Contact
20-01939 Miscellaneous Construction or Building - Commercial
Address:
**NO SITUS ADDRESS **
UNKNOWN,  WA  00000
Parcel #: 262702-4-079-2001
Status: Cancelled - Application has been cancelled (entered in error)
Submitted: 5/12/2020
Approved:
Issued:
Closed:
Expired: 6/16/2020
Inspections:
Required: 22
Complete: 0
Total Fees:
$5,98211
Additional fees may be required
Project: SEASIDE AT KINGSTON - TOWNHOMES - Building C - Shell Only

Public Notice
Description Begin Date End Date

Contacts
:
ERIC CLARKE w/ Element Residential, Inc.
:
SEASIDE KINGSTON LLC
:
Equity Holdings Inc

Contractors
CC:
SEASIDE KINGSTON LLC
License #: SEASIKL821L2

Details
Impact Fee Land Category:
Impact Fee Units:

Parcels
Parcel(s) associated with your permit.
Parcel Owner Address
262702-4-079-2001 SEASIDE KINGSTON LLC 26271 LINDVOG RD NE
KINGSTON,  WA 98346

Submittals

Upload documents in PDF format on the following screen. The name of each file should simply identify what each submittal document is. Examples: “Floor Plans”, “Engineered Structural Plans”, "Engineered Civil Plans", “Site Plan”

Click the files link on the far right of the submittal item to upload. The files link will indicate how many documents have been uploaded.

Not uploading all required submittal documents will delay the processing of your permit.

Submittal Required Received Accepted
Upload Required Permit Documents as listed on your Required Permit Questionnaire at http://kcowa.us/permitapp Yes 6/4/2020 6/22/2020

Approval Steps
Follow your application through the approval process.
Step Status Date
Application has been submitted and is pending acceptance Approved 6/21/2020
Impact Fee Review Approval Step Not Required (Deleted) 6/21/2020
PW - Concurrency Test Review Approved 7/1/2020
Permit Center Processing - Building Processing for review 5/12/2020
Health District Approval Processing for Building Permits You will receive an Information Request after all reviews are complete. 6/21/2020
Environmental Review Processing for review 5/12/2020
Review for compliance with non-motorized access requirements Approved 7/1/2020
Planning/Zoning Compliance Review You will receive an Information Request after all reviews are complete. 7/29/2020
Stormwater Review Processing for review 5/12/2020
Building Code Plan Review Processing for review 5/12/2020
Fire Marshal Review Processing for review 5/12/2020
Road Approach Research Processing for review 5/12/2020
Road Approach Approval Processing for review 5/12/2020
Public Works Sewer Division Approved per Public Works 7/28/2020
Addressing, Verification/Assignment Processing for review 5/12/2020
PW - ROW Review Processing for review 5/12/2020

Reviews
Start Complete Applicant Response
6/22/2020

Fixtures
Fixture Quantity Per Unit Value
Total: $0.00

Valuations

Valuations and fees will be validated during the review process.

Valuation Quantity Rate Value
Bid Price - Enter cost & installation for project 557000.79 $1.00  / Each $557,000.79
Total: $557,000.79

Fees

Fee totals below may not reflect all fees, including fees calculated by hourly rates.

Fee Amount
Permit Center Base Fee $90.00
Commercial Mechanical and Plumbing Fee $0.00
Road Impact Fee With CPI Modifier $0.00
Technology Fee $167.10
Building Permit Fee, Commercial (all except TI) $5,570.01
Certificate of Occupancy $130.00
State Surcharge Commercial $25.00
Total : $5,982.11

Bonds
Type Number Amount Issued Expires Completed

Inspections

The inspections listed below are standard for all permits of this type and may not apply to your specific permit. Once your permit has been issued, all inspections listed are applicable to your permit. Note: Community Development Building Final Inspections (B-Final), Commercial CO Inspection Fire Marshal (FM-CO-Final) and the Final Field Inspections (DE-FFI) are not eligible for next day inspection requests. Please allow two business days when requesting a Final inspection.

