Search for Shoshone County, ID county permits. A county permit search can provide information on applying for a permit, permit requirements, building permits, land use permits, demolition permits, septic system permits, access permits, utility permits, special event permits, renovation permits, temporary event permits, reserving public property, looking up permits, checking if a permit is valid, fire code permits, certificates of zoning compliance, and water system permits.
The Shoshone County Clerk's Office maintains public records for a county, including vital documents like birth certificates and marriage licenses, as well as Shoshone County permits. Clerks in Shoshone County, Idaho may be responsible for filing and issuing county permits, including building permits, land use permits, access permits, utility permits, and special event permits. These permits may be required for installing or repairing septic systems, demonstrating that a building meets fire codes and other building codes, demolition, repairs, renovations, and adjusting boundary lines. They may also be required for temporary events, reserving public property, or a number of land development uses. The Shoshone County Clerk Office can provide information on how to apply for a Shoshone County permit or how to check if a permit is valid, and their permit information and records are usually available online.
Kellogg City Clerk Kellogg ID 1007 Mc Kinley Avenue West 83837 208-786-9131
Mullan City Clerk Mullan ID 112 Terrill Loop 83846 208-744-1515
Osburn City Clerk Osburn ID 921 East Mullan Avenue 83849 208-752-0001
Pinehurst City Clerk Pinehurst ID 106 North Division Street 83850 208-682-3721
Shoshone County Clerk Wallace ID 700 Bank Street 83873 208-752-1264
A Shoshone County Building Department creates and enforces building codes and zoning rules to ensure the construction of safe buildings. As part of their job, Building Departments in Shoshone County, Idaho issue and file building permits. These county permits may be required for renovations, demolition, repairs, land development, and installing or repairing septic systems. Shoshone County permits can show if a building meets fire codes and other building codes, which may be called a certificate of zoning compliance. These Shoshone County public records can be used to prove a building project has a valid permit or to look up building permit rules, apply for a permit, or see approved permits. Building Departments often provide online access to county permit information and records.
Kellogg Building Department, Planning, Zoning and Permits Kellogg ID 1007 Mc Kinley Avenue West 83837 208-783-7751
Shoshone County Zoning Wallace ID 700 Bank Street 83873 208-752-8891