18-02385 Site Development Activity Permit - Commercial
Parcel #: 102501-3-033-2009
Status: Permit has been re-issued (after expiration or after being revised).
Submitted: 5/15/2018
Approved: 12/27/2018
Issued: 2/26/2019
Expires: 3/11/2021
Required: 29
Complete: 9
Total Fees:
Additional fees may be required
Project: Cottages on the Ridge - Residential Development of 103 Dwelling Units - Mixed Single Family and Duplexes

Mellissa Andrews with CONTOUR ENGINEERING
Eskander, John


Impact Fee Land Category:
Acres: 20
Impact Fee Units:
Permit Base Hours: 48

Parcel(s) associated with your permit.
Parcel Owner Address


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 SDAP Permit Documents for Addendum #2 Yes 11/26/2019 11/26/2019
Approved Permit Documents and Plans: Print all files and keep onsite for inspections Yes 2/19/2019 2/19/2019
Completed Online Permit Form Yes 5/15/2018 5/16/2018
Supplemental Application Yes 5/15/2018 5/16/2018
Project Narrative Yes 5/15/2018 5/16/2018
Notice of Decision associated with previous land use approval Yes 5/16/2018 5/16/2018
Kitsap Public Health District Documentation Yes
Site Plans Yes 10/11/2018 10/11/2018
Water Availability letter Yes 5/15/2018 5/16/2018
Sewer availability letter Yes 5/15/2018 5/16/2018
Application to construct Sanitary Sewer Service. Yes
Application for Concurrency Test from Public Works Yes 5/15/2018 5/16/2018
Flood Elevation Certificate Yes
Flood Evaluation Report Yes
Affidavit signed by Engineer Yes
Certification from engineer of record Yes
Environmental (SEPA) Checklist Yes 5/15/2018 5/16/2018
Shoreline, wetland or stream habitat report, where applicable Yes 5/15/2018 5/16/2018
Habitat Management Plan (HMP) Yes
Geotechnical Report Yes 5/15/2018 5/16/2018
Wetland Delineation Report or Certification Yes
Landscape plans Yes 1/15/2019 1/15/2019
Stormwater Packet Yes 5/15/2018 5/16/2018
Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP) Narrative Yes 5/15/2018 5/16/2018
Operations & Maintenance Manual Yes 5/15/2018 5/16/2018
Engineered drainage plans Yes 1/15/2019 1/15/2019
Engineered Drainage Report Yes 12/20/2018 12/21/2018
Solid Waste Documentation Yes 10/10/2018 10/11/2018
Post-Construction Soil Quality and Depth Worksheet Yes
Traffic impact analysis Yes
Parking Analysis Yes 10/11/2018 10/11/2018
Soil Report Yes
Hydrogeological Report Yes
Request for a submittal item waiver Yes
No submittal item required for this line. Internal Use Only. Yes 5/17/2018 5/17/2018
Customer Response Letter to Information Request Yes 12/20/2018 12/21/2018
Liability Insurance Certificate Yes 2/19/2019 2/19/2019
National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permit from WA State Yes 2/25/2019 2/25/2019
Erosion Control surety Yes 2/19/2019 2/19/2019
Letter of Authorization Yes 2/19/2019 2/19/2019

Approval Steps
Follow your application through the approval process.
Step Status Date
Application has been submitted and is pending acceptance Approved 5/16/2018
Review Application Submittal for Completeness Approved 5/17/2018
PW - Concurrency Test Review Approved 6/18/2018
Notice of Application Approved 5/29/2018
Distribute NOA Approved 5/31/2018
Hearing Examiner Clerk Staff Report/Acceptance Letter Approval Step Not Required (Deleted) 12/27/2018
SDAP Processing - SDAP Processing by Hearing Examiner Clerk Approved 1/15/2019
Receive signed pre-construction documents Approved 2/19/2019
Building Code Plan Review Approval Step Not Required (Deleted) 6/4/2018
Survey Review Approved 6/8/2018
Planning/Zoning Compliance Review Approved 12/13/2018
Environmental Review Approved 12/13/2018
State Environmental Policy Act (SEPA) Approved 12/13/2018
Public Works Stormwater Approval Step Not Required (Deleted) 6/6/2018
Solid Waste Review Approved 11/28/2018
Stormwater Review Approved 12/27/2018
Traffic/Roads Review Approved 11/28/2018
Fire Marshal Review Approved 10/23/2018
Addressing, Verification/Assignment Approved 12/27/2018
Road Name Approval letter sent Approved 12/27/2018
Description sign erected or receipt received Approved 12/27/2018
Health District Approval Approved 6/27/2018
Public Works Sewer Division Approved per Public Works 12/26/2018
Review for compliance with non-motorized access requirements Approved 11/28/2018
Traffic review by Public Works Approved 10/30/2018
PW - ROW Review Approved 12/12/2018
Reviewing Information Request Letter Approved 12/27/2018
Acceptance Letter Approved 12/27/2018

