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SDCI Closures, Service Updates, and Inspection Requirements

SDCI customer service areas remain closed until further notice and continue offering services online. King County has approval from the State Department of Health to allow all private construction activities that are low-risk and adhere to strict COVID 19 Job site Requirements. The City of Seattle has issued requirements for construction projects seeking inspections. The City WILL NOT INSPECT any site that does not follow these requirements.

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Summary: This Tip provides general information about our Master Use Permit revision process. You can make revisions to issued and unexpired MUPs. Making revisions will not extend the life of your original MUP. See Seattle Municipal Code (SMC) 23.76.032 and Tip 224A, Master Use Permit (MUP) Renewals and Shoreline Substantial Development Permit Extensions, or information about MUP expiration, renewals, and shoreline extensions. If your changes exceed the scope and authority of your original MUP, you will need to submit a new MUP application. Revisions to shoreline permits are subject to different rules, a required by City and State regulations.

Date Revised: 10/07/2019

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