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Development and Permit Services
Development and Permit Services is a section of Planning and Community Development, which includes the Planning, Engineering and Building Departments. These departments work together to review and process land use and building permit applications to ensure conformance with City codes, goals, policies, and regulations.
The development review process (i.e. commercial, industrial and multi-family developments, short plats, plats) consists of a 120-day review period. Smaller projects such as new single-family homes, single-family additions and remodels, and tenant improvements take less time. Click here to learn more about the project review and permitting process.
The City recommends applicants take advantage of our free pre-application meeting process to gain preliminary feedback of conceptual project designs prior to an official submittal. City staff from multiple departments will attend the meeting to address any potential issues and assist applicants in preparing all the necessary documents for submittal.
For a specific question regarding land development or the building permit application process, or to schedule a pre-application meeting, please call 425-263-8050 and ask to speak to the on-call Planner. You may also stop by City Hall at 11930 Cyrus Way to speak to a Planner. Our hours are: Mon.-Thurs. 7:30 am to 5:00 pm and Fri. 7:30 am to 4:30 pm.
Need an Inspection?
Please call 425-263-8075 to schedule an appointment for an inspection, or email email@example.com.
Please click on the link below to access land use and building permit application forms, submittal checklists, brochures and other resource materials for specific types of projects.
Zoning regulations are found in Title 17 of the Mukilteo Municipal Code. In Title 17 the Permitted Use Matrix (MMC 17.16.040) establishes which land uses are allowed in each zoning district. The Bulk Matrix (MMC 17.20.020) establishes regulations for structures, such as required setbacks and maximum building heights.
Application Forms, Brochures, and Resource Materials
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