Minidoka County Community Development Building and Zoning
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Welcome to the Minidoka County Building and Zoning Department.
NOTICE: Beginning in the month of February 2023 and until further notice, the Minidoka County Planning and Zoning Board will be meeting at the City of Rupert, City Council Chambers located on the 2nd floor of City Hall, at 624 F. Street. The public meetings will continue to take place at 4:00pm on the third Thursday of each month. Planning and Zoning Hearings with the Board of County Commissioners will remain at the Minidoka County Courthouse located at 715 G. Street.
Minidoka County Planning and Zoning currently no vacancies that needs filled.
The Minidoka County Planning and Zoning Commission meets on the third Thursday of each month at the hour of 4:00 pm in the Board of County Commissioners Chambers located at 715 G. Street, Rupert. This meeting is not held if department staff have not received Zoning Applications at least Thirty (30) days prior to the next scheduled meeting. All Public Notices for hearings will be published at least fifteen (15) days prior to the scheduled hearing dates in the local paper, on the Minidoka County Website and at the Planning and Zoning Office, and no less than ten (10) days posted on the site of the application and required mailings to property owners within one half (1/2) mile, as required by County Ordinance and other mailed noticing as required by County Ordinance.
- UPCOMING CODE ADOPTIONS:
Effective January 1, 2021
2018 Building Code
2018, (Idaho) Residential Code
2018, Energy Conservation Code
2018, Existing Building Code
2018, Mechanical Code 2018, Fuel Gas Code 2018.
- Effective February 1, 2021 All NEW RESIDENTIAL CONSTRUCTION Mechanical permit applications will REQUIRE Manual J design documents. Design Criteria may be found under the link for Mechanical Permits.