Most applications for SCA required permits are available here on this page. For special permits such as Boundary Line Adjustments, Zone Changes, Conditional Uses or Variances please contact the COA Secretary. Also check the PDF below for current permit fees. If you have any questions please call or email the COA Secretary for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org or 1.775.753.6295.
All persons pursuing Right-of-Way Encroachments within the spring Creek Association must apply for a permit by contacting the SCA/COA Secretary. Permittee must schedule a pre-bid inspection/evaluation prior to submission of the ROW permit. Please contact the SCA/COA Secretary at the number or e-mail listed above to set up a time for inspection and receipt of ROW permit form. All ROW Fees are listed here to the right.
Every home contractor/utility contractor who obtains a permit within SCA for any type of job which disturbs the ground is required to reseed the job site upon completion (weather permitting). The SCA Reseed form to the right MUST be filled out by the contractor and returned to SCA for inspection.
Livestock applications are required for all split-hoof or toed animals, to include... sheep, goats, swine, bovine, buffalo, llamas and alpacas, whether they are pets, for FFA or 4-H projects. Horses and Livestock are not allowed in Tracts 106 A, B, C and D.
Effective April 11, 2017, Home Occupations within Spring Creek Association may apply for a permit with SCA. This is not required; however, SCA offers benefits, such as advertising on our Facebook Page, Website and periodic mailers as space is available to anyone who obtains a home occupation permit with the SCA office. Residential signs for home occupation purposes can be no larger than 3 SF in size and require a permit.
Below are proposed changes to be added to the Committee of Architecture (COA) Rules and Regulations regarding Home Occupations. Currently the COA rules and regulations are very ambiguous regarding home occupations and the DOR noted is quite restrictive. These notes below intended to provide clarity and expand on the guidelines which were previously utilized for approving Home Occupational Permits. The SCA put together a prior draft of rules and regulations based on other communities as a starting point and asked the public to attend a meeting to give feedback and provide discussion. Additional meetings are set (per open meeting law) for future dates for additional review and adoption. As stated prior, the reason SCA is expanding rules is to encourage additional homebased businesses. One main reason for this is that the rules that are currently in place were too restrictive - For example not being able to use a shop or accessory building was noted in old rules. A second reason for this is due to Great Basin Water not allowing some residential and commercial lots to hook up to sewer because they are at capacity for their sewer treatment plant. This has halted growth for businesses in Spring Creek and we have found it important to work with homebased business to bring services to the area without them waiting years for a new sewer treatment plant. Finally, our goal is to have peace between neighbors and AR (agriculture residential) lots while providing additional businesses. For example, a trash company who identifies as homebased business will not be able to store trash in their three garages on their property even though they identify as a home business, this is a commercial business. As stated in prior meetings, no one is here to stop any homebased business but to provide a clear understanding between neighbors and homebased businesses of what they can expect. We encourage you to please call the office at 753-6295 with any questions you may have
Effective April 11, 2017 all Commercial Businesses within Spring Creek Association are required to apply for a Commercial Business Permit by August 31, 2017 with the SCA office. SCA offers benefits, such as advertising on our Facebook Page, Website and periodic mailers as space is available. All commercial business signs require a sign permit.