For all County Inspections, please visit the Pitkin County Inspections page. Do not submit County Inspections here. A list of inspections required for your project will be provided at permit issuance. See a list of Building Inspection Types (PDF).
ALL INSPECTIONS ARE NOW SCHEDULED THROUGH THE SALESFORCE APPLICANT PORTAL
NOTE: You must register in Salesforce to be able to request inspections. Please refer to the links below for instructions:
HOW TO SCHEDULE AN INSPECTION ONLINE?
Prior to requesting an inspection, please make sure to follow through the steps below:
- First, make sure your permit is in Issued Status.
- You can check your permit status with these instructions. CLICK HERE.
- Then, see which inspections are required for your permit. Please click here for instructions.
- Last, follow these steps to request your inspection(s) via Salesforce.
For questions on inspections please email email@example.com or call 970-920-5065.
If you are experiencing system issues please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
When an inspector comes out to your site, he or she will be verifying whether the work performed to date conforms with your plan and complies with code. The BEST card holder for the work being inspected must be on site to meet with the inspector.
If your project passes the inspection, the inspector will provide you with verification that the inspection was passed.
If your project does not pass an inspection, the inspector will inform you of what needs to done to bring the project into compliance and whether formal enforcement actions will be taken.
The City’s Progressive Code Enforcement Policy (PDF) (page 12, Section 2.02.120. Uniform enforcement of City Regulations (c) Progressive enforcement) in the Municipal Code explains the steps you can expect regarding violations. Be aware that re-inspections are not allowed until the day following the initial inspection.