Contact
20-02491 Single Family Residence - Addition
Address:
225 SW HONEY RD
PORT ORCHARD,  WA  98367
Parcel #: 112301-3-015-2002
Status: Permit has been issued to applicant.
Submitted: 6/10/2020
Approved: 8/28/2020
Issued: 8/28/2020
Closed:
Expires: 8/30/2021
Inspections:
Required: 22
Complete: 9
Total Fees:
$71578
Additional fees may be required
Project: YAMAMOTO - Enclose Existing Covered Terrace to Convert to Kitchen

Public Notice
Description Begin Date End Date

Contacts
:
TERRY Y & AYAKO YAMAMOTO
:
TERRY Y & AYAKO YAMAMOTO
:
Dennis Kirkpatrick with KIRKPATRICK ARCHITECTS

Contractors

Details

Parcels
Parcel(s) associated with your permit.
Parcel Owner Address
112301-3-015-2002 TERRY Y & AYAKO YAMAMOTO 225 SW HONEY RD
PORT ORCHARD,  WA 98367

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
Approved Permit Documents and Plans: Print all files and keep onsite for inspections Yes 8/28/2020 8/28/2020
Second Information Request: Upload a letter response AND any revised, corrected, or additional documentation Yes 8/25/2020 8/27/2020
Please Download and Review All Documents: This line contains your detailed information request and when applicable, permit documents with reviewer comments Yes 8/25/2020 8/25/2020
Information Request: Upload a letter response AND any revised, corrected, or additional documentation. No 8/18/2020 8/19/2020
Upload Required Permit Documents as listed on your Required Permit Questionnaire at http://kcowa.us/permitapp No 6/29/2020 7/6/2020

Approval Steps
Follow your application through the approval process.
Step Status Date
Permit Center Processing - Building Approved 7/7/2020
Building Height Review Approval Step Not Required (Deleted) 6/24/2020
Health District Approval Processing for Building Permits Approved 6/24/2020
Environmental Review Approved 7/31/2020
Residential Zoning Review Approved 8/28/2020
Stormwater Review Approved 7/14/2020
Building Code Plan Review Approved 8/25/2020
Fire Marshal Review Approval Step Not Required (Deleted) 7/7/2020

Reviews
Start Complete Applicant Response
7/7/2020 7/31/2020 8/18/2020
8/18/2020 8/25/2020 8/25/2020
8/25/2020 8/28/2020

Fixtures
Fixture Quantity Per Unit Value
R-Sink (Lavatory, Kitchen, Mop or Bar Sink) 1 $0.00 $0.00
Heat Pump +/- Ducting 1 $0.00 $0.00
R-Cook Stove with Exhaust, LP or Natural Gas 1 $0.00 $0.00
Total: $0.00

Valuations

Valuations and fees will be validated during the review process.

Valuation Quantity Rate Value
New Residential Floor Space, Main (1st) Floor - Enter Square Footage 285.00 $121.24  / SQFT $34,553.40
Total: $34,553.40

Fees

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

Fee Amount
Building Permit Fee, Residential $601.24
State Surcharge DCD $6.50
Technology Fee $18.04
Permit Center Base Fee $90.00
Total : $715.78

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
Residential Temporary Silt & Erosion Control Inspection.*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.
Residential Foundation, Footing Inspection 1/11/2021
Residential Footing, Deck or Porch inspection
Residential Framing, Deck or Porch inspection
Residential Foundation, Stem Wall Inspection 1/11/2021
Residential Underfloor framing (prior to sub-floor) 1/21/2021
Residential Exterior Shear Wall Nailing Inspection 1/21/2021
Residential Interior Shear Wall Nailing Inspection 1/5/2021
Residential Plumbing, Rough-In Inspection 1/21/2021
Residential Mechanical, Ventilation Rough-In Inspection 3/3/2021
Residential Mechanical, Interior Gas Piping Inspection 1/11/2021
Residential Mechanical, Heat Pump Rough-In Inspection
Residential Ductless Split System Rough-In Inspection
Residential Framing Inspection 3/3/2021
Residential Insulation Inspection
Residential Gypsum Wallboard Inspection
Residential Mechanical, Household Appliance
Residential Mechanical, Propane or Liquid Fuel Tank & Piping Inspection
Residential Mechanical, Exterior Gas Piping Inspection
Residential Gas Stove Installation Inspection
Health District Final (Final Must Be Approved Prior To Scheduling Final Building Inspection)
Residential Final Building Inspection

Structures
Structure Use Occupancy Type Square Footage
YAMAMOTO - Enclose Existing Covered Terrace to Convert to Kitchen Residential, one or two family dwelling

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.
Erosion and sedimentation control devices shall be installed in accordance with best management practices. Provide silt fence(s) along contours. Provide appropriate gravel construction entrance mat. Protect all exposed soils.
All structures shall have roof gutters. All gutters, downspouts, and yard drains must be directed at a minimum to splash blocks, (or an infiltration system, if required). Drains shall have a minimum 2% grade away from the foundation. All drainage discharges shall be located so that there is no adverse impact to downstream or adjacent properties.
This permit shall comply with all Kitsap Public Health District regulations and conditions of approval.
New and/or replaced hard surfaces do not exceed the 2,000 square foot threshold; nor does the project exceed 7,000 square feet of disturbed area. While a formal plan is not required, the applicant must consider all elements required of a stormwater pollution prevention plan and make allowances for managing erosion and sediment discharge on site. Per KCC Title 12, if the project exceeds either of the thresholds noted above, then additional review for stormwater management will be required.

Required Permits
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