The HBA is proud to serve as the information source for housing to government, the general public, and the housing consumer in El Paso County.
PIKES PEAK REGIONAL BUILDING DEPARTMENT TOOLS
El Paso County Building Permit Reports
Electronic Plan Reviews
All new master plan submittals must be done electronically with PPRBD or will be subject to a $50 scanning fee prior to picking up the plan set. Download a guide to submitting your plan electronically.
Online Inspection Services
If you have called to request an inspection, you can confirm the inspection is scheduled and verify its number on the inspection log online. Search by Address or Permit number. You also now have the option to receive either an automated call ahead or an automated text message notifying you your inspector is coming soon.
PPRBD has a YouTube channel for how-to videos on electronic plan submissions, online inspection requests, and more.
LAND AND LOTS FOR SALE
If you have land available for development, send a description, pictures and specs to firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll promote it on this website.
40-Acre Vacant Land for Sale
Located off of Powers and Grinnell in D3 / Widefield School. Proposed use: Single and Multi-family. Priced at $2,600,000.00. See more details. For more information contact Gary Hollenbeck at 719-630-2222 or email@example.com.
Homesites by Solid Rock Custom Homes, LLC
Homesites are for sale in the following communities: Stratton Pines
The Outback at Cedar Heights, The Spires Broadmoor, Broadmoor Heights, Broadmoor Bluffs, Stratton Preserve. See details. Contact Michelle Grove-Reiland at 719-339-2216 or Lain Chappell at 719-494-0932 for more information.
Priced for Quick Sale! 2.5 Acres in Kings Deer
Enjoy 360 degree views and a short walk to the club house. Could accommodate a walk-out plan. Priced for quick sale at $140K. Contact Deb Moeller with Flying Horse Realty, LLC at 719-491-6642.
All communities have exposure to natural disaster potential, be it landslides, flooding, fires, hurricanes, earthquakes, tornadoes, etc. Our industry takes these geological hazards - and all hazards - seriously, and is dedicated to continuing to work with the City on these issues. The HBA favors full disclosure of these potential risks so that consumers can make a fully informed, intelligent decision when it comes to buying a lot or home.
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