Commercial building permits are required in the Town of Jackson to assure the development is consistent with building codes and other applicable regulations.
What Requires a Permit
It is unlawful for any person to erect, construct, reconstruct, or change the use of any building or other structure within the town limits without obtaining a building permit. The plans of and for the proposed erection, construction, reconstruction, alteration or use must fully conform to the zoning regulations, subdivision regulations and building regulations then in effect.
A commercial building permit is required for the following:
Change of Occupancy for any existing Commercial Building or Tenant Space
Commercial building additions
Detached accessory structures over 120 square feet
Installation of new cellular antennas
New commercial building structures
Removal or construction of new interior walls regardless if structural or not
Retaining walls over 4 feet in height, measured from the bottom of the footing, shall be engineered by a Wyoming licensed engineer
Tenant Fit-Out in a new commercial space
Tenant improvements including the finishing or remodeling of an existing building or tenant space
To prevent unnecessary delays in the review process, it is important to submit all required plans and documentation for a commercial building permit. Please submit an application packet with the following items:
An addendum submittal is required when information needs to be clarified or modified during the construction process which differs from the original approved set of plans. Please submit the following items:
Summary Page/transmittal of the changes and page numbers where changes are shown. Any sheet that is submitted for review must be called out on the summary page/transmittal. If not, the submittal will be deemed insufficient.