License Types and Costs
Cost of Registration and Types of Licenses
Classes A, B, and C cost $150. All others cost $75. See the complete list of classes below.
Class A - General Unlimited
Cost is $150. This registration shall be required to construct, erect, alter, repair or demolish any structural type or occupancy group.
Class B - General Residential
Cost is $150.
This registration shall be required to construct, alter, repair or demolish single-family dwellings, two-family dwellings, townhouses, condominiums and apartment buildings not exceeding three stories in height and not having more than seven dwelling units and not involving reinforced concrete above grade. The contractor may complete nonstructural interior finish or remodel of any type of building.
Class C - Residential Remodel
Cost is $150. This registration shall be required to construct, alter or repair basements, remodels, decks and other nonstructural work in single-family dwellings, two-family dwellings, townhouses and condominiums.
Class D - Builder’s Single Trade
This registration shall be required of those engaged in contracting for labor; or for labor and material involving only one trade, such as masonry, framing, dry walling, glazing, concrete flat work, irrigation systems, elevator contractors, automatic fire protection systems, fire detection systems or burglar alarms. This registration shall not authorize any electrical, plumbing or mechanical work. Contractors doing minor installation of prefabricated or manufactured units, such as cabinets, counter tops, storm windows, gutters and downspouts or carpet shall not be required to register.
Class E - Electrical
This registration shall be required to contract for and perform all work involving the installation of wiring apparatus and equipment for electrical light, heat and power. To be qualified as an electrical contractor, the person, firm, partnership, corporation, association or other organization must hold a valid electrical contractor’s license issued by the state according to Title 12, Article 23, of the Colorado Revised Statutes. It shall be the responsibility of the applicant to provide evidence of the state license to the Town.
Class M - Mechanical
This registration shall be required to erect, install or construct all mechanical systems, including hot water heating systems, air conditioning systems, refrigeration and sheet metal work. This registration shall entitle the holder to replace existing domestic water heaters and all connections thereto. Any connections to the potable water system must be performed by a Town-registered plumbing contractor. Line voltage electrical work must be done by a Town-registered electrical contractor.
Class P - Plumbing
This registration shall be required to contract for and perform all work involving sanitary plumbing, potable water piping, the installation of plumbing appliances and apparatus and related plumbing work. To be qualified as a plumbing contractor, the person, firm, partnership, corporation, association or other organization must either be or employ a full-time master plumber licensed by the State according to Title 12, Article 58, of the Colorado Revised Statutes. It shall be the responsibility of the applicant to provide evidence of the state license to the Town.
This registration shall be required to perform any work requiring a state license such as, but not limited to, elevators, fire suppression and mobile home / manufactured homes installers.
The chief building official may administratively waive the requirement for testing for commercial tenant finishes for commercial projects that are permitted from master plans used nationally, provided a notarized affidavit of experience is submitted. (Ord. 2006-47 §2, 2006; Ord. 2002-39 §1, 2002)