Permit Information - King County
We issue new permits for property located in unincorporated King County only. Check jurisdiction and zoning to determine whether your property is located in unincorporated King County or is located within city limits.. For property within a city boundary such as Seattle, Bellevue, Renton, etc., contact the City directly for its permitting regulations. ...
Permitting and Environmental Review - King County
King County Department of Permitting and Environmental Review (Permitting) Web site.
Reduced Fare Permits - Accessible Services - King County ...
The first Regional Reduced Fare Permit, and renewing an expired RRFP, are free of charge. Replacing a lost or stolen RRFP costs $3. The RRFP entitles permit-holders to reduced fares.
Land use permit records - King County
The types of land use permit records, such as subdivisions (plats and short plats), grading permits, conditional use permits (CUPs), lot line/boundary line adjustments, and binding site plans, available at the DDES Records Center of the King County Department of Development and Environmental Services (DDES).
Permit process - King County
Applying: How do I apply for a permit?; Cost / Fees: What is the cost of a permit?; Bonds / financial guarantees: How can I get help with bonds or financial guarantees?; Permit status: What is the status of my permit?; Building inspections: How do I schedule a building inspection?; Pre-applications for building permits: Will I need a pre-application meeting for a building permit?
Applications, permits, codes and fees - King County
For homeowners with an on-site sewage system (OSS) Permits, applications and manuals for installation, repairing or replacing your OSS; List of service fees
Environmental Health's online services portal - King County
Services currently available on the portal. Renew annual operating permits (restaurants, pet businesses, pools, etc.). Pay and print multiple permits at once.
Special Interest - Permit/Project - King County
Permits and applications of special interest in unincorporated King County due to their nature, size or location, from the King County Department of Permitting and Environmental Review.
Building permit records - King County
The types of building permit records, residential and commercial, available at the Permitting Department Records Center of the King County Department of Permitting and Environmental Review (Permitting).
Inspections - King County
Land use inspections. Department of Permitting land use inspectors monitor construction of roads, parking lots, road frontage (such as curbs, gutters, sidewalks), drainage facilities, erosion control, and other site work on developments or building permits to ensure County regulations and permit requirements are met.