Community Development, MS-36  
614 Division St, Port Orchard, WA 98366
Phone:(360) 337-5777 * Fax:(360) 337-4925
Hours 8AM - 4PM (M-TH), 9AM - 1PM (F)
 
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Development Engineering Division
Members of the Development Engineering Division conduct plan reviews, issue site development activity permits (SDAPs), inspect active SDAP sites, and review preliminary land use applications for compliance with adopted engineering codes (Titles 11, 12, 16, 18 and 20 of the Kitsap County Code).
Ordinance 540-2016 (adopting Title 12 Stormwater Code)
2017 Kitsap County Code Title 12 Stormwater Drainage
2017 Kitsap County Stormwater Design Manual
Figures from Vol II, Kitsap County Stormwater Design Manual
For new Site Development Activity Permits (without prior vesting) Click here for Site Development Activity Permit application forms and submittal documents.
 
2010 Title 12 Stormwater Code
2010 Kitsap County Stormwater Design Manual
If your project has an approved Land Use (that is vested to the 2010 Stormwater Code) Click here for the Site Development Activity Permit application forms and submittal documents.
 
Are you vested under the 1997 Kitsap County Stormwater Design Manual?  Check out the 1997 Kitsap County Stormwater Design Manual Information Site!
 

 
Single Family Residential Projects
 
Interested in building a home in Kitsap County?  One aspect commonly overlooked is the application of stormwater regulations to residential construction.  Most projects will need to provide onsite stormwater management and a construction stormwater pollution prevention plan.  If your project exceeds 2000 square feet of new and/or impervious surface, onsite stormwater management is required.  If your project disturbs more than 7000 square feet of land (through leveling, grading or construction activities) then you will need to provide a soil management plan as well.  Some residential projects require an engineered drainage plan.  Typically these projects are located on shorelines, near steep slopes or have other critical drainage problems.  These types of sites require application of a Site Development Activity Permit (SDAP).  A Site Development Activity Permit will be required if your project meets certain thresholds (see Brochure #57).  All projects are required to fill out a road approach application, even if one exists on the property.
 
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Need more information?  Click to get answers to these commonly asked question!
Am I in a Critical Drainage Area? (see Chapter 10)
What is a construction stormwater pollution prevention plan (SWPPP)? - Brochure #53
What is a soil management plan? - Brochure #54
 

 
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To contact a reviewer regarding an active permit, call (360) 337-5777.
 
Last Updated:  February 10, 2017
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