Douglas County Permits (Nebraska)

Search for Douglas County, NE 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 Douglas County Clerk's Office maintains public records for a county, including vital documents like birth certificates and marriage licenses, as well as Douglas County permits. Clerks in Douglas County, Nebraska 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 Douglas County Clerk Office can provide information on how to apply for a Douglas County permit or how to check if a permit is valid, and their permit information and records are usually available online.

Douglas County Clerk Omaha NE 1701 Farnam Street 68183 402-444-5387

Elkhorn City Clerk Omaha NE 401 Glenn Street 68022 402-289-2678


A Douglas County Town or City Hall provides municipal services for their community, which can include issuing and filing permits. These county permits may be required for a number of building projects, including renovations, demolitions, repairs, land development, and zoning compliance. In addition to building permits, Town and City Halls in Douglas County, Nebraska may also issue land use permits related to boundary lines, private roads, addresses, and water systems, as well as access permits, utility permits, and special event permits. These records can be used to prove that a project has a valid permit or to look up county permit rules, apply for a permit in Douglas County, or see approved permits. Town and City Halls typically provide online access to their county permit records.

Bennington City Hall Bennington NE 15514 Warehouse Street 68007 402-238-2470

Omaha City Hall Omaha NE 1819 Farnam Street 68183 402-444-7000

Valley City Hall Valley NE 203 North Spruce Street 68064 402-359-2251


A Douglas 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 Douglas County, Nebraska issue and file building permits. These county permits may be required for renovations, demolition, repairs, land development, and installing or repairing septic systems. Douglas County permits can show if a building meets fire codes and other building codes, which may be called a certificate of zoning compliance. These Douglas 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.

Douglas County Planning and Zoning Department Omaha NE 3015 Menke Circle 68134 402-444-7189

Omaha City Zoning Omaha NE 1819 Farnam Street 68183 402-444-3426

Omaha Permits Omaha NE 4425 South 108th Street 68137 402-595-2492

Omaha Planning Department Omaha NE 1819 Farnam Street 68183 402-444-5150


A Douglas County Code Enforcement Office is responsible for ensuring compliance with building codes as well as other rules and regulations. As part of enforcing building codes and zoning regulations, Code Enforcement Offices in Douglas County, Nebraska may issue county permits. These Douglas County permits can be required for land development, installing septic systems, demolition, repairs, and renovations. They may also be required to show that a building meets fire codes and other building codes, which may be known as a certificate of zoning compliance. These Douglas County public records can also show if a building had a valid permit, and they can be used to look up building permit rules, apply for a permit, or see approved permits. Code Enforcement Offices typically provide online access to their county permit records.

Omaha Code Enforcement Omaha NE 1819 Farnam Street 68183 402-444-5371