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You cannot win a monthly drawing more than once, but you can win a monthly drawing and the grand prize. Several ways! There is a map with the points of each and every Friday a video revealing the location of the will be posted. You can complete this as fast or slow as you want! You can do all 20 locations in a day if you want! As long as you have completed it by Nov. This is to celebrate Broomfield's two big anniversaries, it doesn't matter who wants to celebrate it! Participating in the scavenger hunt is not contingent on entering the prize entry.
This contact information is not shared with anyone or any organization. It will ONLY be used to contact you in the event that you win. And children can complete the rubbing to make one big image. Requests for discovery must be done in writing and submitted to the Court clerks office either in person, by mail, or faxed.
Your will be recorded in the county in which you applied for thenot necessarily the county in which the marriage took place. You may obtain a certified copy either in person or by mail. If requested by mail, submit the names of both bride and groom, the date of the ceremony, the address to which the copy should be mailed, and a check or money order, payable to the City and County of Broomfield, for the amount due. For additional information click on fee schedule. Submit correct fees - cash or check only Checks payable to City and County of Broomfield One inch 1" margin at top and bottom of document Return address for mailing document back return envelope appreciated Documents must be in English or be accompanied by a translation.
Unofficial images of the recorded documents are available for viewing online only. The images are available from November 15,to present day. Click on Search Recorded Documents on Recording home to access. You may order a copy or a certified copy of a recorded document either in person or by mail. If requesting by mail, include the recording reception of the document, or the name s on the document, and approximate recording date.
Also include, the address where the copy should be mailed, and a check for the amount due. Only documents within the City and County of Broomfield Recording database can be certified. Military Discharge documents are available to the person named at no charge. If you need a copy of a document recorded prior to November 15,please contact the county for their assistance.
Call They can answer a variety of questions on most phases of any project. If you manage to stump one of them, the plans analysts can always connect you with a specific inspector or they will research your question and call you back with an answer. You can also your questions to any of the plans analysts listed on the. The building division is available from a. Monday through Friday, except holidays. Payments are accepted between am and pm. Our directory lists contact information for our plans analysts, permit technicians, inspectors, and Chief Building Official.
Go north on I to th Avenue exit. Go west on th Avenue to Lamar Street. Lamar Street will be the 2nd traffic light past Sheridan Blvd. Turn right on Lamar before Applebee's. Drive north to the third stopa T-intersection with DesCombes Drive.
Directly ahead is the entry to the parking lot, with the George Di Ciero City and County Building in front of you and the Combined Courts and Police building on your right. From Boulder: Go southeast on U. Hwy 36, Boulder Turnpike, take the Hwy exit. Drive north to Midway Blvd. Continue on Midway Blvd. Take the next right turn at Lamar Street. Turn right at the first parking lot entrance, and the George Di Ciero City and County Building will be directly in front of you with the Combined Courts and Police building on your right.
Turn left, going east. Do I need a building permit for my project? Most construction projects require building permits and inspections to verify compliance with building codes and zoning regulations. Alterations, garage conversions, change of use, structural repairs, drywall, and fire or flood repairs all require permits. How long does it take to get a building permit? Review Timelines Construction is up all over the metropolitan area so building departments are busy!
Please schedule enough time for a plan review to keep your project on track. Typical plan review times are as follows:. For typical homeowner projects, one set of plans is required. The plans should include a site plan that shows where the proposed construction will be located on the property, including lot dimensions and all existing structures; a floor plan showing the use of the spaces, any framing proposed, and dimensions; and a section view, if needed, to show how the structure is attached to the existing building.
Please refer to our handout section on our web for more information. Wet stamp or electronic stamp is acceptable. Please see our website under forms for applications and more detail. Do I need a contractor's to get a permit? If a homeowner hires a contractor for any type of construction on a home, the contractor shall be d by the City and County of Broomfield.
The contractor is responsible for obtaining all required permits, but the homeowner should verify that the necessary permits have been issued. All contractors who perform work for pay or other compensation are required to be d as a contractor in City and County of Broomfield.
What happens if I don't get a permit? If the work is started without a permit, a special investigation fee may be charged before the permit can be issued. If the entire project is completed, such as a deck or basement finish, the homeowner remains responsible for obtaining the proper permits and inspections.
