Permit Migration Information
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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).SC



For Salesforce based permits ending with BRES, BCOM, BIFF, BREP, ELEC, PLUM, MECH. Schedule inspections on Sales Force. 

For EDEN-based permits ending with ARBK, ACBK, ARBK, ACBL, ARGR, ACGR, AELE, ASPL, AMEC, most have now been transferred into Salesforce. Contractor applicants shall receive an email informing them of this transfer and inspections for these permits should be scheduled in the Salesforce portal. For permits that have not been transfer to Salesforce, continue to use the online inspection scheduling form at the bottom of this screen.


If you applied for a permit in Salesforce, you need to request all inspections via the Applicant Portal 

Click here for instructions

For questions/system support, email or call 970-920-5065. For in-person assistance, please come to City Hall, 3rd floor.


If your permit got issued before the transition of online permitting or you have not been notified regarding your permit being migrated to Salesforce, please click on the appropriate referral agency inspection link below: 

All required referral agencies must sign off in our old computer system before any final building inspections can be performed. Please allow 7 business days prior to your final building inspections for this process. 



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.

Passed Inspections

If your project passes the inspection, the inspector will provide you with verification that the inspection was passed.

Failed Inspections

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.

Code Enforcement

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.