WHIDBEY ISLAND - MAIN OFFICE:
Monday - Friday
8:00 am -
CAMANO ISLAND ANNEX:
8:00 am -
1:00 pm -
Plan for at least 60 minutes in the office when turning in an application.
All documents on this web site may be printed, filled-out, and submitted.
A property owner may authorize an agent to submit applications and obtain permits
on their behalf by first filling out an
APPLICANT AUTHORIZATION FORM.
WHEN DO I NEED A BUILDING PERMIT?
Frequently Asked Questions
Online inspections: Click herePhone in your inspection: (360) 679-7307 -
Whidbey Island(360) 387-3443 Ext. 8201 or (360) 678-8201 -
NEW - Building Permit Web App
A new web app has been added to show where the open building permits are located in Island County. Click here to view this permit activity.
(Once the permit is closed it will fall off the map).
Master Building Permit Application
(Required with all forms below)
Demolition - includes Master Application
Detached Residential Accessory Structures <3000sqft
Manufactured Home Application
Non-Residential & Multi-Family Residential
One & Two Family Dwelling Structures & Attached Accessory Structures
Residential Energy Code Worksheet - required for heated space
Plumbing and mechanical only
Private Road Name Petition
Shoreline, Bulkhead & Docks
Site Address Application
does not require a master application
Temporary Operational Permit
Fire Code Permit - may be required with Temporary Operational Permit
Tenant Improvement or Change of Use
Universal Plot Plan Checklist
Plot Plan - Example
If your project is within a Noise Zone you will be required to meet the following additional requirements:
AICUZ Noise Zone 2
AICUZ Noise Zone 3
This PLAN REVIEW KEY has been developed and is being used by Island County Planning & Community Development effective July 1, 2013, in an effort to standardize common corrections and speed review of your application. If you have any questions please contact the Plans Examiner who completed your review. We are also interested in any comments you have to improve this Legend.
Air Installations Compatible Use Zones (AICUZ)
The following information is provided to assist home owners with the transition to new FIRM maps that went into effect March of 2017.
For additional flood insurance information you can visit:
Deborah GauthierSr. Regional Insurance LiaisonFEMA Region 10 / Mitigationdeborah.email@example.com
LOMA Out As Shown - Use this for FEMA to make a determination whether a
structure is in the Special Flood Hazard Area, based on the new mapsGrandfathering Fact SheetFEMA Policies for Newly Mapped Structures
EBEY'S DESIGN GUIDELINES
PUBLIC PORTAL for Island County Permit Info
Estimate of Building FEES