How long is the Coordinated Civil Review Process?

Review of final construction plans begins after Land Use approval conditions are issued. Each City review cycle is 28 days. If the plan set submitted is complete and addresses all conditions of approval, and any comments are addressed in a timely manner plans can typically be approved for construction in approximately 4 months. Time may be shorter for a very simple project, or longer if there are significant issues to be resolved, or delays in resubmittal of the plans or extensive review comments due to plan submittals that are incomplete or not in compliance with City codes and design requirements.

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1. When is a Coordinated Civil Review Process Required?
2. When do I need a Clearing and Grading Permit?
3. How do I request a deviation?
4. How long is the Coordinated Civil Review Process?
5. What determines the actual meter size for fire supply?
6. How do I modify my water service?
7. What types of Hydrant Use permits are there?
8. How do I cancel my hydrant permit?
9. Do I need to get a construction permit from the Department of Ecology?