Building Safety

Whether you are going through a minor remodeling job or major construction, the Building Official wants your project to be a success. Building safety professionals play a major role in keeping the public safe. They can also help avoid potential problems that could put you at risk and cost you time and money.

Before you begin any work that involves construction, visit our local building safety department. We will explain the process, which may include getting a building permit, plan review and inspection. The process is designed to protect the home or building owner and the occupants. The Building Official ensure that all buildings, including homes, businesses and places of public assembly are built to required building safety codes, which address structural stability, fire safety, exits, sanitation, electricity, energy efficiency, flood protection and more. The building safety department is responsible for protecting public health, safety and welfare through effective code enforcement.

All of our applications, check lists, impact fees and handouts are located here for your convenience.

Current Adopted Codes

  • 2012 International Building Code
  • 2012 International Residential Code
  • 2012 International Mechanical Code
  • 2012 International Plumbing Code
  • 2011 National Electrical Code
  • 2012 International Fuel Gas Code
  • 2012 International Fire Code
  • 2012 International Property Maintenance Code
  • 2012 Energy Code

Building Loads

Ground Snow Load: 0
Wind Speed: 90 miles per hour
Seismic Design Category: B
Frost Line Depth: 0
Termite: Heavy
Winter Design Temperature: 34
Flood Hazards: Pinal County Flood Control District
Air Freezing Index: 50
Mean Annual Temperature: 68 
Minimum Footing Depth: 12”

  1. Jose Martinez

    Chief Building Official

  2. Kelly Homol

    Permit Technician

  3. Community Development

    Physical Address
    595 N. C Street, Suite 102
    Eloy, AZ 85131


    Hours 
    Monday - Friday
    8 a.m. - 5 p.m.


Building Safety Documents