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Do I need a storm shelter permit?

One of our most frequently asked questions is “Do I have to get a permit before you install my storm shelter?

INSIDE CITY LIMITS: The answer is almost always YES!  Each city has different rules & regulations, so the cost of the permit and process will vary. Almost every city will require an application & an engineer drawing of the specifications of your storm shelter, which you get from us.

OUTSIDE CITY LIMITS: Rarely, but it’s best to check with your county just to be sure.

The information below is subject to change at any time.

Find your city below for more information on how to get a storm shelter permit. If your city isn’t listed, please contact your city’s community development department for more information.

Click on your city or town below and scroll down to the FAQ section to see permit requirements in your area.

Altus Oklahoma
Altus, OK
Amber Oklahoma
Amber, OK
Anadarko Oklahoma
Anadarko, OK
Arcadia Oklahoma
Arcadia, OK
Ardmore Oklahoma
Ardmore, OK
Bethany Oklahoma
Bethany, OK
Blanchard Oklahoma
Blanchard, OK
Bridge Creek Oklahoma
Bridge Creek, OK
Broken Arrow Oklahoma
Broken Arrow, OK
Chickasha Oklahoma
Chickasha, OK
Choctaw Oklahoma
Choctaw, OK
Davis Oklahoma
Davis, OK
Del City Oklahoma
Del City, OK
Dibble Oklahoma
Dibble, OK
Edmond Oklahoma
Edmond, OK
El Reno Oklahoma
El Reno, OK
Elmore City Oklahoma
Elmore City, OK
Fort Cobb Oklahoma
Fort Cobb, OK
Goldsby Oklahoma
Goldsby, OK
Guthrie Oklahoma
Guthrie, OK
Harrah Oklahoma
Harrah, OK
Jones Oklahoma
Jones, OK
Lawton Oklahoma
Lawton, OK
Lexington Oklahoma
Lexington, OK
Lindsay Oklahoma
Lindsay, OK
Marlow Oklahoma
Marlow, OK
Midwest City Oklahoma
Midwest City, OK
Minco Oklahoma
Minco, OK
Moore Oklahoma
Moore, OK
Mustang Oklahoma
Mustang, OK
Newcastle Oklahoma
Newcastle, OK
Nicoma Park Oklahoma
Nicoma Park, OK
Ninnekah Oklahoma
Ninnekah, OK
Noble Oklahoma
Noble, OK
Norman Oklahoma
Norman, OK
Oklahoma City Oklahoma
Oklahoma City, OK
Pauls Valley Oklahoma
Pauls Valley, OK
Piedmont Oklahoma
Piedmont, OK
Pocasset Oklahoma
Pocasset, OK
Purcell Oklahoma
Purcell, OK
Rush Springs Oklahoma
Rush Springs, OK
Sapulpa Oklahoma
Sapulpa, OK
Shawnee Oklahoma
Shawnee, OK
Spencer Oklahoma
Spencer, OK
Sulphur Oklahoma
Sulphur, OK
Tecumseh Oklahoma
Tecumseh, OK
Tulsa Oklahoma
Tulsa, OK
Tuttle Oklahoma
Tuttle, OK
Union City Oklahoma
Union City, OK
Verden Oklahoma
Verden, OK
Warr Acres Oklahoma
Warr Acres, OK
Washington Oklahoma
Washington, OK
Wynnewood Oklahoma
Wynnewood, OK
Yukon Oklahoma
Yukon, OK

**Disclaimer: Please Note**

We want to keep you informed about storm shelter permits, but please be aware that the details provided might change. 

Cities and counties can update regulations, and the permit process may evolve. 

For the latest, greatest info, it‘s always a good idea to touch base with your local city or county office. Just give them a ring or drop by to get the most up-to-date scoop on permit costs, application procedures, and any other important details. 

Remember, your safety matters most, so staying in the loop with your local authorities is the key to a smooth shelter installation experience!