SDCI is proposing a new Director’s Rule, Verification of floating on-water residences. The purpose of the Director’s Rule is to clarify the application material required for verification of floating on-water residences and to establish an end date for verification of any new floating on-water residences.
We released two draft directors rules, one about changing use and the other about verifying floating on-water residences.
We have updated two Tips and released a draft Director’s Rule and a Final Director’s Rule about relocation assistance payments.
We released two draft director’s rules and two final director’s rules in April.
We updated two Tips and published a new one on how to maintain vacant business properties.
We updated four Tips and released two draft Director’s Rules in January.
We updated several Tips, including some on rental regulations, shoreline code, and land use permits.
State law requires local building departments, such as SDCI, to verify contractor licenses on every construction permit. Every construction applicant must identify the project contractor license or indicate why the application is exempt from requiring a contractor. To make this easier, we have updated our Contractor Disclosure Form.
On May 23, SDCI, along with the Office of Emergency Management (OEM), released the National Development Council’s (NDC) report to the City of Seattle, Funding URM Retrofits.
We updated three tips and released two draft director’s rules in April, 2019.