Completed On
Pre-issuance inspection for Road Approach.
Commercial Temporary Silt & Erosion Control. ----------- Note: This is not a standalone inspection, it will be done with all building inspections and will not be approved until final inspection. You will not need to request this inspection unless you're instructed to by your Inspector.
Road approach form inspection prior to pour
Commercial Foundation, Footing Inspection
Commercial Foundation, Stem Wall Inspection
Commercial Underfloor framing (prior to sub-floor)
Commercial Exterior Shear Wall Nailing Inspection
Commercial Interior Shear Wall Nailing Inspection
Commercial Mechanical, Ventilation Rough-In Inspection
PW Sewer Inspection
Commercial Plumbing, Rough-In Inspection
Commercial Framing Inspection
Commercial Insulation Inspection
Commercial Gypsum Wallboard Inspection
Inspect site for compliance with land use conditions
Landscape Inspection
Road Approach - Final
Health District Final (Final Must Be Approved Prior To Scheduling Final Building Inspection)
Commercial Final Building Inspection
Commercial CO Inspection Fire Marshal
Framing Inspection
Final Field Inspection

Structures
Structure Use Occupancy Type Square Footage
SEASIDE AT KINGSTON - TOWNHOMES - Building C - Shell Only Multi-Family

Conditions

The conditions listed below are standard for all permits of this type and may not apply to your specific permit. Once your permit is issued, all conditions listed are applicable to your permit.

