Requesting An Inspection for Your Project

Inspections can now be scheduled online!  Requests for an inspection of your permitted project should be made a minimum of 24 hours prior to the date needed.  Many projects will need inspections from multiple departments including, Building, Planning, Engineering and Fire.

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Inspections are performed Monday through Friday unless otherwise stated on the inspection request line.

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You can schedule inspections online or by calling one or more of the following divisions as appropriate.

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For FINAL project inspections, Engineering inspections (when required by permit) must be scheduled in advance of calling for your Building final inspection.

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Requests for FINAL Engineering inspections require 48 hours notice.

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Inspections are typically performed between the hours of 8am-4pm. When requesting your inspection, please note your preference for AM or PM.

 


 

Building Inspection Hotline

(425) 771-0220 ext. 1333

Engineering Inspection Hotline

(425) 771-0220 ext. 1326

Fire Department Inspections

(425) 775-7720

Planning Division Inspections

(425) 771-0220 ext. 1335 or via This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


 

Please visit Online Permits to review the status of your project and to see a list of inspections that have been completed, as well as other inspections that may be required.


REMINDERS:

  • Approved plans and inspection card shall be on site and available to the inspector at all times.
  • Utility installations shall not be backfilled until approved by the inspector.
  • Concrete pours shall not commence until forms have been approved by the inspector.
  • Temporary erosion and sedimentation control is the responsibility of the contractor/owner and shall be maintained throughout the project.
  • Traffic control shall be provided to MUTCD standards and per approved plans.


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