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This form, updated 10-27-17, replaces all other DCD complaint forms. In an effort to streamline office processes and response times, we prefer that all complaints be submitted electronically for proper processing. If you would not like to submit electronically and/or do not have access to a computer, we would be happy to take your complaint over the phone or you can submit it using the community computer we have available in our lobby.
Fill in the information below. Include at least one way to contact you if the need arises--either your email address, mailing address or phone number. No purely anonymous tips or information can be accepted.
This complaint form is a public record and is subject to disclosure under the Public Records Act (42.56 RCW). Please let us know if you would like information revealing your identity to remain confidential and exempt from public disclosure. Note that while confidentiality is allowed, anonymous complaints are not accepted. Please indicate your desire below:
Fill out this form as completely as possible regarding the location you are concerned about. Address information is mandatory.
If no address, please describe location.
We need to know the parcel # so that we can easily find the location of concern. You can look up the parcel # by looking it up in our Parcel Search Tool: https://wa-jeffersoncounty.civicplus.com/954/Property-Tax-Parcel-Search.
Note: Any site visitation due to this complaint will be in compliance with Jefferson County policies and procedures regarding trespassing.
Click "Browse" to upload any supporting documentation.
I have placed my initials in the box above indicating that I understand that our limited staff resources mean we cannot pursue enforcement action on all complaint and violation cases. However, on each case, on a time-available basis, the Department will conduct a reconnaissance level investigation by visiting the site, taking photos and making observations to the extent possible from public access points, (or from private property if invited by the owner). Following this investigation, we will decide whether further enforcement actions will be taken. As a general rule, only the most serious health and safety issues and environmental infractions will be pursued. We regret any inconvenience this may cause.
If "Yes," a copy of this form will be forwarded to the County Administrator's office.
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