In July we will unveil a new online map that provides locations and detailed information of active Seattle Design Review projects. Our Shaping Seattle: Buildings map gives users the ability to click on a project to: view design specifics; find the building status, comment on the project, find related Design Review meetings.
City Council has scheduled a public hearing on the 2016 Stormwater Code Update for August 11, 2015. The meeting is scheduled for 2:00 p.m. in Seattle City Hall Council Chambers. The draft documents of the 2016 Stormwater Code and other project applicability code changes are available for your review on our website.
DPD is now accepting electronic plans for electrical plan review through the DPD Project Portal. Through the portal you can submit plans, pay fees, review correction notices, and find the status of you project.
Beginning August 1, 2015, DPD will require 5 sets of plans for paper submittals of Master Use permits. This will help facilitate multiple reviews of the proposal, such as environmental, City Light, ordinance, and drainage reviews.
View permit turnaround times for May 2015.
The Washington Department of Ecology approved Seattle’s updated Shoreline Master Program on June 1. It will take effect on June 15. Local shoreline master programs are a cornerstone of the state’s Shoreline Management Act, approved by voters in 1971. Seattle’s shoreline program will result in the balanced management of nearly 100 miles of marine, lake, and estuarine shorelines throughout the city.
DPD and Seattle Public Utilities (SPU) are hosting a public meeting on June 10, 2015 about the 2016 Stormwater Code and Manual Update. The meeting is from 4:00 – 6:00 p.m. in Seattle Municipal Tower, room 4080. The draft documents of the 2016 Stormwater Code and other project applicability code changes are available for your review on our website.
View permit turnaround times for April 2015.
DPD has a new email address for submitting geotechnical special inspection final letters. You should send those letters to firstname.lastname@example.org. However, you should continue to send geotechnical daily field reports to email@example.com. Both of these email addresses are solely for the purpose of receiving field reports and final letters.
The Director of Seattle Public Utilities is proposing rule DWW-430.1, Flow Control Requirements for Projects in Identified Public Combined Sewer Basins. The proposed draft and map exhibit for the SODO/Waterfront Basin are available on the Project Documents page of our Stormwater Code & Rules Update website.