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Email COA Admin at email@example.com to request one or you may contact Pueblo County Terrence Birch (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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You may be provided with a plat of your property, but unless the land has been recently surveyed and pins placed by a licensed surveyor, you cannot assume that the plat or existing property pins are accurate. Many of the original property pins are still in existence on properties. They are made of rebar and can often be located with the use of a metal detector. If your pins cannot be located, then a survey may be necessary. Fences that separate properties are often misaligned with the property lines, so it is important to know where your property pins are located in order to avoid problems later.
The track, block and lot number is a legal description of your property.
Assessor’s Website - https://county.pueblo.org/assessor/assessor-home
It’s not a "permit" but rather an application for approval. If a permit is needed after you are approved, you will take your signed application from Pueblo West Metropolitan District to Pueblo Reginal Building for your permit. Pueblo West Metro COA is covenant enforcement and Pueblo Regional building is code enforcement.
You can request a copy of a recorded plat with property measurements so that you may draw one yourself, have someone draw one for you or you may try getting one from Pueblo County Planning and Zoning.
Following the Committee of Architecture meetings held on the second and fourth Thursday of each month, a COA team member will email you an approved application Friday afternoon if you provided your email address. https://pueblowestmetro.com/129/Agendas-Minutes
You’ll head to our website and complete an accessory application: http://pueblowestmetro.com/181/Applications
Found on this page- https://pueblowestmetro.com/181/Applications
Dropbox is located outside 356 S. McCulloch Ste. 101