Complete a building permit application.
(Permit Application link)(PDF, 224KB)
Vehicle Charging Stations are manufactured and listed as required by the 2017 Edition of the National Electrlc:11I Code Article 625.
Notice to applicant
It is the applicant/ owner’s responsibility to ensure all private rules and regulations of the subdivision are adhered to. Contact your HOA or property management to determine applicable requirements.
Provide the following information in the construction plans
- Show the location of the charging station
- Show the location of the electrical panel
- Charger design
- UL listed information including the electrical materials, devices, fittings and associated equipment
- Some charging stations will require venting. Please show in the plans.
- One line diagram that includes conductors, conduit sizes, types and over-current protection
- Electrical load calculations if a new 240 volt circuit is added
- If the UL listed charging station and electric vehicle only requires a 120 volt plug in receptacle, no Perm11 is required
Prepare your project for electronic submittal by doing the following:
All documents must be in PDF format
The security level in the PDF must allow the Town to apply stamps, markups and ultimately approvals on the document
Do not mix portrait and landscape pages in the same document. Rotate all pages the same direction
All pages of the building plans should be in one PDF.
Label the documents with the appropriate name. For example: Application, construction plans, etc.
Email the entire submittal, in PDF format, to: Permits@orovallayaz.gov, (if the file is larger than 10MB, submit as a link)
You will receive an email letting you know the submittal has been received.
Plan review is 10 business days.
Permits are issued electronically
The person responsible for the permit (applicant, contractor or homeowner), must print one full size set of:
Stamped approved construction plans
Inspection card (white paper is acceptable)
Supporting documents such as Calculations
All of the above listed documents must be on the construction site in paper format and available for the building inspectors.
Failure to provide the approved paper documents on the job site for the inspector may result in a failure of inspections.