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A Zoning Permit is required for all projects that include a building or other structure that is erected, moved, added to, altered, or the use is changed. This includes fences, storage sheds, etc. The cost for a Zoning Permit for a residential property is $25.00 and the cost for a Zoning Permit for a non-residential property is $50.00. A Zoning Permit shall not be required for the maintenance and/or ordinary repairs to buildings or structures, including but not limited to: re-siding, soffit, spouting or fascia; sidewalks and curbs located on private property not within the right-of-way of any street or street line as defined in the Denver Borough Zoning Ordinance; re-surfacing of any existing driveway; painting; replacement of floor coverings, including carpet, linoleum, and sub-floor; replacement of existing doors, windows, garage doors, and repairs or replacement of existing coverings such as wallpaper, paneling, and paint.
The Borough uses the current version of the International Property Maintenance Code.