There are two methods to check the status of your plan review: (1) using the robust e-permits system or (2) using the log number search function on this page. E-permits is the public-facing window into Denver’s development permit records. With it, you can view all permits associated with an address, see review status, download the final approved plans (if plans were submitted electronically), pay permit fees, schedule inspections, check inspection results, and more.
Both methods will display a list of all reviewing disciplines, which may be more reviews that what your project requires. Your specific building permit is ready when each discipline involved in the review of your plans has been marked “approved.” Please note if a review is marked “separate submittal required,” this must be submitted and approved before the building permit can be issued.
Numbers must be entered in the following format: Year issued – the word “LOG” for building permits (“ZONE” for zoning permits, “SUDP” for SUDP permits, or “FIRE” for fire permits) – and the seven-character record number.
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