Check out the county's building applications from a commercial building permit to a letter of authorization.
Browse building permit activity reports from the current year to 2002.
The Building Division is responsible for the collection of fees adopted by the County in association with building permits. Depending on the nature of the project these fees may include the building permit and plan review fees, miscellaneous, demolition, mechanical, plumbing, development, grading and erosion control, septic, sewer, exaction, affordable housing, and energy mitigation program fees.
Search the permits website for your building permit status.
View various code resolution documents from sewer rules and regulations to fire protection resolutions.
Learn how to use and access the planning and building records and archives web portal.
You can use this site to research past planning or building permits issued for a property, to check on the status of a current permit, or to request a building inspection.
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You can find updated information here for any new products that The International Code Council approves.
To provide a safe working and living environment by promoting nationally recognized standards in new construction.
- What are the climatic and geographic design criteria for Teton County?
- Does a change in building code require me to retrofit my building?
- Do I need a building permit to build a wood deck?
- Is a building permit needed for storage shed?
- Who is responsible for scheduling inspections?
- If I call in an inspection when will the inspector show up?
- Can I schedule inspections online?
- Do I have to be present at an inspection I schedule?
- Do I need a building permit to pour concrete flat work (driveways, walkways, etc.)?
- When is a certificate of occupancy (CO)/certificate of completion required?