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PPRBD - Pikes Peak Regional Building Department
The Pikes Peak Regional Building Department reviews plans, issues permits and performs inspections for all towns and cities in El Paso County. Services also include...
PPRBD - Pikes Peak Regional Building Department
The Pikes Peak Regional Building Department reviews plans, issues permits and performs inspections for all towns and cities in El...
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|Pikes peak regional building department|
|News & announcements|
|Job openıng - we have a new opening for a roofing inspector. click here for more info (2)|
|Vıdeo - top 5 most common building mistakes in the pikes peak region (2)|
|Top 5 most common homeowner electrical mistakes|
|Vıdeo - top 5 most common electrical plan review mistakes|
|Vıdeo - here's a crash course on a plumbing base inspection|
|Top 5 most common plumbing mistakes in the pikes peak region|
|Vıdeo - homeowner safety warning with cold temperatures setting in|
|Top 5 most common roofing mistakes in the pikes peak region|
|Top 5 most common residential mechanical mistakes|
|Vıdeo - the old contractor dashboard is going away. check out this video to see how the new dashboard works|
|Top 5 most common plan review mistakes - commercial construction|
|Top 5 most common building mistakes in the pikes peak region|
|Top 10 most common licensing mistakes|
|Vıdeo - what is the pikes peak regional building department? check out this video to find out|
|Slıde show - check out our great team here at regional building|
|Vıdeo - top 5 common commercial mechanical mistakes|
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|Rbd will be closed tuesday & wednesday, december 24-25, 2019, in observance of christmas|
|Start a permit|
|Handouts & forms|
|Hail & disaster ınformation|
|Currently adopted codes and design criteria|
|Current walk-ın wait times|
|5th level heading|
|Ensuring life safety and welfare of our community through efficient and consistent application of adopted codes and standards.|
|Contemporaneous review of electrical licenses an inspector shall, based on that inspector's familiarity with the installer, require each individual doing electrical work as defined by 12-23-101 definitions c.r.s. to produce documentation showing they are a currently licensed colorado state electrician or registered apprentice.|
|**wait times are longer from 11:00 am to 12:30 pm and 3:00 pm to close. please plan accordingly.|
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|Start A Permit||text||../project/ındex|
|Hail & Disaster Information||text||../ınformation/disasters|
|Currently Adopted Codes and Design Criteria||text||../ınformation/codechanges|
|Start a Project||text||/project|
|Find a licensed contractor||text||../search/contractor|
|Search for Permits||text||..//search/permit|
|✉ Email Specific Departments||text||..//ınformation/email|
|Estimated Inspector Arrival||text||/ınformation/ınspectorarrival|
|Permit Fee Calculator||text||/ınformation/feecalculator|
|Natural Disaster Information||text||../ınformation/disasters|
|Utility Meter Reset Information||text||../permit/meterreset|
|Complaint - Work Without a Permit||text||../permit/complaint|
|Homeowner Project Handouts||text||../download/residentialhandout|
|Online License Application||text||/contractor/application|
|Frequently Requested Contact Information||text||../licensing/licensingcontacts|
|Frequently Requested License Information||text||../licensing/licensingfaq|
|Workmans Compensation Information||text||../licensing/workerscompensationpolicy|
|ICC Testing Information||text||../licensing/ıcctesting|
|Licensing Code Information||text||../download/code|
|License Application Forms||text||../download/license|
|License Registration Forms||text||../download/license|
|Contractor 101 - Website Training RSVP||text||../event/contractor|
|Electronic Splice||text||https://www.pprbd.org/plancheck/e-splice walkthrough.pdf|
|Design Criteria and Information - Codes and Loads||text||https://www.pprbd.org/downloads/commercialhandout/basic%20design%20criteria%20and%20ınformation.pdf|
|Electronic Plan Information||text||/ınformation/electronicplanınformation|
|Electronic Plan Types||text||../ınformation/eplantypes|
|Plan Check Policies||text||../ınformation/plancheck|
|Use Tax Information||text||../ınformation/usetax|
|Alternative Materials and Methods||text||/download/permit|
|Plan Activity Charts||text||../ınformation/charts?type=plans|
|Forms, Handouts & Downloads||text||../download/residentialhandout|
|Download Current 2017 PPRBC Code||text||../download/code|
|View Elevation Certificates||text||/ınformation/elevationcerts|
|📹 How to submit an electronic plan||text||https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t5hkrsmw5qy&t=1s|
|Energy Codes Res Check||text||https://www.energycodes.gov/rescheck/|
|Woodland Park Code||text||https://library.municode.com/co/woodland_park/codes/code_of_ordinances|
|Deck Composite Materials Approved by ICC||text||http://www.icc-es.org/evaluation_reports/index.shtml|
|Energy Codes Com Check||text||https://www.energycodes.gov/comcheck|
|Current Effective Floodplain Map||text||https://pprbd.maps.arcgis.com/apps/webappviewer/index.html?id=1d9243f3606542159a0a418070b08686|
|National Flood Insurance Program||text||https://www.fema.gov/national-flood-insurance-program|
|Federal Emergency Mgmt Agency||text||https://www.fema.gov/|
|USGS Real-Time Water Data for Colorado||text||https://waterdata.usgs.gov/co/nwis/rt|
|Floodsmart floodplain information||text||https://www.floodsmart.gov/|
|Army Corps of Engineers||text||http://www.spa.usace.army.mil/|
|US Dept of Agriculture||text||https://www.usda.gov/|
|Public GIS Map||text||http://rbdgis.pprbd.org/public/map/|
|ⓘ Domain Registrar||NETWORK SOLUTIONS, LLC|
|ⓘ Registration Date||06/19/1998 24 years, 9 months, 6 days ago|
|ⓘ Last Modified||07/31/2019 3 years, 7 months, 24 days ago|
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