Start Complete Applicant Response
5/17/2018 8/16/2018 10/11/2018
10/11/2018 12/18/2018 12/21/2018
12/21/2018 12/27/2018 12/27/2018

Fixture Quantity Per Unit Value
Total: $0.00


Valuations and fees will be validated during the review process.

Valuation Quantity Rate Value
Total: $0.00


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

Fee Amount
Reviewer Hours $6,955.00
Application Fee Deposit $5,127.40
Development Engineering Inspection Hours $5,915.00
Permit Center Base Fee $90.00
Technology Fee $62.40
HD-1011 OSS SDAP $130.00
Capacity Reservation/Concurrency Certificate without Building Permit $200.00
Application Fee Refund/Invoice -$5,127.40
Total : $13,352.40

Type Number Amount Issued Expires Completed
Erosion Control Surety 023208701 $189,300.00 2/15/2019 2/15/2022
Liability Insurance Certificate 2075774621 $0.00 1/1/2019 1/1/2020
Liability Insurance Certificate 2075774604 $0.00 1/1/2019 1/1/2020
Liability Insurance Certificate 2075774618 $0.00 1/1/2019 1/1/2020


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
Level 2 4/29/2020
Level 2
In house preconstruction meeting 2/26/2019
Clearing Limits Flag 3/14/2019
DE -Temporary Silt & Erosion Control Inspection; initial inspection 3/14/2019
DE -Temporary Silt & Erosion Control Inspection; recurring inspection
Storm Structures and Pipe Alignment
Outlet Control Structure "inspect before installation" 3/11/2020
PW Sewer Inspection
Inspection of secondary storm drainage system
After rough grading is complete
Gravel Base
Fine Grading Prior to Paving
Crushed Surfacing Top Course
Asphalt Paving
Sidewalk form inspection prior to pour. 9/9/2020
Sidewalks - Safety Items
Soil Management
Landscape Inspection
Right-of-Way Construction
Public Works Stormwater Final Field Inspection (Public System Only)
As-Built inspection for project closeout
Final Field Inspection
Follow up on a complaint 4/4/2019
Sidewalk form inspection prior to pour. 9/11/2020
Sidewalk form inspection prior to pour. 10/12/2020
Sidewalk form inspection prior to pour.

Structure Use Occupancy Type Square Footage
Cottages on the Ridge - Residential Development of 103 Dwelling Units Residential - Commercial


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.

