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Code Chat: All You Can Eat Fire Resistive Construction

Join Building Department Plan Review staff to discuss Chapter 7 of the 2015 IBC and alterations per the 2015 IEBC.  Bring your appetite for this exciting topic. 

Thursday November 21st 12:00-1:00
Light lunch will be served, more details to follow

Important Salesforce Updates

Migrating Permits Into Salesforce:  Do you have a building permit that was applied for/issued before July 29, 2019?  If so, between now and the end of the year, we will be converting it over to Salesforce. 

What do you need to do?  If you haven’t already registered in Salesforce, please do so now by clicking HERE. You must be registered in Salesforce in order to complete the processing of your permit, e.g., requesting inspections.  We will notify you when we have converted your permit.  Until that time, please continue to work with us just as you always have. 
Salesforce Support:  We have created SF Support to assist you if you are having difficulties using our new system.  Please email us or call 970-920-5065.  Please note, however, that our resources are limited.  We will do all we can to address your problem as quickly as possible.  We look forward to working with you as we roll out our new system.  Thank you for your patience.   

Paepcke Transit Hub Improvements

The City of Aspen Engineering Department is heading a project at the intersection of Main Street and Garmisch Street, and it has been named the Paepcke Transit Hub Improvements project.

The project proposes to improve the outbound bus stop, inbound bus stops, Main St pedestrian crossing, drainage, and pedestrian connectivity throughout the project limits to name a few items. If you use these bus stops or are interested in the project, you are able to share your thoughts on the existing intersection and/or desired improvements on our website: The “Place a Pin” tool on the website allows you to place a pin within the project limits and add a specific comment. Your comments can include what you would like to see changed to improve the safety, function and/or experience. Please feel free to utilize the website to have your voice heard. The input will drive the conceptual design for this area. Thanks for your help!

Project Limits

The City of Aspen Invites You to Participate in a
Small Cell Facilities Information and Engagement Workshop

Public feedback is crucial as the City of Aspen determines how to best design and create policy around this new technology.  Under FCC rules, cities have limited power to regulate small cells but to the extent that Aspen can, we are seeking your input on how to best do that.

Sign up for one of these workshops at

November 7-13
Food served at all workshops

Can’t make a meeting? 
Learn more about engagement opportunities and small cell infrastructure in general at

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