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CITY OF SEATTLE STANDARD SPECIFICATION AND PLAN UPDATE

The newest version of the City of Seattle Standard Plans and Specifications (2011 Edition) is now available. As of June 1, 2011 all new applications for Street Improvement Permits will need to follow the 2011 City of Seattle Standard Plans and Specifications.



DPD Construction Permit Intake Update:
In order to better align the DPD Construction Permit process with the SDOT SIP process, DPD will not allow Construction permit intake until SDOT has approved a 60% Complete SIP plan.




STREET IMPROVEMENT PERMIT (SIP) RESOURCES

Right-of-Way Improvements Manual

The Seattle Right-of-Way Improvements Manual is intended to help property owners, developers, architects and engineers plan for and design street and alley improvements associated with development projects.


SIP Client Assistance Memos (CAMs)

Client Assistance Memos provide user-friendly guidance on matters pertaining to Street Improvement Permits.

CAM 2102 Certificate of Public Liability Property Damage Insurance Last Revised 3/24/2010; effective 4/5/2010.

CAM 2200 Street Improvement Permitting Process; effective date of 7/30/2010; last revised 7/27/2010

CAM 2201 90% Complete Street Improvement Plan (SIP) Requirements; effective 12/1/2009; last revised 3/26/10

CAM 2203 Dedication Requirements for Construction in Public Rights-of-Way

CAM 2204 Driveways and Curb Cuts

CAM 2205 Interpreting Pavement Opening and Restoration

CAM 2206 Interdepartmental Permit Coordination for New Construction Projects; last revised 7/17/09

CAM 2207 Skybridge Petition Checklist

CAM 2208 Sidewalk Repair

CAM 2209 Permitting Requirements for Street Improvements;  last revised 7/17/09

CAM 2211 Street Improvement Permitting (SIP) Design Guidance; effective 12/1/09; last revised 11/16/09

CAM 2212 Base Map and Survey Requirements for Street Improvement Plans (SIP); Last Revised 3/24/2010; effective 4/5/2010.

CAM 2213: 60% Complete Street Improvement Plan (SIP) Approval; effective 6/8/09; last revised 7/17/09

CAM 2214: 90% Street Improvement Plan (SIP) Intake Appointment and 90% Complete SIP Acceptance Processes; effective 7/27/09; last revised 7/17/09

CAM 2215: Permeable Pavement in the Right of Way; effective 12/1/09; last revised 11/23/09

CAM 2216:  SDOT Street Improvement Permitting (SIP) Pre-Construction Process.  Last Revised 3/24/2010; effective 4/5/2010.

CAM 2217: SDOT Street Improvement Permitting (SIP) Inspections. effective date:  6/7/2010; last revised 6/2/2010.


SIP Plan Preparation

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Stormwater Code Update

On November 30, 2009 the City of Seattle revised Stormwater Code (SMC 22.800 – 22.808) went into effect. Information regarding the revised Stormwater Code can be found here.

If your project vested after November 30, 2009 your project must meet the requirements in the new code.

If your project must meet the requirements of the new code, the following documents will be required during the Street Improvement Permitting review process:


SDOT Street Improvement Permit (SIP): Request an Inspection.

To request a SIP Inspection, please fill out this form.  Note:  Do not use this system to request Street Use Permit Inspections.

Note: All fields are required.

General Contractor's Name:
General Contractor’s Email:
General Contractor’s Phone:
SIP Permit #:
Project Address:
Type of Inspection Requested:
Date and Time of Desired Inspection:

Special Instructions:


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