Prior to scheduling the preconstruction meeting, the owner shall provide a written request to rescind the approved Ridgetop Homes preliminary plat 14-03456.
It is the responsibility of the applicant to print and bring to the pre-construction meeting two copies of the Accepted Plans. Accepted Plans shall be full-size plans, printed on minimum 22” x 34”, and shall be to scale. If the printed Accepted Plans are not brought to the pre-construction meeting, the Site Development Activity Permit cannot be issued. One copy of the printed plans will remain on file at the Department of Community Development, and one copy is required to be onsite throughout the construction period. Failure to have the Accepted Plans onsite may result in requested inspections not being approved.
Submittal of two blackline copies of as-built plans, and a reproducible mylar or scalable electronic PDF (once as-built copies have been approved). All sheets containing road and drainage plans, profiles and associated details shall be included in the as-built set. It is not necessary to include grading and erosion control plans. The as-built plan set shall be stamped "RECORD DRAWING" and shall be signed and stamped by a professional engineer or land surveyor.
Completion, to the satisfaction of Development Services and Engineering, of all work indicated on the plans.
The engineer shall provide certification to Kitsap County that the drainage conveyance pipes and structures were installed in compliance with the accepted plans.
Verification by the Project Engineer that all construction has been accomplished in compliance with the recommendations of the geotechnical report dated (MM DD, YYYY), and any updates thereto.
The initial permit fee for all SDAPs applies to review and processing through permit approval. All review, inspection and processing after the date of the approval letter will be charged at the DCD hourly rate. All fees must be paid prior to final inspection.
Provide documentation of concurrence from the Geotechnical Engineer that the project as constructed meets their recommendations.
Submittal, by the Project Engineer, of the Operation and Maintenance Manual for privately maintained and/or non-standard stormwater facilities.
Submittal of an Onsite Stormwater Maintenance Covenant is required for private storm drainage facilities, which gives Kitsap County the right to inspect the facilities and guarantees the county that the facilities will be properly maintained (enclosed). This covenant must be recorded prior to scheduling the final inspection.
Certification, by the Project Engineer, that all pond side slopes are 2H: 1V or flatter for fenced ponds, and 3H: 1V or flatter for unfenced ponds.
Work within the county right-of-way requires a permit to perform work in the right-of-way from the Kitsap County Department of Public Works.
The engineer shall provide certification to Kitsap County that the soils under all pollution generating pervious surfaces have been amended.
Permanent stabilization of the project site.
Certification, by the Project Engineer, of the as-built live and dead storage volumes.
This project includes the construction of rock walls or other retaining facilities that either exceed four feet in height or sustain a surcharge. A separate building permit with an engineered design is required for such walls. This note shall be placed on the face of the final construction drawings.
Sewered building clearances will be required prior to building permit issuance.
ACCESS/WATER A 20 foot unobstructed access road is required for dwellings here and after constructed on lots created by this land division. IFC 503 Amended by Kitsap County Code Fire apparatus access roads are required and must be maintained. Any proposed revision to these roads must be submitted to, reviewed and approved by the Kitsap County Fire Marshal's Office. IFC 503 Amended by Kitsap County. Access roads shall comply with the following: 1. Unobstructed width of 20 feet and height of 13 feet 6 inches. 2. Shall be designed and maintained to support a 60,000 pound fire apparatus and be provided with an all weather driving surface. 3. Dead end access roads exceeding 150 feet in length shall be provided with an approved turnaround. 4. Inside turning radius shall be a minimum of 25 feet (residential) 35 feet (commercial). 5. Access roads shall extend to within 150 feet of all portions of the exterior walls of the first story of the structure as measured by an approved route around the exterior of the structure or facility. 6. Road shall not be more than 12% grade. Fire flow in the amount of 1500 gpm @ 20 psi for a minimum of is required for the project. This is based on the proposed building of square feet and constructed of Type construction. A reduction in required fire flow of up to 75% as approved for commercial buildings is allowed when the building is provided with an approved automatic fire sprinkler system. The resulting fire flow shall not be less than 1500 gpm. Any changes to the structure will require a recalculation of fire flow. IFC 507.3 Amended by Kitsap County The minimum fire flow requirements for one and two family dwellings in subdivisions shall be 500 gallons per minute for thirty (30) minutes. One and two family dwellings 5000 square feet or greater are also required to provide water for fire protection in the amount of 500 gallons per minute. However, they may use fire protection credits as listed in Table B103.3 to meet fire flow requirements, provided the total fire protection credits equal to or exceed 500 gallons per minute. EXCEPTIONS: 1) In areas where full fire flow is impractical, a residential sprinkler system may be substituted. 2) Permits for single family dwellings, manufactured, mobile, and modular dwellings on an existing lot less than 5000 square feet. IFC Appendix B Amended by Kitsap County Water line size and location and the location of fire hydrants must be shown on SDAP plans. A letter of water availability indicating available fire flow from the water purveyor is required to be submitted to the Kitsap County Fire Marshal's office prior to the approval of any building permits.
