Download Applications & Forms
In addition to applying online using our Online Applications feature, PDF versions are available for download here.
Please contact staff at the Planning and Development department to determine whether your project will require you to submit one of these applications. Please note that aeiral view maps will not be accepted for site plan drawings.
Building Permit Zoning Authorizations
- Building Permit Checklist Documents (Aerial view maps will not be accepted.)
- Map Amendments
- Lot line-related applications
- Road, street, easement and right-of-way related applications
Land use applications
- Certificates of nonconformance, parcel of record certificates, merger by contiguity certificates and certificates of conforming use application
- Similar Use determination application
- Special Use Permit application
- Special Use Permit application (for Telecommunication Towers)
- Special Use Permit application (for natural deposits, extraction & processing, concrete batch plants and hot mix plants)
- Public Use Review application
- Rural Land Use Plan application
Division of Water Resources County Submittals Checklist
- Subdivision activity applications
- Zoning-related applications
Retail & Medical Marijuana
- Zoning Compliance Review, Medical/Retail Marijuana Application
- Division of Water Resources Considerations
- Pueblo Board of Water Works Marijuana Enterprise Checklist
- Pueblo City-County Health Dept. Retail Food Establishment Plan
- Pueblo City-County Health Dept. Application for Preliminary Investigation of Proposed Marijuana Faciity
- Hemp Establishments
Other special applications and forms
- Application to conduct a designated activity of state and local interest (HB 1041)
- Flood hazard area development permit application
- Guest house occupancy acknowledgement
- Tenant housing occupancy acknowledgement
- Home occupations disclosure form
- Outdoor lighting plan review application
- Screening and buffering plan application
- Sign plan application
- Special Event Permit
- Instructions to create a map from Pueblo County's Website
- Colorado Geological Survey Submittal Form for Land Use Reviews
Geological studies are required by Colorado counties for all subdivisions of unincorporated land into parcels of less than 35 acres, under State statute C.R.S. 30-28-101 et seq. (Senate Bill 35, 1972). Some Colorado municipalities require geological studies for subdivision of incorporated land. In addition, local governments are empowered to regulate development activities in hazardous or mineral-resource areas under C.R.S. 24-65.1-101 et seq. (House Bill 1041, 1974) and C.R.S. 34-1-301 et seq. (House Bill 1529, 1973), respectively.
Local-government agencies submit proposed subdivision applications and supporting technical reports to the Colorado Geological Survey ”...for evaluation of those geologic factors which would have significant impact on the proposed use of the land,“ in accordance with State statutes. The CGS reviews the submitted documents and serves as a technical advisor to local-government planning agencies during the planning process. Since 1984, the CGS has been required by law to recover the full direct cost of performing such reviews.
The adequate knowledge of a site’s geology is essential for any development project. It is needed at the start of the project in order to plan, design, and construct a safe development. Proper planning for geological conditions can help developers and future owners/users reduce unnecessary maintenance and/or repair costs.