Commercial & Residential Construction Permits
- Step 1: Gather Documents
- Step 2: Submit Plans
- Step 3: Plan Review
- Step 4: Submitting Revisions
- Step 5: Issue Permits
- Step 6: Inspections
- Step 7: Field Changes
- Step 8: Certificate
If you change the scope or design of your project or receive notification from us that your plans need to be revised, then you will submit revisions to us the same way you applied. Upload your revised plans and project documents through your Permit Portal plan review dashboard.
Construction projects that require a Certificate of Occupancy may be requested via email, phone, or in person at the Permit Center.
Construction & Demolition Material Recycling
Please note that many materials from construction and demolition projects are required to be recycled. This includes clean wood, cardboard, metal, gypsum scrap, asphalt paving, bricks, and concrete.
Learn more from King County Solid Waste Division: King County Construction and Demolition Materials Management.