Hydrants are required and should be placed no more than 600 feet apart. A 3-foot clear space shall be maintained around the circumference of fire hydrants. IFC 507.5.5 Where fire hydrants are subject to impact by a motor vehicle, guard posts or other approved means shall comply with Section 312. IFC 507.5.6 Please add the following note to the face of the plat: "Automatic fire sprinklers, as approved by the Kitsap County Fire Marshal, shall be installed throughout homes here and after constructed on lots created by this land division". Piping for the underground portion of the fire sprinkler has not been reviewed and is not approved on this application. A separate fire code permit shall be submitted. Automatic fire sprinklers will be required for this project due to lack of required fire flow. A fire alarm shall be installed to monitor the fire sprinkler system. When required by the Fire Code Official, fire department access roads shall be posted with approved signs or marked as follows: All curbs shall be painted red on the sides and top, and shall be labeled with 4-inch high white lettering at 25-foot intervals with the words “NO PARKING TOW AWAY ZONE IFC 503.3 Where a bridge or elevated surface is part of a fire apparatus access road, the bridge shall be constructed and maintained in accordance with AASHTO HB-17. Bridges and elevated surfaces shall be designed for a live load sufficient to carry the imposed loads of fire apparatus. Vehicle load limits shall be posted at both entrances to bridges when required by the fire code official. Where elevated surfaces designed for emergency vehicle use are adjacent to surfaces which are not designed for such use, approved barriers, approved signs or both shall be installed and maintained when required by the fire code official. Fences and gates require co-approval by the Fire Code Official and the local Fire District. If approved, each fence or gate shall provide a clear width of 20 feet when open. Gates may be chained and locked only if they are equipped with a Rapid Access padlock. Electric gates shall be provided with a Rapid Access key-operated/Opticon switch. Authorization/purchase forms may be obtained from the local Fire District. All gates that cross access roadways shall be signed “NO PARKING TOW AWAY ZONE”. A rapid access secured key box (Knox box) will be required for buildings with a fire alarm, fire sprinkler or other fire protection system because immediate access is necessary for lifesaving and firefighting purposes. The owner or occupant will be required to provide keys to gain access to all portions of the building, including sprinkler system control valves and fire alarm panels. The key box should be located adjacent to the main entrance or as approved by the Fire Code Official. An application for a key box must be obtained from the local Fire District. Multiple key boxes may be required for large structures or facilities, depending on operational considerations. The Fire District shall identify the required model for the applicable structure.
A minimum of two access points, separated by no less than half the diagonal of the property or area served, shall be required for developments that will generate more than 1,000 ADT or contain more than 100 homes, unless other mitigating measures are approved by the County Fire Marshal.
All units will require a 13D fire sprinkler system to mitigate the lack of two remote access points. This was accepted by FM Dave Lynam.
Prior to completion of this permit with the Department of Community Development, the Applicant shall apply for and satisfy all conditions of a Right-of-Way Permit through the Department of Public Works for any and all work performed in the county Right-of-Way associated with this project. Apart from the Site Development Activity Permit (SDAP), the Right of Way permit may require extra work to comply with current Washington State Department of Transportation or Kitsap County Road Standards. You may contact Kitsap County Public Works, Right-of-Way Division at (360) 337-5777 to obtain a Right-of-Way permit.
PW ROW permit is required prior to any work taking place within the County Right of Way. Once ROW permit is issued, prior to work starting notice must be given to both Gunnar Fridriksson at and ROW Permits at Any changes made to these plans within the ROW must be approved by the PW ROW Construction Manager.
The Applicant shall obtain the services of a certified, independent testing laboratory. The Applicant will be required to submit certified test results of all materials incorporated into the County Right-of-Way prior to final acceptance by the County. All testing shall be accomplished in accordance with Division 9 of the current WSDOT/APWA Standard Specifications for Road, Bridge and Municipal Construction. Testing will include sieve analysis, proctor, and density tests for each layer of compacted material. All test results shall be emailed weekly to
On the as-builts show the sidewalk connection on Timber Shadow Court to Ridgetop Boulevard based on Public Works programed phase-2 improvements.
Sanitary sewer pump station construction shall not proceed prior to KCPW Sewer Utility Division approving the Pump Station submittal package by others.

Required Permits
Type Requirement For Number Status
Right of Way Permit Close
Timber Harvest - Major Close 19-00537 ReadyToIssue
Basic - Using an Approved Basic Single Family Residence Plan No 19-02319 Finaled
Basic - Using an Approved Basic Single Family Residence Plan No 19-02336 Issued
Basic - Using an Approved Basic Single Family Residence Plan No 19-02337 Issued
Basic - Using an Approved Basic Single Family Residence Plan No 19-02320 Finaled