The Clear Creek County Site Development Department administers the County’s Grading & Excavation Regulations, Driveway Standards, and Flood Damage Prevention Regulations through various permitting and approval processes.
Site Development Permits are required when an individual proposes to conduct earth work activity; construct roads which are to be on private property, and will be used to provide access from any public or private road; construct improvements in the regulatory floodplain; and/or to construct retaining walls.
Find out more about the various types of Site Development Permits required in Clear Creek County by visiting our Site Development Permits web page. Please see the appropriate Site Development Packets for minimum submittal requirements and additional information.
All permit applications must include a complete application form, the required accompanying submittal documents, and applicable permit fee. All permit applications must be submitted in person.
Permit Submittal Hours
- 8:00 am to 9:30 am, no appointment required
- 9:30 am to 3:30 pm, appointment recommended in order for staff to be available to review permit applications for submittal requirements
In Person Assistance and Staff Availability
The following departments are housed at the County Annex: Building, Planning, Site Development, Environmental Health, and Mapping. A staff member from each department will be available:
- 8:00 am to 11:00 am, no appointment required
- 11:00 am to 4:30 pm, appointment required
The County Engineer, Stoy Streepey, is available by appointment only. If you would like to meet with Stoy, please call or email him directly to schedule a time.
Once a complete application form and all required submittals have been accepted by the Site Development Department, please allow two weeks for the information to be reviewed.
After the initial review has been completed, the permit applicant will receive an email with any required plan revisions or additional information needed in order to complete the review and plan approval process. If no revisions or additional information are necessary, you will receive an email with information about the initial inspection and permit issuance.
- Grading & Excavation Regulations
- Driveway Standards
- Flood Damage Prevention Regulations
- Best Management Practices Manual