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Building Permit Submittal Requirements

The Community Development Department currently provides four methods for individuals to apply for building permits, including:

Email the Application (Preferred)

All applications and supporting documents can be submitted via email to our Permit Technician at [email protected] 

SMARTGov Website Permit Portal 

Permits may be applied for using the SMARTGov Website Permit Portal. The SMARTGov website portal also allows customers to schedule inspections, review inspection results and review the status of their permit application during the plan review process.

Mail the Application

Contact the Building Department prior to mailing any permit application. The permit application may be mailed along with required submittal documents and permit fees onlyafter contacting the Building Department.

Apply in Person

Permit applications may be submitted in person at the address shown on this page. Permit staff is available Monday - Friday from 8:00 am -12:00 pm, 1:00 pm -5:00 pm.




Sours: https://ci.ellensburg.wa.us/502/Building-Permit-Submittal-Requirements

From Kittitas County Community Development Services (CDS):

Kittitas County, WA – 04/02/2020 – Beginning Friday, April 3, 2020, Kittitas County Community Development Services (CDS) will resume accepting and reviewing applications while our office remains closed under the Governor’s Stay at Home Order. Applications will be processed as follows:

  1. Building permit applications requiring full size plans may be mailed to 411 N. Ruby Street, Suite 2, Ellensburg, Washington 98926 or may be deposited in the CDS drop box located outside of our office on Ruby Street.  Applications must include a check for the required fees made out to Kittitas County CDS, unless you would like to pay fees by credit card.  If you would like to pay fees by credit card, please indicate that in your application and we will contact you by phone for credit card information. Please note that a 3% service fee is required if paying by credit card.
  2. All other applications may be submitted to [email protected], may be submitted by mail to 411 N. Ruby Street, Suite 2, Ellensburg, Washington 98926, or may be deposited in the CDS drop box located outside of our office on Ruby Street.  Applications must include a check for the required fees made out to Kittitas County CDS, unless you would like to pay fees by credit card.  If you would like to pay fees by credit card, please indicate that in your application and we will contact you by phone for credit card information.   Please note that a 3% service fee is required if paying by credit card.
  3. Once CDS staff has collected and reviewed your submittal, we will contact you to verify receipt of your application and to let you know if additional information or submittal items are required.
  4. When building permits are ready to be issued, staff will schedule an appointment for the applicant to pick up the permit.  Permits will be picked up from a no-contact pickup area outside of CDS.  All permits issued will include a statement that “Non-essential construction is not permitted per the Governor’s stay at home order and construction may not commence until the Governor has lifted the order.”
  5. CDS staff will only conduct inspections that are deemed essential under the Governor’s Stay at Home Order.  Requests for such inspections may be submitted to 509-933-8222 or [email protected] and will be considered on a case-by-case basis
  6. Pre-application conferences have been temporarily waived for all applications per Resolution No. 2020-052.
  7. Planning applications will be reviewed to the extent possible under the Governor’s Stay at Home Order.  No public hearings will be scheduled until the Governor’s order has been lifted and assurances have been made that any social distancing or other guidelines can be met.
  8. Final plat applications will be reviewed to the extent possible under the Governor’s Stay at Home Order.  Final mylars will not be accepted, routed for signature, or recorded until the Governor’s order has been lifted.

Thank you for your patience and understanding.  We will be making additional changes to our processes as necessary, and we will keep you updated as we do.  Please call or email our office if you have any questions.

Sours: https://nkctribune.com/kittitas-county-community-development-services-to-resume-accepting-and-reviewing-applications-4-3-20/
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Building Departments in Kittitas County, Washington

There are 3 Building Departments in Kittitas County, Washington, serving a population of 43,726 people in an area of 2,297 square miles. There is 1 Building Department per 14,575 people, and 1 Building Department per 765 square miles.

In Washington, Kittitas County is ranked 11th of 39 counties in Building Departments per capita, and 22nd of 39 counties in Building Departments per square mile.

List of Kittitas County Building Departments

Find Kittitas County, Washington building departments, planning, permits, zoning, and inspections.

About the Kittitas County Building Department

Building Departments in Kittitas County, WA are responsible for ensuring safe construction of buildings located in their jurisdictions. Building Departments create building codes and standards for building construction to ensure building safety. The Kittitas County DOB is involved in all aspects of construction, including zoning laws, design requirements, building materials, trade and professional license regulation.

You may contact the Building Department for questions about:
  • Kittitas County, Washington building inspection records
  • Contractor license searches
  • Kittitas County building codes
  • Building permit violations, appeals, and fines
  • Construction permits and building ordinances
  • Kittitas County, WA zoning laws and requirements

Kittitas County Building Structure & Housing Statistics

Find Kittitas County Residential Housing Units, Occupied Residential Buildings Construction Year, Occupied Residential Buildings Room Characteristics, Occupied Residential Buildings Bedroom Characteristics, and Occupied Residential Building Facility Characteristics. Data Source: U.S. Census Bureau; American Community Survey, 2018 ACS 5-Year Estimates.

 Kittitas CountyWashington
Total Housing Units23,3933,064,381
Occupied Housing Units18,003 (77.0%)2,800,423 (91.4%)
 Kittitas CountyWashington
Single-Family Detached Homes11,927 (66.3%)1,782,051 (63.6%)
Single-Family Attached Homes443 (2.5%)110,844 (4.0%)
2 Apartments831 (4.6%)66,245 (2.4%)
3 or 4 Apartments1,044 (5.8%)100,527 (3.6%)
5 to 9 Apartments469 (2.6%)127,774 (4.6%)
10 or More Apartments1,936 (10.8%)435,497 (15.6%)
Mobile Home or Other Type of Housing1,353 (7.5%)177,485 (6.3%)
 Kittitas CountyWashington
2014 or Later238 (1.3%)62,312 (2.2%)
2010 to 2013681 (3.8%)99,185 (3.5%)
2000 to 20093,583 (19.9%)440,508 (15.7%)
1980 to 19994,610 (25.6%)852,224 (30.4%)
1960 to 19793,992 (22.2%)712,540 (25.4%)
1940 to 19591,916 (1,916.0%)349,181 (349,181.0%)
1939 or Earlier2,983 (16.6%)284,473 (10.2%)
 Kittitas CountyWashington
1 Room523 (2.9%)74,460 (2.7%)
2 or 3 Rooms12,994 (72.2%)1,757,506 (62.8%)
4 or 5 Rooms6,048 (33.6%)909,467 (32.5%)
6 or 7 Rooms5,702 (31.7%)811,744 (29.0%)
8 or More Rooms2,904 (16.1%)650,359 (23.2%)
 Kittitas CountyWashington
No Bedroom565 (3.1%)85,244 (3.0%)
1 Bedroom1,930 (10.7%)307,033 (11.0%)
2 or 3 Bedrooms12,994 (72.2%)1,757,506 (62.8%)
4 or More Bedrooms2,514 (14.0%)650,640 (23.2%)
 Kittitas CountyWashington
With Complete Plumbing Facilities17,956 (99.7%)2,788,509 (99.6%)
With Complete Kitchen Facilities17,756 (98.6%)2,771,941 (99.0%)

Building Departments near Kittitas County

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Sours: https://www.countyoffice.org/wa-kittitas-county-building-departments/
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