DPD updated Tip 420, Solar Energy Systems, and rescinded two Director’s Rules related to lot boundary adjustments.
Effective March 1, 2013, DPD published two joint Directors’ Rules with Seattle Public Utilities to clarify our construction requirement to implement “green stormwater infrastructure (GSI) to the maximum extent feasible.” They also define steps for reporting and evaluating compliance with this requirement.
We published two new rules, Implementation of the Fee Subtitle, Building Valuation Data and Implementation of the Fee Subtitle. We proposed to rescind one rule, Criteria for Approval for Minor Structural Building Overhangs Encroaching into Streets and Alleys.
Seattle Public Utilities and DPD are publishing two joint rules. The purpose of these rules is to clarify the City’s requirement to implement “green stormwater infrastructure to the maximum extent feasible.” The rule will define steps for reporting and evaluating compliance with this requirement.
Director’s Rule 7-2012, Testing of Stairway and Hoistway Pressurization Systems in High Rise Buildings, went into effect August 22, 2012.
City staff have changed how you implement the Green Stormwater Infrastructure to the Maximum Extent Feasible requirement.
This month’s publication updates include CAM 503, Side Sewer Permits in Seattle, and DR 3-2012, Pike/Pine Overlay District: Character Structures that Cannot be Demolished if Incentives Allowing Additional Height and Floor Size are Used on a Lot Within the Pike/Pine Conservation Overlay District.
DPD has updated CAM 316, Subject-to-Field-Inspection Permits. DPD published draft DR 2-2012/SDOT 4-2012, West Seattle Triangle Streetscape Concept Plan and final DR 1-2012, Implementation of the Fee Subtitle, Building Valuation Data.
Two new Director’s Rules, DR 8-2011 and DR 11-2011, were published this month.
Four new Director’s Rules went into effect in April 2011.