2017 Colorado Revised Statutes
Title 12 - Professions and Occupations
Article 23 - Electricians
§ 12-23-117. Permit fees
(1) As established pursuant to section 24-34-105, C.R.S., inspection fees shall be charged by the board and shall be set and categorized based upon the actual expense of inspecting each type of electrical installation.
(2) Because electrical inspections are matters of statewide concern, the maximum fees, established annually, chargeable for electrical inspections by any city, town, county, city and county, or qualified state institution of higher education shall not be more than fifteen percent above those provided for in this section, and no such local government or qualified state institution of higher education shall impose or collect any other fee or charge related to electrical inspections or permits. A qualified state institution of higher education may choose not to require fees as part of the permitting process. A documented permitting and inspection system must be instituted by each qualified state institution of higher education as a tracking system that is available to the board for the purpose of investigating any alleged violation of this article. The permitting and inspection system must include information specifying the project, the name of the inspector, the date of the inspection, the job site address, the scope of the project, the type of the inspection, the result of the inspection, the reason and applicable code sections for partially passed or failed inspections, and the names of the contractors on the project who are subject to inspection.
(3) If an application is not filed in advance of the commencement of an installation, the inspection fee shall be twice the amount of the inspection fee set by the board pursuant to subsection (1) of this section.