What is the Design Review Board?
If you are considering any exterior construction in the Bisbee Historic District (Old Bisbee) you must first present an application to the Design Review Board (DRB) for approval. This includes work on houses, garages or other structures. The DRB strives to preserve the architectural style that exists in Old Bisbee.

The DRB is comprised of 7 members of the community and meets the 1st Wednesday of every month. Applications are due 10 working days before the meeting by noon. You must be present at the meeting or send a representative. Once you have received DRB approval, you may apply for a building permit the following day if you wish. Design Review Board Applications and Guidelines are available City Hall or on our Documents and Forms page.Documents and Forms Page

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1. What codes has the City adopted?
2. How do I apply for a building permit?
3. What determines the cost of a building permit?
4. What is an exempt property owner?
5. What is the Design Review Board?