Multifamily Remodel

What is it?

You need a Multifamily Remodel Permit when altering any interior portion of a multifamily residential unit.

Examples of common projects are:
  • Removing walls inside an individual unit
  • Converting a mezzanine into a bedroom
  • Removing any section of a wall between a kitchen and living space.

How Much Does it Cost?

Fees are based on the value of your project. You pay a plan review fee when you submit your plans and the rest when you pick up your permit. See the Fee Schedule (A-Z) page to download the Commercial/Multi-Family Fee Schedule for fee related information. 

How Long Does It Take?

We try to finish our initial review of new and addition permits in 21 calendar days from submittal. How long it takes to get the final permit depends on how complex your project is and how many corrections, if any, you need to make.
Our expedited process is available if your project qualifies. See the expedited permit checklist for more information. If still unsure contact the Plans Examiner of the Day at plansexaminer@redmond.gov

Steps to Get Your Permit

1. Research
Get your property information. Find property information to help you plan your project. Property Viewer Interactive Map

Determine restrictions to your project. Research our codes to determine what occupancies are allowed in the building and what land uses are allowed in that zone.  Redmond Zoning Code

Find incentives for your project. Research the City’s different incentives that might apply to your project.  Green Building Incentives
 
Prepare your plans. Plans should be electronic and should be to scale and easy to read.
 
Fill out forms:
Multi-Family Remodel Packet

2. Submit Plans
Schedule an intake appointment. Call 425-556-2473 to speak with a Permit Technician who can assist you in scheduling an intake appointment or click on the button below.

Go to schedule appointments

Tips for a Successful Intake Appointment
 
Pay Fee
Plan Reviews fees are due at permit application. The fees are calculated based on your project value.

Plan Review
During plan review the project reviewer will send you a correction letter if changes are needed. You may resubmit your plans after making the required corrections. The project reviewer will provide instructions on how to upload new plans through the E-Track portal.
 
3. Get Permit
You will be contacted when your plans are approved. Once permit issuance fees are paid, you can pick up your approved permit and plans at the Development Service Center with a blank USB drive, or log into the E-Track Portal. You can print your permit and approved plans.
 
Get related permits. You may need to get additional permits or approvals from other departments.

4. Schedule Inspection
Request an inspection.  See the E-Track Portal page to schedule an inspection online or use the phone at 425-556-2435 and the pin number on the permit to request an inspection.
 
5. Complete Project
Close your permit. Your permit information will be archived in our electronic document management system.