Commercial, Multi-Family Residential & Light Industrial Construction Process

Brian Head Town requires a building permit review process to secure the general purposes and objectives of the Land Management Code and ensure that the general appearance and public safety of buildings, structures, and development are harmonious and complementary to a mountain resort town.

 You must obtain a design review approval from Brian Head Town and a valid building permit from Iron County for the following actions:

  • Constructing a new building
  • Addition to a building which expands the footprint (including decks)
  • Structural, mechanical, electrical, and/or plumbing alterations to a building
Required Permits & Approvals:
  • Design & Zoning Review Approval 
(Includes approval for grading/excavating and tree removal)
(Retaining walls over 12’ height or 100’ length require Planning Commission approval)
  • Building Permit Issued 

Submittal Requirements (Brian Head Town)
  • Planning & Zoning Application Form
  • Brian Head Town Fees 
  • Engineered Grading Plan
  • Site Plan
  • Design Elevations
  • Restoration & Landscape Plan
  • Security Agreement
  • Insurance Information (for work in the Town right-of-way)
  • Utility Agreement
Review Process:
  • Completed Application Submitted
  • Fees & Security Submitted
  • Town Planning & Building Review
  • Town Engineering Review
  • Wildland Urban Interface Evaluation
  • Planning Commission Design Approval
  • Town Staff Final Review
  • Structural Review
  • Building Permit Issued
  • Initial Grading / Tree Evaluation - prior to commencing work)
  • Required Building Code Inspections 
  • Water & Sewer Connections 
  • Exterior Cladding Confirmation - ensure materials match approved submittal prior to installation
  • Re-seeding Inspection 
  • Final Planning & Zoning Approval 
  • Final Approval & Certificate of Occupancy 
  • Security Release

To Apply for a Building Permit