Residents May Obtain Qualifying Building Permits on Monday, June 15
Denver residents have one last day to take advantage of the free building permits offered through the Home Renovation Bonanza. The permit fees for qualifying projects will be waived through 4 p.m. Monday, June 15 at the Webb Municipal Building as part of the City’s Home Renovation Bonanza. The free permits are valid for 180 days. Permits will be issued on the spot to citizens or their contractors.
Denver residents pulled 811 free building permits for $3,804,370 in construction during the first nine days of the Home Renovation Bonanza, which began on Monday, June 1. Residents saved $53,648 in permit fees. The average daily residential permit volume for qualifying Bonanza permits was 90 – more than double the average of 40 similar permits issued per day in the month of May.
WHERE: Second floor permit counter, Webb Municipal Building, 201 W. Colfax Ave., go to the yellow flag (Quick Permits)
WHEN: The free building permits can be obtained between 7:30 a.m. and 4 p.m., Monday, June 15.
The Home Renovation Bonanza covers the following improvements to existing single-family homes and duplexes.
- Basic interior remodel (existing kitchen, bath or bedroom)
- Basement remodel
- Roof covering repair or replacement
- Wall insulation
- Replacement of water heaters
- Change out central heating and air
- Photo voltaic systems (Solar Panels)
- Stucco or siding home exteriors
The Home Renovation Bonanza excludes complex projects that require detailed plan review such as new homes, additions, garages and new structures such as a gazebo. Projects requiring plan review for engineering and structural modifications are also excluded.