As specified in the CCRs an approved NO Cost permit and inspection is required prior to making modifications to a structure or new construction on a parcel within the Pinetop Community Association. An Inspector will make a visit to your property to make sure that your plans are within the CC&R regulations, setbacks and the alignments with the property line are acceptable. There is no fee for the permit.
No building, fence, wall, antenna, broadcasting tower or other structure shall be commenced, erected, maintained or remodeled until the plans and specifications showing the nature, kind, shape, color, height, material, floor plans, location and approximate cost of such structure shall have been submitted to and approved by the Association and a copy thereof, as finally approved, lodged permanently with said Association.
All subsequent additions to or changes or alterations, including but not limited to painting of exterior surfaces of any building, fence, wall or other structure, shall be subject to the prior approval of the Association.
You may also need a Navajo County Permit that can be obtained at their Show Low office, 928-532-6040 or online for Building Permit Instructions and Building Permit Application form.
Methods In Which You Can Make Your Request
You can download, print and send us a Permit Request Form. Download the form here:
Building Permit Request Form - Download PDF
Please make sure to mail your form to this address:
- Pinetop Community Association
PO Box 249 Pinetop, AZ 85935
You can apply online using the form below. We will respond to your request as soon as possible.
IMPORTANT: All construction debris must be contained using an on-site dumpster or its equivalent.
Before the Board of Directors will grant a permit:
- The homeowner must be current in all assessments.
- The homeowner must not begin work or make any modifications prior to having this request approved.
- The homeowner must submit a plan/drawing with this application.
Failure to comply with these permit instructions will result in a violation which may be secured by the Association in the form of an assessment on the home/property.