TODAY'S INSPECTIONS: To see a list of today's inspections please click here.

Effective Tuesday, March 17, City Hall will be closed to the public until further notice as the City of Westminster takes additional precautions to prevent the spread of COVID-19 (coronavirus). Many of our staff will be working remotely and away from their offices over the coming days. In an attempt to provide a safe environment for our employees and to serve the general public the Building Division is continuing building inspections while taking additional precautions and measures at this time - please see details below.

*Building inspections should be scheduled online through eTRAKiT.  All inspections will be conducted as normal as long as social distancing can be achieved and maintained.  If an inspector deems it necessary to do the inspection via a virtual option an email will be sent to the applicant the morning of the scheduled inspection with further details on how the virtual inspection will be conducted.

Please email the Building Division regarding permits at for further assistance and we will get back to you as soon as possible. Thank you for your understanding and patience and stay safe.

Yes. For several reasons:

  • For your personal safety and that of your family and guests.
  • To protect future purchasers who deserve reasonable assurance that the home they will buy will be safe.
  • To ensure the economic well-being of the community by reducing potential spread of fire and disease.

    Obtaining a building permit alone will not assure the work has been done correctly.  Inspection of the work is the most important part of the process.  Having the work inspected will provide you with the assurance that the work has been properly completed. This will also provide a permanent record of compliance with building code requirements.

    Building permits provide the means for city building inspectors to inspect construction projects to ensure that minimum standards are met and appropriate materials are used. Inspection is the only way to independently verify that you comply with the adopted building codes. As a homeowner, you have a substantial investment that can be seriously jeopardized through less-than-complete code compliance. For insurance reasons, resale, refinancing and peace of mind, obtaining a permit is the right decision.

    Xcel Energy Design Assistance Program

    Xcel is offering an assistance program that helps include energy savings in the planning and design phase of your project.  For more information see the Energy Efficient Design Resources on the Westminster Sustainability webpage.

    Purchasing Materials (Tax Free)

    Did you know.....You can present a copy of a building permit when purchasing materials for your permitted project so that the local sales tax will NOT be charged.  Learn more about the Building Permit Use Tax Information.  

    Building Division

    Westminster City Hall 4800 W. 92nd Ave.
    Westminster, CO 80031

    Main Phone Line:  303-658-2075

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