The following checklists are provided to assist citizens with the preparation and submission of their construction permit applications.
ADA Advisory Bulletin & Disproportionality Worksheet
The construction of sidewalks, drive pads, and ramps must comply with the federal Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). The advisory bulletin below is intended to help permit applicants to understand how the ADA will be applied to their proposed construction project.
Purpose of the Accessibility Analysis Disproportionality Worksheet:
The City of Santa Fe is obligated to enforce state laws and codes as they pertain to accessibility. When existing buildings are altered, accessibility improvements outside the intended project scope are often required. The International Existing Building Code (IEBC), adopted by the State of New Mexico, limits the cost of those required accessibility improvements to 20% of the cost of alterations affecting the primary function area.
The construction of certain types of residential "accessory" structures such as "accessory dwelling units" (guesthouses) and non-dwelling accessory structures that have either a bathroom or kitchen but not both (such as a Studio) require the submittal of a restrictive covenant or an affidavit acknowledging the restrictions of their use.
Construction carried out by a Homeowner Builder requires an affidavit acknowledging permit responsibilities and liabilities.
A Revision Form is required for the submittal of corrections to plans currently in for review and that require corrections.
An Amendment Form is required for the submittal of changes to issued permit documents.
Along with your submittal package, please include the appropriate completed form(s) provided here:
Please contact the Building Permit Division with any questions about required submittals.