As part of an interdepartmental effort to coordinate permit activities, other City departments also have authored CAMs, to which we provide access below. Please note each department uses a distinctive numbering and color system to help customers differentiate amongst them.
View individual categories:
- 100 Series: General Information
- 200 Series: Land Use Code-Related Information
- 300 Series: Building Code-Related Information
- 400 Series: Energy and Mechanical Code-Related Information
- 500 Series: Grading, Side Sewer and Drainage Information
- 600 Series: Housing and Zoning Information
- 700 Series: Green Building
DPD also offers CAM 604A, Seattle Laws Regarding Building Maintenance and Repair, plus the summary of Seattle and Washington state landlord/tenant laws, and the apartment repair checklist in nine languages on our Landlord-Tenant Information page.
Seattle Public Utilities
- CAM 1101 - Drainage and Wastewater: Regulation of Development
- CAM 1102 - Sewer Submeter Program
- CAM 1180 - Design Guidelines for Public Storm Drain Facilities
- CAM 1201 - Water Availability Certificate
- CAM 1202 - Water Service Application
- CAM 1301 - Solid Waste: Information for Developers
- CAM 1302 - Building Material Salvage and Recycling
- CAM 1401 - SPU Survey Requirements
- CAM 1402 - What are Survey Monuments?
Seattle Department of Transportation
The Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) has multiple CAMs focusing on Street Use, including:
Seattle Department of Neighborhoods
- CAM 3000 - Historic Preservation and SEPA Review
Seattle Mayor's Office of Arts & Cultural Affairs
Printed versions of CAMs are available from the DPD Public Resource Center, located on the 20th floor of Seattle Municipal Tower at 700 Fifth Avenue, (206) 684-8467.
LEGAL DISCLAIMER: CAMs should not be used as substitutes for codes and regulations. As an applicant, you are responsible for compliance with all code and rule requirements, whether or not they are described in a CAM.