Roy Days Updates & Building Permits

Roy Days Updates

Parade Registration is now open! Registration fee is $10.00! The parade will be at 9 a.m. sharp on August 5, 2023.

We are looking for sponsors for Roy Days 2023 events. There are many monetary amounts to choose from, as well as an in-kind option.

Vendor booth spots are filling up fast! Please apply as soon as possible if you’re interested.

For all registrations and information about our Roy Days Celebration, please visit

Building Permits

Are you getting ready for a home renovation or addition? How do you know your project is safe? Whether you have hired a licensed contractor or want to construct the project yourself, you should check to see if a building permit is required.

By law, a building permit is required for anyone making changes to electrical, mechanical, plumbing, or structural. A detached structure under 200 sq. ft. does not require a building permit per Utah state code, however, you should check with the City Planning & Zoning department for your buildable setbacks.

If you’re planning on replacing your roof, it’s definitely a good idea to check if your contractor is State Licensed and has a permit. It not only protects you and your family but your assets.

Did you know if you decide to finish your basement and a building permit is not obtained, any damage to the home may not be covered by insurance?

A building permit will include all the required inspections to aid your project and ensure it is safe and code-compliant using licensed building inspectors. Working without a permit can also become very costly as fines can be assessed and could result in a class B misdemeanor.

In the long run, getting a building permit can save you money and allow you to sleep, knowing your project is being constructed correctly. With the proper planning and construction, we all can work together to build a safe place for you, your family, your neighbors, and your friends.

For more info on obtaining a permit, see our website at or contact us at 801-774-1040 or


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