Information for Town residents.
Do you want a building permit application?
How do I get a grading permit?
Do you want a permit for a pool or spa?
Pre-application review is the first step to most development proposals. It provides you an opportunity to meet with Town staff and discuss the process and requirements applicable to your project.
Do you need a minor modification to setback requirements that apply to your property? See if your proposal may be administratively approved through the process below.
How do I get a sign or banner permit?
Do you need to submit an application for a Type II Home Occupation?
Do you need a modification to zoning standards that apply to your property? Are you an aggrieved party appealing an administrative decision or zoning interpretation? Read more about the variance and appeals process below.
How do I get a wall permit?
The Town of Oro Valley's building code amendments were adopted on December 5, 2018, with an effective date of January 4, 2019.
What information is needed to submit for a for a commercial permit?
How do I find the Customer Portal?
The purpose of this page is to give you access to permit and application information and forms.
Are you interested in dividing your land? If so, Town approval is required. Please follow the steps below for any land division involving three or less parcels with existing access to each.
This page gives a general list of items that may or may not need a permit.
Zoning provides the development standards and uses allowed on a property. In addition to the Zoning Code, the Town of Oro Valley has several Planned Area Developments, or PADs. The purpose of Planned Area Development (PAD) is to improve and protect the public health, safety, and welfare by pursuing unified planning and development proposals.
What are the guidelines for outdoor lighting in Oro Valley?
Do you need to pay for your residential or commercial building permit?
Do you need to check the status on the plan review or search if a permit was issued?
The Standard Operating Policy and Procedures (SOP’s) is to provide a format in which code interpretations, office processes and procedures, plan review and inspection matters, other agency relationships, and general items can be recorded for use. The manual is intended to provide efficiency and consistency in processing, review, and inspection, in accordance with adopted codes and ordinances.
Do you have a permit that is about to expire?
What information is needed to submit for a for a residential permit?
Do you need to schedule a residential or commercial inspection?
The purpose of a special inspection is to provide inspection of those areas of construction where strength, safety and construction practices have been determined to be sufficiently critical to warrant inspection by a special inspector. A special inspector is a person who has been approved by the building official to perform certain types of inspections.