If you are building a new home (single family dwelling), you are required to submit for and obtain a building permit and inspections. Please be aware of Herriman’s Single Family Design Standards.
Be sure to notify us if you are acting as an Owner/Builder
If you are a contractor planning to build multiple houses using the same building plans, please see Cardfile Plan Review Program.
Please review the following notices (copies are provided when you purchase your permit):
Other applicable information:
Permit fees are based on use of area and square footage, but are not charged until all plan reviews are completed and approved (see Fee Calculation Form). Permit fees do not include sewer fees – contact South Valley Sewer District at 801-571-1166. Another cost you will incur will be for a soils report which must be provided to the inspector at the footing inspection – see Geotechnical (Soils) Report.
Submit signed application and plans to the Building Department by email at email@example.com. If your plans are too large to email, please provide a shareable link to where we can download your plans from such as Dropbox, Google Drive or other online service.
Plan review will take approximately 10-15 working days, after which we may call with corrections that will need to be made to your plans. After the plans have been approved, we will email an invoice with the amount owed for the permit. Payments may be made by phone at 801-446-5323 with an electronic check, credit card (an additional fee will apply for payments over $1000), or a check may be brought into the City office. Credit card payments are not accepted for Single Family Dwelling permits.
Landscaping is required to obtain a Certificate of Occupancy (see Landscaping Ordinance Info). As soon as landscaping has been installed or the bond is posted, the permanent water meter will be set within 2-3 working days if a water application has been submitted to the Water Department. If no application has been made, the Water Department will remove the jumper and shut off the water.