Gov. Jay Inslee announced all construction, including new work, is now allowed.
All construction, including those activities for which social distancing may not be maintained and the start of new construction projects, is authorized to resume. Job site requirements include maintaining at least six feet of distance between workers at job sites whenever possible.
All projects require a completed Affidavit of Safety Compliance (COVID-19) to have on file prior to any requests for inspection.
Social distancing of no less than 6 feet from the inspector is compulsory at all times for any inspections conducted in person (please see Social Distancing Tips for more information).
For questions, contact Building Services at (425) 806-6400.
The City has seen unexpected revenue loss due to COVID-19 and in order to assist with the budget deficit, the City has imposed furloughs and layoffs on employees. A decision was made that City employees will be furloughed 10%, effective June 1, 2020 and ending on December 31, 2020. Generally, a furlough day will occur every other Friday beginning on June 12, 2020 and City facilities such as City Hall and the Bothell Operations Center will be closed.
In addition to the furlough days described above, inspection services will not be available on the following observed Holidays. Inspection services will resume on the next business day following the observed furlough or holiday.
| New Year's Day
|| First day of January
| Martin Luther King Day
|| Third Monday in January
| President's Day
|| Third Monday in February
| Memorial Day
|| Last Monday in May
| Independence Day
|| July 4
| Labor Day
|| First Monday in September
| Veteran's Day
|| November 11
| Thanksgiving Day
|| Fourth Thursday in November
| Day after Thanksgiving
|| Fourth Friday in November
| Christmas Day
|| December 25
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This form addresses the processes for requesting inspections, the processes for being ready for inspections through the Building Division and Fire Prevention, and the fees associated with inspections are not ready.
The checklists include some of the items commonly written up during the inspection process. These are only general lists and do not represent the full body of the applicable codes.
Electrical permits and inspections are issued through the State of Washington, Department of Labor and Industries.
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