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We only require two sets of plans submitted with a building permit application. In the past, we required three sets of plans but now we also submit the plans for the Fire Department.
Please call Madeline Gauthier in the Building Department. We require 48 hours notice and a fee of $250.00.
On the Building Department page.
Permit fees are pulled from Table 1-A and Table 1-C in the 1997 Uniform Building Code.
Plan Review = 65% of Permit Fees.
Use Tax = Valuation x 0.6 x 0.0375.
Arapahoe Open Space Tax = Valuation x 0.6 x 0.0025.
Yes, we require all contractors to be licensed with the City. Please go to the Contractor Licensing page for the correct type of application.
Please call or email Kevin Brown in the Public Works Department.
Public WorksTitle: Information Systems CoordinatorPhone: 303-639-4500 firstname.lastname@example.org
All contractors need to have a City of Glendale contractor license in order to pull a permit.
You may call 303-759-1511 and ask for the investigator assigned to your case. If you need further assistance, you may also call the Victim Assistance Unit at 303-639-4326. It is helpful to have your case number handy.
The Glendale Police Department only provides a history of your specific Glendale contacts. You may need to contact the FBI or the CBI.
The station is open 24/7. Just come in and ask to speak to any police officer. They will take the additional information and get it to the proper people working on your case. If you would like to get the blank statement ahead of time to fill it out at home and then bring in, you may also do that.
Just contact our Record Department303-639-4313
7325 South Potomac Street ~Victim/Witness Room #208. You must be there by 12:30 pm or phone by 10am. If you have problems call the District Attorney's Fast Track Assistant at 720-874-8496.
VIN numbers etc etc etc
Yes, but a VIN Verification is not the same as a Certified VIN Inspection. VIN Verifications, to register your car in Colorado for the first time having purchased it elsewhere, are a service provided free of charge to those who work or live in the City of Glendale. Just come by the police station and an officer will assist you. VIN Inspections, again, only for those who live or work in the City of Glendale, are done by appointment only. Please call (303) 759-1511 to schedule with a certified officer. State fee of $20 applies. All others, please contact the Colorado State Patrol at (303) 239-4545 to find a location near you.
Colorado law requires that vehicles pass an auto emissions test. 1982 and newer vehicles must be inspected every two years at an Air Care Colorado center.
State law requires that all new residents of Colorado, register and license their vehicles with the county clerk's office for the county in which they reside, within 30 days of establishing residency. Failure to do so may result in fines, penalties and/or denial of drivers' licenses. Glendale is located in Arapahoe County. Please call 303-795-4500 for further information.
Yes, all companies desiring to tow a vehicle in the City, except for providing a tow at the request of the vehicle owner, must have a City license. Information may be obtained by calling 303-639-4319.
Glendale does not have a shelter or animal control officers. We contract our animal services through the City and County of Denver. You may call them at 303-698-0076
You must make an appointment with Detective Krumenacker to register. 303-639-4324. For more information, please see our Programs and Services section.
Colorado Bureau of Investigations (CBI) has implemented a new Statewide Digital Fingerprinting Process known as CABS (Colorado Applicant Background Services). This program began Monday September 24, 2018. Glendale Police no longer does fingerprints for backgrounds, security guards or any other licenses. Please contact one of either of these CBI approved companies for assistance: https://www.identogo.com/locations/colorado IntentoGO 844-539-5539 or http://www.coloradofingerprinting.com/ Colorado Fingerprinting 720-292-2722
Identity theft continues to be a growing problem that is becoming increasingly more difficult to investigate and subsequently prosecute. After reporting the crime to us, at 303-759-1511, do all you can do, by visiting the various federal and state resources, including this handy Repair Kit.
The evidence tech can be contacted at 303-639-4312. You MUST call this number before coming to the station to ensure that one of the property custodians will be available to assist you. The return of property also depends on the status of your case.
Yes, all merchant guards must be licensed through the City. For more information on the licensing process or a list of licensed companies, call 303-639-4324. (We no longer fingerprint for backgrounds for this license however.)
The Colorado Bureau of Investigation website provides information about sex offenders.
Please see the complete regulations for everything from Christmas Trees to Food Trucks, to Massage Parlors, to Vending, and more.
Yes! Rape Aggression Defense Programs are taught by Glendale officers and are designed around a person’s natural desire to protect themselves from harm. The techniques taught in the class are designed so that anyone at any age or physical ability can be successful. See Programs and Services for more information.