building structures in flood hazard areas is that the floor of the lowest habitable enclosure must be elevated to or above the Base Flood Elevation (BFE). The BFE is based on the floodplain delineation for the 100-year peak runoff event.
In order to minimize potential damage to residential structures in flood hazard areas, the Coconino County Floodplain Management Overlay Zone requires an additional foot of freeboard above the BFE, which is referred as the Regulatory Flood Elevation (RFE).
An Elevation Certificate is an important tool that documents your building’s elevation.
There are several ways to obtain an Elevation Certificate (EC):
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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. The Zoning Ordinance lists permitted and conditional uses by zone in Chapter 2: Zoning Districts, specifically in the land use Tables 2-6 (page 39), 2-9 (page 49), and 2-12 (page 67).
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.
Visit the Online Portal to submit a concern or code enforcement request. You must register, log in, then click on "Contact Us," and finally "Report a Concern" and follow the prompts from there. Requests cannot be anonymous or they will not be responded to. A staff member will receive your request through the portal and be in touch with you to follow up. Paper forms are no longer accepted.”
This brochure explains the Zone Change process.
This brochure explains the Pre-Application Meeting process. To schedule a pre-application meeting, please visit this page and follow the instructions.
This brochure explains the Variance Request process.
This brochure explains the Conditional Use Permitting process.
Submit a Septic Information request. The form is available on the Environmental Quality web page under Transfer of Ownership. Fax, mail or bring the form into our office with payment for processing. There is an administrative fee for the septic information search. The fee is charged regardless of the file search results. File searches are processed in the order that they are received. Please allow 5-7 working days to 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.