County issues 244 permits valued at $7 million in April
The Yavapai County Planning & Building Department issued 244 permits valued at about $7.1 million in April.
The 13 permits for single-family (detached) amounted to $2.9 million in value, followed by six permits for nonresidential additions, alterations and conversions at $1.6 million.
The county also issued 47 permits for structures other than buildings (such as swimming pools, grading and solar installations) at $914,903, 17 permits for additions, alterations and conversions for homes at $512,184 and 17 permits for residential garages and carports at $403,009.
Also issued were five permits for manufactured/mobile homes at $189,000, three permits for other shelters (camps and clubhouses) at $187,643, 55 permits for building safety over the counter at $84,090, 15 permits for other non-dwellings at about $83,175 and 21 permits for septic systems at $63,750.
The Prescott office accounted for 143 of the total permits, with values just under $5 million. Single-family homes accounted for nine permits exceeding $2 million in value.
PV issues 132 permits valued at nearly $5.2 million in April
The Community Development Department of the Town of Prescott Valley issued 132 permits in April exceeding $5.1 million in value.
Single-family homes dominated the total, as is typical, with 20 permits worth more than $4.3 million, followed by 21 permits for miscellaneous other residential at $183,739.
The department also issued 55 zoning permits at $144,898, 14 permits for residential improvements at $98,350, two permits for mobile homes at $82,409, and three permits for residential garages and carports at $35,224.
Chino issues 16 permits in April valued at $524,593
The Town of Chino Valley issued 16 permits in April valued at $524,593.
The six permits for electrical work dominated the total in value at $409,000, followed by one permit for a single-family home worth $109,121.