Permit Expiration: Building permits expire 365 days after permit issuance, or 180 days after the last approved inspection activity is performed. The Building Official may extend the time for action for a period not exceeding 180 days, upon the receipt of a written extension request indicating that circumstances beyond the control of the permit holder have prevented action from being taken. Additional fees may be due to reactivate the permit.
ELECTRICAL WORK. If electrical work is proposed, a separate electrical permit is required. You can contact Labor and Industries (L&I) at www.lni.wa.gov to obtain an electrical permit. Electrical systems must be inspected by L&I prior to requesting a framing inspection and final approval granted prior to requesting a final building inspection from the Department of Community Development.
Reinspection Fee: All approved plans for this permit and the printed building permit with conditions are required to be on-site for inspection purposes, and work to be inspected shall be complete and ready for inspection. If an inspection is called for and plans are not available on site, or the work is not ready for inspection, or if previously identified corrections have not been made, approval will not be granted. In addition, a re-inspection fee will be charged and must be collected by the Department of Community Development prior to any further inspections being performed or approvals granted.
Final Inspection Required: All building permits shall have a final inspection performed and approved by the Kitsap County Department of Community Development prior to permit expiration. The failure to request a final inspection or failure to obtain final approval prior to expiration will be documented in the legal property records on file with Kitsap County as being non-compliant with Kitsap County ordinances and building regulations and will be referred to Kitsap County Code Compliance for action.
Certificate of Occupancy. All buildings require a certificate of occupancy. No building or structure shall be used or occupied, until a final inspection has been approved and a certificate of occupancy issued. Issuance of a certificate of occupancy shall not be construed as an approval of any violation of the provisions of this code or of other ordinances of the jurisdiction. Certificates presuming to give authority to violate or cancel the provisions of this code or other ordinances of the jurisdiction shall not be valid.
A separate permit is required for each proposed sign.
Commercial Address: Numerals for commercial buildings shall be conspicuously displayed on a contrasting background and shall be a minimum of 12 inches in height with a minimum stroke of 1-1/2 inches when within 50 feet of the way of travel. Buildings located between 50 and 100 feet from the way of travel shall have numerals a minimum height of 18 inches with a minimum stroke of 2 inches. Buildings located more than 100 feet from the way of travel shall have numerals a minimum of 24 inches in height with a minimum stroke of 2-1/2 inches. Numerals designating suite numbers shall be a minimum of 4 inches in height. All sizes may be reduced by 50 percent if numerals are illuminated 24 hours per day. If the building is not clearly visible from a named way of travel, the numerical designation (address) shall also be displayed near the main entrance to the property as well as at the driveway entrance that leads to the building. Property addresses shall be posted prior to requesting any inspections. If property addresses are not posted upon inspection, inspection will not be approved and a re-inspection fee will be charged and must be collected by the Department of Community Development prior to any further inspections being performed or approvals granted.
CO Revision Checklist: The following checklist is provided to help you prepare for the Certificate of Occupancy (CO) inspection. Please use it to perform your own building and fire safety check prior to requesting an inspection. Some of the most frequently overlooked, common safety items that should be verified are: 1. Exits, corridors, stairs and ramps: a. Unobstructed; b. No deadbolts on any other exit doors except for the main entrance; (with appropriate verbiage applied) c. Illuminated exit signs working and battery backup is operational; d. Handrails on stairs and ramps. 2. Building address is clearly posted as required, and visible from the road. 3. Fire extinguishers: a. Serviced within the last year or recently purchased with manufacturer's tag attached and dated; b. Minimum size 2-A:10-B:C; c. Mounted near the exit(s) no higher than 5 feet above the floor. 4. Combustible storage: a. At least 24 inches below the ceiling; b. Not located within required aisles; c. Not located in combustible attic space or crawl space; d. Not located in mechanical rooms. 5. Flammable liquids and hazardous materials: a. Quantities appropriate for use and storage, and consistent with amounts stated within application documents; b. Materials stored in close proximity to each other are compatible with each other; c. Stored in approved flammable liquid storage cabinet if quantities exceed 10 gallons; 6. Cooking operations: a. Hood and duct suppression system for any cooking that can produce grease-laden vapors; b. Class K fire extinguisher for deep fat frying operations. 7. Electrical a. Service panel is clear and unobstructed; b. Extension cords are not used for any form of permanent wiring; c. All temporary electrical cords in good condition; d. Electrical system and any modifications have been inspected and approved by the Department of Labor & Industries.
Prior to final building inspection scheduling, all work associated with SDAP (XX XXXXX) shall be completed and a satisfactory final SDAP inspection obtained.
This permit shall comply with all Kitsap Public Health District regulations and conditions of approval.
The uses of the subject property are limited to the uses proposed by the applicant and any other uses will be subject to further review pursuant to the requirements of the Kitsap County Code (KCC). Unless in conflict with the conditions stated and/or any regulations, all terms and specifications of the application shall be binding conditions of approval. Approval of this project shall not, and is not, to be construed as approval for more extensive or other utilization of the subject property.
