Proposed Permit Fee Update
The Board of Supervisors is considering an increase in permitting fees. Permit fees were last raised in 2004, and the current fee schedule does not cover the County’s costs to review projects and provide inspections to ensure buildings in Cochise County are safe and sanitary.
Please click here to review the draft updated fee schedule.
To submit comments, please email: email@example.com
InfoMap is an interactive map that provides land information such as parcel data, maintained roads, flood hazard areas, and more.
Planning and Zoning (P&Z) is responsible for the long and short range planning for unincorporated areas and communities in Cochise County and developing and updating the Comprehensive Plan. P&Z processes special use requests, rezoning, home occupations, subdivisions, and variances to the Zoning Regulations.
Have a question about developing land in Cochise County? Call Development Services or Email a Planner
Planning and Zoning also enforce the Zoning Regulations, Land Clearing Ordinance, Light Pollution Ordinance, Hazard Abatement Ordinance, Graffiti Abatement in the enclaves of Sierra Vista and Solid Waste (Wildcat Dumping) Ordinance.
Have a question? Call Development Services or Email a Code Compliance Officer
Building Safety ensures quality construction for the county’s residents and visitors through enforcement of the Building Safety Code. Building Safety is responsible for the issuance of residential and commercial building permits and coordinates all facets of building plan review and subsequent inspections during construction for code conformance in the interest of public safety. Building Safety also performs:
The State required installation inspections on mobile and manufactured homes in the county
Receiving applications and issuing permits for septic systems (Health Department)
Residential work in the right-of-way (Highway and Floodplain)
Floodplain use permits (Highway and Floodplain)
Residential and Commercial Permits call or Email a Permit Technician