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For information regarding COVID-19 in Breckenridge, please visit here.

UPDATE March 27, 2020
Town Hall is still closed to the public. 
We are accepting Technical Permit applications (Electrical, Plumbing, Mechanical) as well as Building Permit applications.  Please read the following instructions carefully: For Technical Permits: email your application to building@townofbreckenridge.com.  You will be contacted for credit card payment and the permit will be issued electronically.  For Building Permits: Complete submittals will be accepted via a physical dropbox located in the vestibule at the front entrance of Town Hall.  The entire process is described in our Jobsite COVID-19 Policy document.  Any questions or concerns can be answered by calling 970-453-3180 during normal business hours (M-F, 8am-5pm).  Staff is working remotely and is available during this time to answer your calls and emails.

Inspections will be resuming the week of March 30, 2020, with specific guidelines.  Please carefully review our Jobsite COVID-19 Policy for detailed instructions on how you can get an inspection. 

We greatly appreciate your cooperation and teamwork during this time.  Please don't hesitate to call us at 970-453-3180 or email building@townofbreckenridge.com with any inquiries or concerns.

The Building Department is open for customer service Monday to Friday from 8am to 5pm, and closed on major holidays. We can be reached Monday to Friday from 8:00am to 5:00pm at 970-453-3180.

Building regulations promote standards, sustainability and social inclusion and are aimed at ensuring the health and safety of people in and around buildings. Furthermore, compliance with building codes contributes to the durability of the built environment, helps maintain a higher quality of life and guest experience, and helps maintain property values.

The Building Inspection Division is responsible for administering and enforcing the building regulations (codes) and local amendments that have been adopted by the Town Council. Building regulations cover all aspects of construction such as structural stability, weatherproofing, energy conservation, ventilation, heating, cooling, fire protection and emergency egress, occupancy safety and use, and include the electrical, mechanical and plumbing systems. They also ensure that adequate access and facilities are provided for people with disabilities.