Devin Brown, Director

Building and Safety Division Applications and Requirements
Currently: Under the 2015 International Residential Code and the 2015 International Building Codes and the 2011 National Electrical Codes, as adopted by the Apache County Board of Supervisors July 2015.The purpose of the Apache County Building Inspections Division is to “establish minimum requirements to safeguard the public safety, health and general welfare, through affordability, structural strength, means of egress facilities, stability, sanitation, light and ventilation, energy conservation and safety to life and property from fire and other hazards attributed to the built environment and to provide safety to fire fighters and emergency responders during emergency operations.” (2015 International Residential Code R101.3). Apache County Building Inspection Division is located on the Second floor of the Apache County Annex Building, at 75 West Cleveland in St. Johns, AZ.Compliance with the County Building Codes and Zoning Regulations is mandatory for all construction and development in Apache County. Become aware of the regulations and requirements before proceeding with any project.

Building Safety Ordinance – 7/1/2015

Recorded Building Permits by Month

Fillable Building Permit Application
Agricultural Use Exemption
Building Permit Fees
Buying a Pre-fabricated Storage Building
Climate and Geographic Design
Requirements for Building Permits
Requirements for Deck and Porch
Requirements for Garage and Carport
Requirements for Manufactures Housing
Manufactured Home Subcontractor Supplement Form
Minimum Electrical Requirements
Requirements for Unconventional and Green Building Construction
Requirements for One and Two Family Dwellings
Requirements for Commercial and Multi Family
Requirements for Solar Permit
Sample Plot Plan
Schedule of Inspections
Work that does not require a Building Permit
911 Address Application