Permits

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Homeowners

Building or renovating?

Remodel/addition building permit

Single family home building permit

Manufactured or factory built home permit

Fence permit

Solar/photovoltaic permit

Solar water heater permit

Swimming pool, spa/hot tub permit

Businesses

Moving into or renovating a new location?

New business checklist

Tenant occupancy permit

Tenant improvement permit

Business activities:

Temporary use permit 

Peddler/solicitor permit

 

Builders

Building or renovating?

Commercial building permit

Single family residential or duplex

Manufactured or factory built residential permit

Multi-family residential permit

Commercial/Residential demolition application

 

Events

Holding a temporary event or activity?

Special event/temporary use permit

• Special event liquor license - see below           

• Film Permit application

Temporary sound control permit

 

Signs

Sign permit instructions

Sign permit application

Temporary sign permit

Sign walkers permit

• Vertical banner permit 

Other permits

City right of way/streets permits

Wastewater permits

Zoning/Land Use permits 

 

 

Resources

Zoning applications and information
Go to the Zoning web page for planning applications (zone change, development review, conditional use permit, subdivision), administrative waivers/variances, land division/combinations, and zoning verification requests, home occupation information.

Special event liquor license
Go to Arizona Department of Liquor. Application form can be found by clicking here. State Special Event Liquor License applications must be received by the city at least 60 days prior to the event for processing. The state requires the city to review and approve the application prior to the state issuance of a license. Contact the state at 602-542-5141; contact the City Clerk’s Office at 928-282-3113 for information about the city review and approval process. The local fee for a Special Event Liquor License is a $25 review fee. All other Liquor Licenses have a local fee of $50.

Building permit information
See “When a building permit is required” for information on which projects require a building permit. Permit packets consist of multiple documents, such as instructions and applications (combined into a single PDF). You may download, save, and print each packet. The application forms can be filled in electronically for your convenience (it is recommended that you save the file to your computer prior to filling in and printing the form).

Plans and permit applications are processed on a first come, first served basis. Review times vary with the complexity of the project, volume of permit applications, and quality of submittals received. Additional time may be needed to address corrections or obtain other agency approvals before the permit is issued. Time Frame Requirements (SB 1598).

Building permit fees and valuation
Building permit fees are based on the valuation of your project and include both permit review and inspection fees. While calculating the fees for building permits can be complex, the basis for the calculations are found in City Code 15.05.060, Building Permit Fees and Valuation. Other fees that could be charged include, but are not limited to: Development Impact Fees, Wastewater Fees, Grading Fees, and Drainage Basin Fees. While final fees will be determined after a complete review of your plans, Community Development staff can assist with determining which fees will apply and providing a preliminary estimate.

Building codes
2006 IRC, IBC, IMC, IPC, IFGC
2005 NEC
2006 International Residential Code and 2006 International Building Code Design Criteria
The city of Sedona has not adopted the International Energy Conservation Code at this time.
Pursuant to Section 2.60.20 of the Sedona City Code, the Community Development Department Director serves as the Building Official for the City of Sedona.