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and application forms on this page are available in Portable Document Format
(PDF). The program Adobe Acrobat Reader is required to access
PDF documents. Acrobat Reader can be downloaded for free.
The land use application forms
linked below, as well as the building permit application, can be
filled out in Adobe Acrobat and printed. The information
cannot be saved as a file, however, unless an advanced version of
Adobe software is used. Visit the Adobe website for more information.
If you have any
questions about what forms to complete, how to complete them, or
other information that may be required for particular applications,
please contact DCD at (360) 379-4450 and consult with either a
Permit Technician or a Development Review Division
planner. You can also ask
questions by email.
Information & Forms
the Building Permits / Inspections web page for information on
how to apply for a building permit. Most building permit applications begin with the
form. Additional forms are required depending on the type of
project. For a complete list or building application forms, visit
Forms page. Most building permit applications undergo consistency
review by the Development Review Division (DRD)
to ensure compliance with the UDC, Comprehensive Plan, and State and
Federal laws. Some building permits involve associated land
use applications, such as a Conditional Use Permit, Variance, or
Shoreline Substantial Development Permit.
DEPT OF COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
2016 Permit Fees
2017 Land Use Fees
2017 Building Fees
Building Valuation Table
THESE ARE DCD FEES ONLY.
PLEASE CONTACT DCD @ 379-4450 FOR APPLICABLE FEES FOR OTHER
For assistance in interpreting the permit fee
schedule, contact the Permit Technician. Note that the fee for review under the State Environmental
Policy Act (SEPA) is only for those proposals that are not categorically
exempt from a threshold determination under SEPA. The Development
Review Division project planner assigned to the case applies the
categorical exemption criteria from the State law to the proposal in
order to determine whether the proposal requires SEPA review. The
project planner also reviews the proposal to determine what type of
permit process is required (i.e., Type I, II, or III) and
consequently the appropriate fee.
For information on permit types and a list of land
use permits by permit type, visit
the DRD page.
Land Use Information
Land Use Application
LAND USE FORMS
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