City hires inspector
Barry Ellison joins staff
Dec 27, 2018 | 927 views | 0 0 comments | 54 54 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Barry Ellison has joined the city’s planning and zoning team as the new building inspector.

Effective immediately, all applications, plans, and other construction documents required for new building permits within city limits should be submitted to the city’s Planning and Zoning Department for review and permit approval, according to a press release from the city.

Until Dec. 31 the Grand County Building Department will continue to schedule inspections for all open permits. Ellison will accompany the county inspectors during this time for inspection projects located within city limits. Beginning Jan. 1 all inspections will be done through the City of Moab.

For more information or to schedule an inspection after Jan. 1, contact the Moab Planning and Zoning Department at 435-259-5129.

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