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Code News

New 2012 International Code's become effective July 1, 2013. For a list of Codes and Design Requirements click here.

We have adopted 2014 National Electric Code as of July 1st, 2014.

Electrical, Mechanical & Plumbing Permits Information

Electrical Permit Application 
Mechanical Permit Application 
Plumbing Permit Application 

Plan Review submittal requirements are located on the second page of the application.

Gas water heater replacements require a Mechanical Permit.
Electric water heater replacements require a Plumbing Permit.

For helpful handouts please visit mybuildingpermit.com Construction Tip Sheets webpage.

Please note that the Washington State Building Code Council did not adopt any fuel gas piping, combustion air or venting of equipment under the 2012 Uniform Plumbing Code.

All fuel gas piping installations except LPG are covered by the 2012 International Fuel Gas Code and the 2012 International Mechanical Code.

Liquefied Petroleum Gas installations are covered by NFPA 58 & 59A ed of the Liquefied Petroleum Gas Code

Storage, handling, transportation, and use of Liquefied Petroleum Gas fire permits will be required. See 2012 International Fire Code Chapter 38.

 

2012 Energy Code Forms

NEEC provides technical assistance, tools and educational resources for the Commercial Provisions of the WSEC. Commercial Provisions apply to all commercial occupancies, Group R-2 and R-3 occupancies greater than 3 stories above grade, and Group R-1 of all building heights. For more information and for applicable compliance forms please visit their website


Residential:
Code experts provide support to those who use the residential sections of the Washington State Energy Code (WSEC). The 2012 code went into effect July 1, 2013 (visit the State Building Code Council website for updates).

Have questions about the residential code?
Email energycode@energy.wsu.edu or call the WSEC Residential Code Hotline at (360) 956-2042. 2012 Washington State Energy Code Information

Commercial/Multi-Family/TI/Alteration/Mixed-Use Permits

Commercial Packet- Includes submittal requirements, application, permit fee calculation worksheet, green house gas data worksheet, construction parking form, statement of special inspections form, and data worksheet for determination of impact fees.     

Electronic Submittal Packet- Only has Planning and Fire Department checklists and permit application.

Forms and Applications

Commercial Application (does not include submittal requirements which are needed at time of intake - all types)
Commercial/Multi-Family/Mixed-Use Submittal Requirements
Construction Parking Form 
Expedited Permit Form - very small projects in B or M occupancies
Greenhouse Gas Data Form
Greenhouse Gas Data Non-Residential Example
Gross Floor Area Determination Worksheet
Permit Fee Calculation Worksheet
Rack Storage Packet
Revision Application
Statement of Special Inspections Form

Guides, Checklists, and Worksheets

Certificate of Occupancy Requirements
Code Summary Worksheet  
High Pile Combustible Storage Submittal Checklist
Multi-Family Moisture Protection Law 
Puget Sound Energy Multifamily New Construction Incentive Program Flyer 
Suspended Acoustical Ceiling Technical Guide

Residential Permits and Information

If you are proposing to construct a new single family residence or add on to your existing single family residence please review and submit the Supplemental Submittal Requirements.

Electronic Residential Submittal Packet  - This packet can be saved to your USB drive for the submittal process. Includes submittal checklist, application, and deferred impact fee form.

Complete Residential Application Package - includes fee schedule, submittal checklist, and all other applicable forms

Residential Deck

Forms and Applications

Acting as Your Own Contractor Form
Deferred Impact Fee Request Form
Revision Application
Greenhouse Gas Data Form
Residential Building Permit Application

Guides, Checklists and Other Information

ADU Submittal Requirements 
Adult Family Home WABO checklist 
For a complete list of Adult Family Home Information please visit Washington State Department of Social and Health Services.
Certificate of Occupancy Requirements 
Contractor License Requirements 
Residential Greenhouse Gas Example 
Neighborhood Example Site Plan 
Residential Building Permit Process Flyer 

 

E-Track Portal Information

View latest details at Redmond.gov/E-Track

To view your active permits through the E-Track Portal, you must complete the following steps:

Step 1: 
Complete the CONTACT REGISTRATION FORM and submit to the Development Services Center.

Step 2: 
Visit http://land.redmond.gov and register yourself as a "New User."

For more information and/or questions, please contact a Permit Technician at 425-556-2473 or via email at permittech@redmond.gov