Planning & Development

COVID-19 Service Update: October 28, 2020

We appreciate your patience and understanding during the temporary Town Hall closure. Residents can utilize online applications, links, e-mails, and phone numbers to correspond with the Planning & Development Department. Please see below for updates to specific department services:

For contractor licenses, please complete the application and payment online here. For any contractor license questions, please contact building@firestoneco.gov.

For building permits, please contact building@firestoneco.gov for application and submittal processes information. To make payment arrangements, please contact building@firestoneco.gov.  Payments for permits can be made by credit card over the phone, by check via mail, a check can be dropped off in the drop box at the entrance of Town Hall (151 Grant Avenue), or payment can be made in person after November 9, 2020. Once payment has been made, permits may be e-mailed or picked up on or after November 9, 2020.   

For inspections, the Town’s contractor SAFEbuilt continues to provide inspection services for commercial, new residential, and exterior residential (roof, deck, siding, gazebo, etc.) projects. However, to minimize exposure to the public, SAFEbuilt has put in place specific protocols and criteria for inspections inside occupied residential structures. For inspection scheduling, please contact SAFEbuilt at firestone-building@safebuilt.com, 303-774-0454.

For planning inquiries or applications, contact planning@firestoneco.gov. If you have been working with a specific planner, please continue to contact them directly.

The Planning & Development Department provides services related to the implementation of planning and land-use policies and regulations to residents, the Board of Trustees, the Planning and Zoning Commission, and the Parks, Trails and Recreation Advisory Board.

The Town of Firestone has a strong focus on business and economic development in an effort to provide new jobs and provide additional goods and services for Firestone residents. Economic development also increases the Town’s tax base, which helps keep taxes low while providing necessary public services. 

Photo showing a residential area being built up in North Firestone