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UPDATED (8.3.2020)

Missoula County Public Works COVID-19 Procedures & Details

Missoula County Public Works is complying with the requirements of the Governor’s Executive Orders and the Missoula City-County Health Department’s Orders in regard to inspections and office procedures.

Inspections

Public Works inspectors will be wearing a face covering during inspections unless they have requested an accommodation as allowed under the State and Local Orders.  For additional protection of both the inspector and the homeowner, we ask that homeowners present during inspections wear face coverings and maintain 6ft distance for the duration of the inspection. To limit the inspector’s time inside the home, discussions between the inspector and the homeowner will be held outside or via phone. Public Works strongly encourages on-site homeowners and contractors wear appropriate PPE during the inspection and follow social distancing guidelines. If you have any concerns, please call the Building Division in advance at 406.258.3701.

Office Procedures

Missoula County Public Works hours are 7a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through Friday.

One person or one group (two people maximum) will be allowed into the lobby at a time. If you see a customer inside the lobby, please remain in your vehicle until that customer leaves. Missoula County Public Works asks that customers adhere to social distancing practices while in the office and respect social distancing markings and signage. Public Works does require that customers wear face coverings.  Should you not have a face covering upon arrival, a disposable mask will be available for your use.

The Seeley Lake office

The Seeley Lake office has been open to the public June 1, but by appointment only. Please call 406-396-8148 to speak to our Seeley inspector for appointments.


 

The Missoula County Building Division:

  • Located at 6089 Training Drive - approximately 1 ½ miles west of the Airport off of Hwy 10.
  • Seeley Lake satellite office located at 3360 Hwy 83 N.
    • Call (406) 396-8148
    • Office hours: By appointment only

To apply for a permit online, please go to:  https://webapps.missoulacounty.us/PublicPermitting/Login

 


 

News

  • Starting August 1st we will no longer be accepting hard copy plan sets under     11”X 17” in size. 

  • Attention:  New electrical, plumbing, mechanical and building permit fees will be effective July 1, 2020. Resolution details in link below!

    https://www.missoulacounty.us/home/showdocument?id=71459

  • Details on outbuildings over 200 sq ft: In Missoula County, the design criteria to be used for pole barns, garages, carport and storage buildings, shall be designed to at the least a Risk Category II as stated in Table 1604.5 of the International Building Code.  Risk Category III and IV structures are determined by the importance of the structure and occupancy category as dictated in the Building Code. We will not accept structures designed to a Risk Category I.  

  • Effective July 1, 2017:  For any permits issued on or after July 1, a $45 fee will be charged for the replacement of the red building permit cards that are kept on job sites during construction.

  • Are you in the market to purchase a new home?  See our Homeowners Resource Guide for tips to help you navigate thru some of the road bumps!

 

 FINAL web Homeowner Info Brochure 2017   FINAL web Homeowner Info Brochure 2017 (1)

    

 

 

    

Has Flooding Affected Your Structure?

Flooding can be a stressful time, property damage, the possibility of evacuation, workers and volunteers coming and going... The Building Division has put together this quick informational guide to help property owners navigate what to do in case flooding has affected their home. If you have any questions, please feel free to call the Building Division at 406.258.3701.

  Flood Facts Building

 


Located Outside Missoula County

If you are located OUTSIDE of Missoula County, you may still need a permit.  Please refer to the State Department of Labor & Industry to see if a permit is required in your area.

If you have questions about State permitting and codes, click here.

 

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