Planning and Development
The Planning and Development Department is primarily responsible for the administration of various land use regulations, including the Zoning Resolution and the Subdivision Regulations. The department also assigns rural addresses and responds to public nuisance complaints in unincorporated Carbon County.
The staff also provides administrative and technical support to the Planning and Zoning Commission, including implementation of the Carbon County Comprehensive Land Use Plan.
The staff strives to provide complete and accurate information to the Planning and Zoning Commission and Board of County Commissioners and the public so that informed decisions are made efficiently and effectively. Please give us a call if you have any questions concerning building permits, zoning, conditional use permits, subdivision or land use planning in Carbon County.
Carbon County Planning & Zoning Commission - Regular Meeting Date
The Carbon County Planning and Zoning Commission will meet on Monday, August 3, 2020, at 10:00 A.M., Carbon Building, 3rd Floor-Room 368, located at 215 West Buffalo Street, Rawlins. WY. The public is welcome to attend the meeting or call-in to participate. For additional information, please call the Carbon County Planning Department at 307-328-2651.
Conference Call-In Information:
United States: 1-571-317-3122
Access Code: 312-615-597
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Carbon County 2020 Fee Schedule
View, download, or print the 2020 Carbon County Fee Schedule. Fees are effective July 1, 2020.
Carbon County Planning & Zoning Commission 2020 Meeting Calendar
View, download, or print the Carbon County Planning and Zoning Commission 2020 Meeting Calendar.
Carbon County Planning & Zoning Commission Rules of Practice & Procedure-Amended-06-01-2020
Carbon County Building Permits
Spring is in the air and many in Carbon County are planning their building projects. Carbon County requires a building permit for all construction that places new buildings or structures on the land: Pole barns, shops and garages.
Items That Do Not Require a Building Permit
- Fences less than 8 feet tall
- Water wells
The Planning and Development Department will review the building permit application to determine compliance with County zoning and subdivision standards. If you have questions concerning building standards such as frost protection, plumbing, electrical or structural specifications, you should consult a qualified contractor, architect, or engineer.
Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality
If you have questions concerning septic tanks and individual wastewater disposal systems, please contact the Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality at 307-777-6183.