Applications & Permits
Building Permits are issued for various projects including new construction, remodel work, alterations, accessory buildings, fences, irrigation, and other connections to the City of Eudora potable water system, electrical, plumbing, heating, and mechanical work.
Application for permit to sell consumer fireworks in the City of Eudora shall be in writing on forms provided by the City of Eudora. Completed applications must be received a minimum of 14 days prior to the event. Incomplete applications shall be returned. Approved applications are for the sale of legal 1.4G (consumer fireworks) in the State of Kansas. Click HERE to download the application.
Lot Split Application
The division of one lot into two lots without having to replace said lot, and providing that the resulting two lots shall not again be divided without replatting requires a Lot Split Application. The planning commission may approve or disapprove lot splits in accordance with the lot split regulations set forth in the City of Eudora Subdivision Regulations.
Open Burn permit
Permits are required for all open burning. These permits can be obtained at Eudora City Fire Department during normal business hours at 930 Main Street - use public entrance on SW corner of building. A burn permit can only be obtained by the legal property owner. When burning, the permit must be readily accessible on site at all times. Once a permit is obtained, the applicant must call the Douglas County Dispatch Center just prior to igniting their fire (785) 843-0250. Click HERE for Rangeland Fire Danger Forecast from the National Weather Service Weather Forecast Office.
- No pre-inspection needed, subject to spot checks by Police and Fire Departments
- Good for 3 days from date of issuance
Commercial / Agricultural/Industrial / Construction Site Fees
- Inspection required by Fire Department prior to burning
- Good for 7 days from date of issuance
- Can Burn - Leaves, twigs, brush, untreated scrap wood, tree limbs, clippings and most organic and natural materials.
- Can NOT burn - Shingles, tires, tar paper, household trash, plastics, furniture or man-made synthetic materials.
Any subdivision of land within the jurisdiction of the City of Eudora must have an approved Plat Application. The subdivision process involves submitting a preliminary plat, engineering plans for any public improvements, and a final plat.
Right of Way Permit Application
ROW Permit Requirements and Contractor Responsibilities
The parking and storage of recreational vehicles is permitted on private residential property if a City-issued permit is displayed in the window of the RV. To receive a permit, complete an application, submit the $25 application fee, and schedule an inspection of the RV.
Sign Permit ApplicationSign permit application form
Site Plan Application
All applicants for building permits regarding new buildings or expansion of any existing buildings in multifamily, commercial, and industrial zoning districts are subject to a Site Plan Review. Both preliminary and final site plans are required prior to obtaining a building permit. Developments shall implement the applicable regulations and requirements specified in the Zoning Regulations, shall be encouraged to implement the objectives of the City’s Comprehensive Plan, and to foster compatibility among land uses in the City of Eudora.
Special Event Permit ApplicationAll events taking place on any public property and/or obstructing or redirecting vehicular or pedestrian traffic must have an associated Special Event Permit. Click here for information regarding the process, instructions, and guideline for applying for a Special Events Permit. Click here for the Special Events Permit Application.
A “Use Permitted Upon Review” or UPUR Application is required when a use not normally allowed in a certain zoning district, as according to the City of Eudora Zoning Regulations, is desired. These types of uses typically require special study with respect to specific location and design consideration to assure that the use will have a minimal negative impact on surrounding properties.
A Variance Application is required when an applicant feels that the strict application of the requirements of the zoning regulations creates an undue hardship. A variance should be issued only to the specific restrictions on physical construction and not to the list of permissible land uses within a given zone.