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LA PAZ COUNTY

​​Arizona

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT

Yes. Our GIS system can provide you with information such as FEMA maps, flood zones, parcel numbers, street names and addresses, Board of Supervisors districts, fire districts, voter precincts, zoning and maps and many other useful links. 

                                 

                                          

   

Yes. A permit is required for all carports and awnings.Contact us at 928.669.6138 or visit us at 1112 Joshua Avenue, Suite 202, Parker AZ for details. 

                                 

                                          

   

La Paz County is currently under the  

                                 

                                          

   

Before you begin your project, it's a good idea to check with our Building Department to determine if you need a permit and which permit you might need. Generally, permits fall into one of four categories, building, electrical, plumbing and mechanical. For more details, please contact us at 928.669.6138 or visit us at 1112 Joshua Avenue, Suite 202, Parker AZ. 

                                 

                                          

   


                                 

                                          

   

Permit fees will vary depending on the size and scope of the project. New homes, additions, garages and patios will be calculated according to their size. General electrical, plumbing and mechanical permits are $50; septic tank installation is $200.  

                                 

                                          

   

Most projects within the County require two sets of plans to be submitted to our office for review. Please feel free to call us at 928.669.6138 or visit us at 1112 Joshua Avenue, Suite 202, Parker AZ with any questions.

                                 

                                          

       

Yes. The County must issue a Certificate of Occupancy before a new structure can be occupied. 

                                 

                                          

   

In general, the first step in getting an address assigned is to obtain a copy of our                                              and return it to our office. This can be obtained by clicking on the link to the right or by calling or visiting our office. The address will be issued in accordance with our 911 system and you will be notified of your new address.

                                 

                                          

   

La Paz County is currently under the 2006 International Building Code, it can be accessed here:

   

Generally speaking, permits are valid for three years from the day they were issued. There are exceptions in certain situations, please feel free to call us at 928.669.6138 or visit us at 1112 Joshua Avenue, Suite 202, Parker AZ with any questions.

   

Can I search for ownership records, property information and maps online?

What much will a permit cost me?

Do I need a permit for a carport or metal awning?

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How many sets of plans do I need to submit to La Paz County?

Do I need a certificate of Occupany before I can live in my home?

How are addresses issued in La Paz County?

What codes are we currently under?

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