BUILDING PERMITS

All Building Permit Applications will be required to be submitted via e-mail.
Submit Application, Supporting Documents and Plans to: submit@morgan-county.net

For Questions: (801) 845-4015

 

Building Permit Application Process

Thank you for choosing to build in Morgan County.  We are excited to start accepting digital applications.  We hope this will speed up the building permitting process.

When submitting digital plans, please make sure that it is saved into PDF files which includes all pages of the plans with the engineers’ stamp AND architectural review committee electrical stamp, as applicable.  The additional paper work that accompanies the digital plans (Permit Application, Land Use Application, Memo of Understanding, etc.) must be combined in a separate file. All documents that require a signature and notary stamp will need to be printed and required signatures obtained, then scanned in and email with the other information. 

Please submit ALL files to submit@morgan-county.net

The following links are the required Morgan County Documentation that you will need to fill out and email back to Morgan County.

1. How to submit digitally
2. Building Policies

3. Residential Permit Checklist   Basement Finish/Remodel Checklist   Addition Checklist    Detached Garage Checklist   Solar Panels Checklist


Other Related Forms

2. GRAMA Request

 

Rescheck Requirements: 

Per the International Energy Conservation Code (IECC) 2015, residential 1 & 2 family dwellings require that proof of compliance with their code found in IRC N1101 be submitted with a building permit application.  Also, the State of Utah implemented the requirement in 2016 that these dwellings meet either the Utah Energy Conservation Code or the IECC 2015 Code plus 3% compliance.   In order to satisfy this code, Morgan County requires a REScheckTM to be submitted in order to show compliance with the IECC. The following link is the avenue in which this can be accquired: https://www.energycodes.gov/rescheck

How to handle a Stop Work Order:

When work authorized by a building permit is found to be unsafe, or in violation of the building code or county ordinance, it will be addressed as follows: 

1.  The permit applicant will be notified of violation or unsafe condition in writing via a post on the permit status system. (Basecamp.com; to receive an invitation to Basecamp for a project please contact our office at 801-845-4015 option 1) 

2.  If the violation or unsafe condition is not corrected within a reasonable time, a stop work order will be issued. 

3.  The notificaton of the stop work order will be posted on Basecamp.com and a hard copy of the order and descriptions of the violation or unsafe condition will be posted on the project site.  All work must cease except work required to correct the violation or unsafe condtion. 

4.  When the violation or unsafe condition has been corrected, the building inspector will investigate and inspect to verify such as been corrected.  The cost of the investigation inspection is $70.00.  This fee must be paid before the investiation inspection can be scheduled. (Call the Treasurer's office at 801-845-4030 to make this payment or bring it in to the courthouse.)

5.  When the investigation is complete and the Building Inspector has verified that the violation or unsafe condition has been corrected, the stop work order will be removed. 

6.  When the stop work order is removed, all work authorized by the building permit may proceed.


Things to Remember When Building in Morgan County

***DO NOT BLOCK ROADWAYS OR COUNTY RIGHT OF WAYS WITH DUMPSTERS, TRUCKS, EQUIPMENT OR MATERIALS. IT IS UNLAWFUL TO BLOCK COUNTY THOUROUGH FARES, RIGHT OF WAYS OR SIDEWALKS, VIOLATORS WILL BE PROCECUTED ACCORDING TO THE LAW.

 ***A PORT-A-JOHN MUST BE ONSITE AT THE TIME OF FOOTING INSPECTION AND REMAIN ONSITE UNTIL FINAL INSPECTION***

 PLEASE CALL 801-845-4015 TO SCHEDULE ALL INSPECTIONS.

 


CONTACT US

  • 801-829-6811
  • 48 West Young Street
  •    Mailing Address P.O. Box 886
  • Morgan, Utah 84050

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