In some cases, this may mean removal of wall coverings to check concealed work. Homeowners should also contact their insurance company to verify that the new work will still be covered if no permit has been obtained. Often a completed project is not caught until a prospective buyer or private home inspector checks with the building department or a disaster occurs. Can I do all the electrical and plumbing work on my own home? Homeowner-occupants may do all the work on their own home if they are confident in their abilities.
However, the homeowner-occupant needs to an acknowledgement form indicating compliance with the state law prior to issuance of the permit. How close can I build to my property line? All structures houses, garages, sheds, decks, pools, spas, patio covers, gazebos, etc.
This distance varies with both the type of structure and the zoning of your neighborhood. Straight zoning usually older neighborhoods has regulations adopted by ordinance in the Municipal Code Title 17, Zoning. Newer subdivisions have PUD planned unit development zoning, which has regulations unique to each subdivision or filing adopted through the development plan process. Typically, all structures shall be at least 5 feet away from the side property lines, and could be required to be set back even greater distances.
In a majority of cases, the house is constructed at the minimum front setback line, and no structure can be built closer to the street than the house. The rear yard setbacks vary considerably, depending on the subdivision and the structure. There may also be utility or drainage easements in various locations on your lot that restrict the placement of any structure. For correct setback information in all zoning districts, please call the City and County of Broomfield Planning Division at What inspections do I need for my project?
The simplest answer is that the inspectors need to check all work before it is concealed by the next phase of construction. The plans examiners will also explain the inspections you need during the plan review process. Please call us with any questions at How do I call for an inspection on my project? If you are a homeowner you will call our automated line to schedule inspections.
The information needed to schedule your inspection will be on the inspection record card orange card that will be given to you when the permit is issued at our counter or by your contractor. This will have the permit numerics only and the 3 digit inspection code that is needed to schedule your inspection. The automated line allows you to schedule up to four days out, next day inspections are not guaranteed so please plan accordingly. If you are a contractor you can be ed up to use our online Citizen Access website to schedule your inspections, however, you will need to call our offices to set up your online access The currently adopted building code also requires smoke alarms to be installed in the home whenever interior alterations are made that require a building permit.
Therefore, for permits issued after July 1,inspections for all interior alterations and additions will include verification of correct installation of smoke alarms and carbon monoxide alarms in dwelling units that include fuel fired appliances or an attached garage.
Interior alterations include, but are not limited to remodels, basement finishing, replacement of furnaces, water heaters, installation of air conditioning, and window replacements. Carbon monoxide alarms shall produce a distinct, audible alarm, may be combined with a smoke detecting device if the combined device produces an alarm, or an alarm and voice al, in a manner that clearly differentiates between the two hazards, and shall be listed by an approved, nationally recognized, independent product-safety testing and certification laboratory.
Carbon monoxide alarms shall be powered by one of the following methods: fully battery powered, plug-connected into a dwelling's unswitched electrical outlet and include a battery backup, wired into a dwelling's electrical system and include a battery back-up, or connected to an electrical system via an electrical panel. Carbon monoxide alarms shall be installed within 15 feet of the entry to each sleeping room.
Smoke alarms shall be listed by an approved, nationally recognized, independent product-safety testing and certification laboratory per IRC Section Smoke alarms shall be installed in accordance with the current building code: on each floor level of the home, in the immediate vicinity outside each separate sleeping area, and in each sleeping room. When more than one smoke alarm is required, the devices shall be interconnected in such a manner that the actuation of one alarm will activate all of the alarms in the individual dwelling unit. Smoke alarms shall receive their primary power from the building wiring and include a battery backup.
For alterations, interconnection and hard-wiring of smoke alarms will be required only if the alterations include electrical work in the area requiring a smoke alarm; in all other cases, battery powered smoke alarms will be acceptable. The installation of carbon monoxide alarms and smoke alarms shall comply with the manufacturers installation instructions.
Do the EPA lead abatement regulations apply to my project? The Environmental Protection Agency has enacted rules to minimize lead poisoning through lead-safe work practices. Effective April 22,contractors performing renovation, repair, and painting projects that disturb lead based paint in homes, child care facilities, and schools built before must be certified and must follow specific work practices to prevent lead contamination.
Homeowners should research the EPA regulations to determine any steps necessary to comply. Lead based paints can be harmful to both children and adults, especially when activities like sanding, cutting, and demolition create lead dust and chips. Please see the EPA website for complete information.Broomfield phone chat lines
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