Planning Division is providing electronic service for all permits and projects
Planning staff has been working hard to adjust daily operations to meet the needs and demands of customers during this unprecedented time. Our staff is working daily answering phones, checking emails and processing plans and applications electronically. To better serve you, we are excited to roll out electronic submittal of all permits and projects. This includes fence permits, certificate of surveys, subdivisions, zone changes and everything in-between!
Beginning Monday, April 3, all applications will need to be submitted via the Citizen Access Portal at
Though we are able to accept all applications through the CA portal we know we still have strides to make in ensuring this portal is as user friendly as possible. Please bear with us as we continue to work towards better serving you.
Additionally, to continue to serve customers and the public, there will be a pick up and drop off area set up in the 1st Floor Conference Room of the Miller Building where customers for Building, Planning and Code Enforcement may drop off materials and pick up completed plans and applications during regular business hours.
If you have questions during this transition or feedback related to how we can improve your experience, please call 247-8676 or send an email to
The Planning Division provides community planning and development services to Yellowstone County, the City of Billings, and the Town of Broadview. They provide the community with a broad service base that consists of:
- Current planning
- Neighborhood and community planning
- Transportation planning
- City Planning Fee Schedule
- County Planning Fee Schedule
- 2016 City of Billings Growth Policy
- 2016 Lockwood Growth Policy
Involvement in the City, County, and Surrounding Area Downtown Billings Planning Division staff supports the Yellowstone County Board of Planning and the City and County Zoning Commissions and Boards of Adjustment. In
- Policy Coordinating Committee
- Technical Advisory Committee
- Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Committee
- Yellowstone County Historic Preservation Board