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King County Pemits will provide limited inspections only during the following dates due to staff training: February 26 – March 1 and March 25 – March 27
Permits office closure
The King County Permits office will be closed—with no in-person customer service hours—on Monday, March 11.
King County Permits provides land use, building, and fire regulatory and operating permits, code enforcement services, and a limited number of business licenses to the unincorporated areas of King County.
Keep final plans and permits displayed on-site
Approved building, fire and land use permits must be displayed prominently on construction and development sites.
Maintaining these records on-site is the responsibility of the applicant and/or contractor.