Building & Fire Plans Review Administrator
Engineering & Planning Plans Review Administrator
Plan Review & Inspection Home Page
Welcome. Plan Review & Inspection is part of the Development Services Department. Our mission is to "Enhance Gilbert's quality of life by providing a safe, healthy and aesthetically pleasing community through plan review and permitting for the built environment, by ensuring compliance with Town codes." This site offers information on permitting and plan review services. We trust that you will find valuable information on this site and that answers to your questions are readily available. If you have specific questions, please contact our staff. The guide on the right should be helpful in determining which staff person to contact if you have questions.
EFFECTIVE JULY 1, 2010
As part of the Towns’ efforts to expedite permitting services, the Town now requires an estimated plan review fee to be paid at the time of initial application for most permit types*. The fee(s) will be based on the applicant’s stated valuation, and if applicable, the number of civil engineering related plan sheets as listed in the checklist for a commercial submittal.
Plan review fee(s) will be finalized at the completion of first review with any balance due collected at that time and any credit applied to the final cost.
NOTE: Sign permit applicants will be required to pay the permit fee at the time of initial application.
*Exempt from pre-paid plan review fees are the following application types:
· Swimming pools & spas
· Standardized single family home
· Miscellaneous electrical, plumbing, and mechanical
· Traffic control
Applicable fees can be paid in cash or check.
The following codes are effective January 1, 2008
2006 International Building Code
2006 International Residential Code
2006 International Mechanical Code
2006 International Plumbing Code
2006 International Fuel Gas Code
2006 International Energy Conservation Code
2006 International Fire Code
2005 National Electrical Code
The Arizonans with Disabilities Act and Implementing Rules