Code Adoption: The 2021 Construction and Fire Codes are anticipated to go into effect on March 15, 2024 pending state and local adoption. All permit applications submitted after March 14, 2024 must comply with the 2021 codes; complete applications received on or before March 14 will be vested to the 2018 codes. For more information, see our Code Change Flyer. Questions about code adoption can be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Construction Permits, Fire Permits and Land Use Projects/Permits
It is recommended that persons submitting for a permit have an account so that the permit can be managed online, including making payments and requesting inspections. Register for an account here: REPS Portal
Step 3: Wait for emailed instructions on how to upload your application
SUBMIT PERMIT AT THE COUNTER
The Development Services Center (DSC) is open Monday - Thursday, 10am to 3pm
In person questions and submittals are handled on a first-come first-served basis. Check in at the Redmond City Hall Customer Service Center on the 1st floor, then come up to the DSC on the 2nd floor.
OTC Permit Submittal: If your application is deemed complete and you have an acceptable form of payment, we will issue the permit at the counter.
Reviewed Permit Submittal: All submittal documents must be on a USB drive and in PDF format. All the files listed as required in the submittal checklist on the application form must be provided. If your permit submittal is considered complete at the counter, you can pay the intake fees and the permit will be put into review. Payment can be accepted at the counter, or you can pay online.
Online: pay online with a credit or debit card (Visa, MasterCard and Discover only).
In Person: pay at the DSC counter with a credit or debit card that is present (Visa, MasterCard and Discover only), a check or cash.
You may schedule an appointment for service at a particular time. Documents you wish to submit for plan review must be brought in on a flash drive and all files must be in PDF format.
For plan reviewed permits: if the submittal is considered complete, you may pay the plan review fee at the counter using a credit card that must be present (Visa, MasterCard, Discover), a check or cash. Alternatively, you may pay fees online.
Right-of-Way Use Permits: A permit (and a bond under certain circumstances) is required for any activity that disrupts traffic, restricts access or modifies any infrastructure within the right-of-way, or for any private use of the public right-of-way including streets, on-street parking, and sidewalks. For details, contact: email@example.com