The mission of the Planning and Building Department is to provide for orderly development and construction within the City.

5/4/2020  City Hall will open to the public again IN A LIMITED CAPACITY.  Due to physical space limitations, all contractors and builders are strongly encouraged to continue submitting plans and applications electronically if at all possible. If you must speak to someone in person, please make an appointment with either Director Sally Riley (687-5283), City Planner Lor Pellegrino (687-5209), or Technician Dorie Slaughter (687-5282) and we will escort you from the front desk to the Planning Counter. Please be aware that all visitors (walk-ins and appointments) to City Hall must wear a mask at all times and must maintain a 6-foot separation distance at all times. Thank you for your continued patience during this Covid-19 period and for your adherence to all local, state, and federal orders in place.

3/23/2020  Please submit commercial and residential building plan reviews online directly to PPRBD; submit zoning development permits and plans directly to the Planning and Building Department by email. Phone or email us if you have any questions.

3/18/2020  City Hall and all other City buildings are now closed to the public until further notice.  Please submit residential building plan reviews online directly to PPRBD and zoning development permits or commercial building projects directly to the Planning and Building Department by email. Phone or email us if you have any questions.

3/17/2020 Effective Monday 3-16-2020 PPRBD Offices closed to the public and staff. Please use their website ( for all inspection requests and electronic communication for other business. Building inspections scheduled online are still taking place. Plan review for residential projects is still occurring but must be submitted online. The City is looking into enabling online submittals for commercial projects. Please know that at this time, the Woodland Park Planning and Building Department is still open to the public. You may submit all Zoning Development Permit applications in person but are encouraged to use email if possible. Thank you for your patience and understanding as we all work together in the best interest of everyone’s health and safety. Phone or email us if you have any questions.

Planning Services

  • Zoning regulations and land use questions
  • Zoning Development Permits (ZDPs) for all construction including remodels, additions, decks, fences, sheds, accessory structures, signs, etc.
  • New development projects (residential and commercial)
  • Subdivision or replat
  • Annexation request
  • Flood Hazard Development Permit
  • Code Enforcement
  • Historic preservation landmarking program
  • Variances

Building Services

The Pikes Peak Regional Building Department provides building services for the City of Woodland Park including new construction, remodels, additions, or any structural changes to commercial and residential buildings. For information on building projects, contact Planning & Building Technician David Burgess (719-687-5202) or visit the PPRBD website at

Active Applications

Call 719-687-5202 for more information.

  • Black Hills Energy Facility – Public comment deadline May 29

Featured Projects

This project will consist of 4 structures.  Each structure will contain 2 townhomes, for a total of 8 residences located at 114 S. Baldwin Street.  Each townhome will have 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, a 2 car garage and 2 spacious decks with views of beautiful Pikes Peak.

The Black Hills Colorado Gas, Inc. plan to construct a 4,000 square foot building and adjacent laydown yard for storage of equipment essential to the daily activities of Black Hills Energy located at the end of Tamarac Parkway.

This proposed development for 53 small manufactured homes on permanent foundations is located at the northern end of Tamarac Parkway and was submitted to the City on May 16, 2019.  Revised drawings and development plans were submitted on July 2, 2019.  On July 23, 2019, the staff issued a “Report and Certified Letter of Approval” that is available to the public upon request.  The report details the pertinent zoning standards and provides staff’s evaluation of compliance in accordance with the applicable regulations.  Appeals have been received.  If you have any questions, please contact the Planning Department at 719-687-5202 or

The PUD Final Development Plan and the Pines at Tamarac Preliminary Plat for 26 single-family residential lots on 20.6 acres at 205 Sourdough Road.


Planning & Building Department

Sally Riley, AICP
Planning Director

Lor Pellegrino, AICP
City Planner

Courtney Wadham
Code Enforcement

David Burgess
Planning & Building Technician

Dorie Slaughter
Permit Technician

Tim Steinwinder
PPRBD Building Inspector

Monday - Thursday: 7:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Friday: 7:30 a.m. - 4 p.m.

220 W South Ave
P.O. Box 9007
Woodland Park, CO 80866

Phone: 719-687-5202
Fax: 719-686-1010

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