The mission of the Building Department is to provide quality services to the community in a manner that is comprehensive, efficient, knowledgeable and helpful to the public. The Building Department promotes and insures that all new development in Eagle is constructed in accordance with the highest standards of safety and that all existing structures are maintained in a safe condition.
UPDATE! EFFECTIVE MARCH 1, 2019
ALL inspection requests must be called in prior to 4:00 PM to receive an inspection the next business day. All inspections called in after 4:00 PM will not be scheduled for the following business day. This is including any online inspection requests and any online permit applications requesting inspections. Online permit applications received after 4:00 PM will only be processed that day if time allows.
- Steve Nash
City of Eagle Building Official
RESIDENTIAL PLAN REVIEW TURN AROUND TIME:
The estimated time for a residential plan review is 20 business days without revisions.
SMALL PROJECTS (RESIDENTIAL) TURN AROUND TIME:
The estimated time for small projects plan review is 7-10 business days.
COMMERCIAL PLAN REVIEW TURN AROUND TIME:
The estimated time for commercial plan review is 4-6 weeks.
Adopted Codes: 2017 Idaho State Plumbing Code (ISPC)
2015 International Building Code (IBC)
2012 International Residential Code (IRC)
2012 International Energy Code (Residential)
2015 International Energy Code (Commercial)
2012 International Mechanical Code (IMC)
2012 International Fuel and Gas Code (IFGC)
2015 International Fire Code (IFC)
2017 National Electrical Code (NEC)
All Codes listed are effective January 1, 2018, and all local amendments.
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