Planning & Development

Maricopa County Planning and Development is 100% paperless

Permits can be submitted through our virtual counter where you can chat live with a representative for assistance

We offer permitting and planning services that allow neighborhoods in unincorporated Maricopa County to grow in a safe, balanced way.



Submit a question using our online inquiry system
p: 602-506-3301
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  1. Fri, Nov 26

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  2. Thu, Dec 9

    Planning and Zoning Commission Hearing
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  1. Thu, Dec 16

    Board of Adjustment & Drainage Review Board Hearing
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  1. Permit Viewer Tool

    Permit Viewer Tool

    Explore building, zoning, and code violation cases in unincorporated Maricopa County.

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  1. Virtual Inspections

    Virtual Inspections Available:

    Electrical Service Replacement or Upgrade to 400A, Main Breaker Derate for PV Prep, Minor Electrical Repairs, Repair/Replace Gas Line, Minor Plumbing Repairs, Gas/Electrical Clearances, Sewer/Septic Lines

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  1. Enhanced Regulatory Outreach Program (EROP)

    Regulatory Outreach / EROP

    Provide stakeholder input regarding the adoption and amendment of regulatory requirements.

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The Maricopa County Planning and Development Department provides a wide range of services for unincorporated Maricopa County including land use planning and entitlement, building permit review and inspection, and code compliance. We strive to deliver these services to our community in a responsive, resourceful and results-oriented manner. Thanks to a strong economy and year-round sunshine, Maricopa County is currently the fastest growing county in the nation. This growth creates exciting opportunities for professionals in the planning, construction and engineering fields to shape the future of the built environment through a career with the Maricopa County Planning and Development Department.