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Plan Review and Construction Inspection Services

FMOInspectionFire Prevention Fee and Service Changes as of January 1, 2017

Fire prevention fees for construction inspections and plan review services are increasing in 2017. The fee increases are intended to more closely align fee levels with current service costs, and include an additional 7% increase to partially offset the cost of replacing aging technology systems in the Fire Marshal’s Office over the next five to six years.

Preview Plan Review and Construction Inspection changes.


The purpose of Seattle Fire Department's plan review and inspection services is to ensure that buildings under construction and those being remodeled in the City of Seattle are in accordance with the Seattle Fire Code and will protect occupants in an emergency.

For detailed information on the Plan Review and Construction Inspection process, follow the links displayed to the right.

To schedule an inspection:

To cancel a regular or overtime inspection:

  • Send email with inspection date, time, location and type to: SFD_FMO_OT_Inspections@seattle.gov with "Cancel Inspection" in the subject line.
  • Regular inspections must be cancelled at least 24 hours in advance to avoid fees.
  • Overtime inspections must be cancelled by 9 a.m. on the business day prior to thee inspection to avoid fees.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Last Modified:   December 21, 2016

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