Many DPD documents are available online, including:
- Client Assistance Memos (CAMs)
- Director’s Rules
- Design Review Guidelines
- Guidelines for Multifamily and Commercial Buildings
- Guidelines for Downtown Development
- Neighborhood-Specific Design Guidelines
- dpdINFO (monthly DPD newsletter)
- Landlord-Tenant information
- Zoning Charts (see Land Use Code Zoning Classifications)
- Commercial Zones
- Industrial Zones
- Multifamily Residential Zones
- Single Family Residential Zones
Paper versions of DPD publications and codes are available for a small fee (to cover printing costs and sales tax) plus postage, if applicable. Payment may now be made by Visa and MasterCard. To obtain paper versions of DPD publications, call or visit the Public Resource Center. You may also mail your request, along with a check payable to the "City of Seattle," to the following address:
DPD Public Resource Center
700 Fifth Ave, Suite 2000
P.O. Box 34019
Seattle, WA 98124-4019
DPD also provides subscription services to keep you up-to-date on construction and land use activities and issues:
- The Land Use Information Bulletin (formerly known as the GMR) provides twice-weekly notice of land use applications, decisions, and other land use actions. The electronic version is available free of charge on our website – to receive a twice-weekly email alert when it is posted sign up, subscribe online today. Or, to sign up for a mailed subscription ($65 annually), contact Betty Galarosa or visit our Public Resource Center.
- Our free monthly newsletter, dpdINFO, is produced by our Community Relations Unit to keep you on the cutting edge of Seattle planning, design, construction, and land use issues and legislation in process. To sign up for a subscription by mail, fill out our printable order form and send it in. Or if you'd like to read dpdINFO online and receive a monthly email reminder when it's posted, subscribe online.
- Many individual City Planning projects have mailing lists to keep the public informed of the progress of the project. If there is a mailing list, please sign up through the specific project site.
May 7, 2012