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Blackfoot, Idaho
83221
(208) 782-3177
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Services
Hearing Agenda
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Minutes
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Board Members
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Table of Contents
for the 2012-08
Zoning Ordinance

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Bingham County
Zoning Ordinance
2012-08

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Comp Plan
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FEMA Flood Plain
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Permit Forms
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Fee Schedule
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2012 International
Building Code
Ordinance

The Bingham County Planning & Zoning Department currently offers the following services:

  Building or occupancy permits and inspection services for new construction sites
  Reviews, permitting, and code enforcement.
  Public hearings before the Planning and Zoning Commission.
  Enforcement of local flood plain regulations.

To access the following applications - utilize the links below:

BUILDING PERMIT FORMS

Building, Mechanical and Zoning Permit

Mechanical Permit Application

Single Family Residential Plan Requirements

Commercial Building Plan Requirements

Covered Patio or Carport Guide - English
Covered Patio or Carport Guide - Spanish

Detached Garage Guide - English             
Detached Garage Guide - Spanish

Enclosed Porch - English           
Enclosed Porch - Spanish

One Story Addition - English            
One Story Addition - Spanish

Uncovered Porch/Deck - English        
Uncovered Porch/Deck - Spanish

ZONING PERMIT FORMS

Appeal Form

Confined Animal Feeding Operation (CAFO) Application

Information Request Form

Lot Line Adjustment - Contact P&Z Department for information regarding this

Subdivision Plat Application

Conditional Use Forms

Variance Form

Zone Change

The US Environmental Protection Agency requires that renovation, repair and painting projects that disturb lead-based paint in pre-1978 homes, childcare facilities and schools must be performed by an EPA Certified Renovator working for an EPA Certified Firm and specific work practices must be implemented to prevent lead contamination. More information is available at 1-800-424-LEAD (5323) or http://www2.epa.gov/lead

                           
 
Planning &
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