Landscaping shall be installed and maintained in conformance with the requirements of Kitsap County Code (KCC) 17.500. Landscaping shall be installed and inspected prior to requesting a final inspection, or guaranteed by means of an assignment of funds or bonded in the amount of 150 percent of the cost of installation.
Construct approach per Section (AA). Grade approach to drain away from roadway. Construct an entry mat of 2 to 4 inch rock for a minimum distance of 100 feet. If needed, provide a culvert 20 feet in length and 12 inches in diameter. All pipe shall be “Schedule A” strength. Entire approach shall be removed at the end of six months and the ditch restored to original condition.
Construct per Section (AA) of the Exhibit. Grade approach to direct water to roadway thickened edge asphalt or curbing. Pave Approach from existing road to edge of Right of Way/Property Line or 13-feet, whichever is greater. No culvert pipe required.
Existing approach is acceptable. However, any improvements or installation of another approach on this parcel will require a new road approach permit.
Construct per Section (AA) of the Exhibit. Pave approach from existing road to edge of Right of Way/Property line or 13 feet, whichever is greater. Match existing pipe. Maintain existing grade of driveway.
Custom.
A 6-foot minimum clearance from all existing culverts must be maintained. All work must be consistent with existing stormwater and/or road approach ordinances. Comply with Section A-A of Figure 4-1 of KC Road Standards. If this work will cause road closures or detours, you must file a traffic plan with Kitsap County Public Works including specific dates and durations of such action. All culvert pipes must meet WSDOT Schedule "A" specifications. Asphalt/concrete from edge of existing road surface to the property line or 13 feet, whichever is greater. This permit is issued for access connection only; additional permits are required for road construction, utilities and infrastructure construction.
Approach shall be removed and ditch restored to original condition, upon completion of logging. Temporary approach shall be constructed per Section (AA) of the Exhibit. Grade approach to drain away from County road toward ditch line. Provide culvert pipe with minimum dimensions of 20 feet in length and 12 inches in diameter. All pipe shall be "Schedule A" strength.
Construct per Section (AA) of the Exhibit. Grade approach to drain away from County Roadway. Pave approach from existing road to edge of Right of Way/Property line or 13 feet, whichever is greater. No culvert pipe required.
Construct per Section (AA) of the Exhibit. Grade approach to drain away from County Roadway to ditch line. Pave approach from existing road to edge of Right of Way/Property line or 13 feet, whichever is greater. Provide culvert pipe with minimum dimensions of 20 feet in length and 12 inches in diameter. All pipe shall be "Schedule A" strength.
Drainage BMP: Infiltration Pit Connect all roof drains to the infiltration trench system as shown on the approved plans. Pit Size: Depth of Pit: 2 feet; Depth of Rock: 1.5 feet Minimum Cover: 6 inches Upslope: Setback 30 feet from drainfield, 10 feet from curtain drain Downslope: Setback 10 feet from drainfield Setback: 10 feet from property line Setback: 10 feet from structures The infiltration pit shall be inspected prior to covering; and shall be completed prior to requesting a final building inspection.
Drainage BMP: Dispersion Trench Connect all roof drains to the dispersion trench system as shown on the approved plans. Trench length: Trench width: 2 feet Trench depth: 18 inches Downslope: Setback 10 feet from drainfield Setback: 10 feet from property line Setback: 10 feet from structures Applicant shall complete the provided Operation & Maintenance Manual for privately maintained dispersion trench facilities. The completed Operation & Maintenance Manual shall be submitted to Kitsap County and the dispersion trench shall be inspected prior to requesting a final building inspection.
Drainage BMP: Gravelless Chamber Connect all roof drains to the gravelless chambers as shown on the approved plans. Number of chambers: Length of chambers: Where more than 1 chamber, set at a minimum of 6 foot on center 3 inches of gravel is required below the chambers. Trenches must be gravel-filled outside of the chambers to the top of the chamber louvers. The infiltration chambers shall be inspected prior to covering.
Drainage BMP: Bioretention Connect all roof drains to the bioretention cell as shown on the approved plans. Bottom Square Footage of Cell: Ponding Depth, 12” maximum: Engineered Soil Depth: 18 inches Side slopes: 3H:1V Setback, upslope from drainfield: 30 feet Setback, downslope from drainfield: 30 feet Setback from property line: 10 feet Setback from structures: 10 feet Bioretention area shall be protected to minimize compaction of underlying soils during construction. Bioretention system shall be inspected prior to requesting a final building inspection.
Drainage BMP: Rain Garden Direct runoff to rain garden, via a swale, pipe, or across landscaped area Bottom Square Footage of raingarden: Ponding depth, 12” maximum: Engineered Soil depth: 18 inches Side slopes: 2H:1V Setback, upslope from drainfield: 50 feet (raingarden handbook) Setback, downslope from drainfield: 10 feet (raingarden handbook) Setback from property line: 10 feet Setback from structures: 10 feet The rain garden shall be inspected prior to requesting a final building inspection.
Drainage mitigation method: Site Development Activity Permit (SDAP) All site plan construction and stormwater systems shall be installed as designed per SDAP #: Stormwater mitigation that does not match the approved SDAP will not be allowed without further SDAP review by Kitsap County Department of Community Development

Required Permits
Type Requirement For Number Status

Notes

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