Coordinated Civil Review
What is it?
Civil construction drawings are detailed engineering documents that are required for improvements to a particular site. Civil construction drawings are reviewed through the Coordinated Civil Review Process (CCR). This review process results in a Civil SITE Construction permit though which the improvements are constructed, inspected, and accepted. If the project went through Land Use review and approval, the project must have a draft approval letter before applying for CCR.
See the Redmond Municipal Code and the Redmond Zoning Code to determine the standards that will apply to your project:
RZC 21.76.020 Overview of the development process
What is it going to cost?
View potential fees on the Development Services Fees page.
Bond Estimates (required for first CCR submittal):
How to Apply
Please submit a complete CCR application to Development Engineering via email and follow the process and submittal requirements in the CCR Checklist.
Reimbursement agreements need to be applied for and approved prior to construction.
The CCR review period is 28 days and the process follows the attached flowchart (PDF). After the plans are approved, bonds and mylars need to be submitted to the City. The CCR checklist has more details about the timing of the final submittal and PDFs of the bond forms are below.
On-Site Performance Bond - Plats and Large Commercial (11 or more lots) (PDF)
On-Site Performance Bond - Short Plat and Small Projects (10 or less lots) (PDF)
A city approved, “wet weather plan”, for erosion and sediment control, is required for any work anticipated to occur during the rainy season, October 1st and April 30th. An Erosion Control Bond may be required as part of the Wet Weather Plan if there will be work near critical areas such as wetlands, streams, steep slopes or their buffers. There are fees associated with review. Contact us if your project needs to undergo a wet weather plan review.
Submit paper copies of the approved mylars to the Development Services Center (DSC) a minimum of 24 hours before requesting the Pre-Construction meeting. To schedule the Pre-Construction meeting call (425)556-2730. A response with the scheduled meeting date, time and location is sent via email. The date of the meeting is within 5 business days from receipt of the request. The applicant and contractor(s) attend the Pre-Construction meeting with appropriate City staff. You may also wish to have your engineer(s) and underground contractor attend this meeting.
The following permits or approvals must be submitted prior to or during the Pre-Construction meeting:
- Emergency Contact List
- Proposed Construction Schedule
- Wet Weather Plan ( if applicable)
Inspections need to be requested throughout the entire process and before covering up any work that has been done. Skipping inspections could lead to a delay in your project.
- Schedule through our Redmond ePermitting Service (REPS) OR
- Call 425-556-2435 and use the pin number on the permit record.
Near the end of construction, the Administrative Documents can be submitted to the City for review so that water meter and side sewer can be properly invoiced and issued later. The Inspectors will notify the project when the Administrative Documents can be submitted and when water meter and side sewer permits can be applied for.
Administrative Documents for Public System Improvements (PDF) (Developer Extension Asset Summary, Abandoned Plant, Bill of Sale & Temporary Maintenance Agreement)
Once construction is substantially complete the project is required to submit Record Drawings.
- Record Drawing Requirements & Digital Checklist (PDF) (Updated June 2020)
- File Transfer Site Instructions (PDF)
After the Record Drawings are complete the project will go into a warranty period and the warranty inspection will be one year later. The bonds will be reduced when the project goes into this period.