Permit Services - One Stop Shop
Water Development Fees changed on July 1, 2014 - for details ask your Development Services representative.
Bulk CO² Tanks Now Require Permits - for details ask for Counter Reviewer assistance.
All property owners applying for a permit for new construction will be required to submit a properly completed Owner Builder Form (pdf/968kb/3pp) before a building permit will be issued.
An owner builder who is improving the property for sale will be required to have a valid City of Scottsdale Transaction Privilege (sales) Tax License and to provide that license number on the declaration form. Contact Tax Audit at 480-312-7087 for further information.
- For information on fire prevention, visit www.scottsdalefd.com or call 480-312-FIRE.
- Try our online Records Request Form
- Plan Submittal Requirements
Permit Applicationse-Application for Plan Review -- For Single Family, Multi-Family, Commercial and Civil, Tenant Improvement, Pools, Signs, residential Solar Systems, Utilities. Registration for online services is required.
Digital Submittals -- Tenant Improvement, Single Family, Deferred Fire Plans, Signs, Pools, Plats/MODs, residential Solar Systems, Traffic Control Plans and Utilties. Registration for online services is required.
Minimum Permit Application -- electrical, mechanical and plumbing residential minimum permits that do not require plan review.
Fire Hydrant Flow Test Permits - additional form(pdf/50kb/1p) required.
Frequently Requested Information
Standard Plans - Not all projects can use standard plans; engineered plans and related plan review fees may be required.
Directions, Hours & Services
Inspection Services Office
Water Campus Office
Standard Plans Fax Submittal is 480-312-9200.
Call 480-312-5750 if you have questions regarding Certificate of Occupancy, temporary electric, temporary C of O, expiration notices, permit extensions, and utility clearances
Specialized Search Tools
Payment for services can be made with cash, check or credit card. The city accepts all major credit cards.
Once a permit is issued, applicant has 180 days to obtain the first inspection or the permit will expire. Each proceeding inspection must occur within 180 days of the latest inspection.
A fee is required to reinstate an expired permit.
Arizona Blue Stake - Call before you dig!
Debris in Alleyways(pdf/87kb/2pp)
Site Security (pdf/58kb/2pp)
Although no permit is required, most of the time a temporary power pole is needed at the site so a plot plan is needed to show location of construction trailer for the temp power pole. The reason for the plot/site plan is to make sure the trailer is not being placed in any easements (NAOS, PUE, etc). It can not be used for sales; sales trailers (PDF/85kb) require a separate review and approval process. Please note that for any structures on property with the ESL overlay, even temporary structures, must comply with the Light Reflective Value (LRV) restriction of 35%.
For more information, contact Current Planning at 480-312-7000.