Your project may be subject to Design Review pursuant to Pierce County Code Title 18J, Development Regulations-Design Standards and Guidelines. If your proposal is subject to Design Review but does not meet one or more of the applicable design standards, Site Plan Review is required. To find out if your property is located within a community plan area, visit our About My Property page.
A form completed by an applicant that provides an overview of the project.
For a Site Plan Review to be granted by the Hearing Examiner, your proposal must meet the criteria listed in 18J.10.050 B.3.
Draw site plan to scale, not less than 1-inch=100-feet, show all property corners, existing and proposed structures, adjacent roads, all storage tank locations, all easements, utility locations and north arrow. The site plan may incorporate the erosion, pollution, and stormwater control requirements of a site development permit. This combined plan is sometimes referred to as an abbreviated plan or stormwater site plan.
Your project may be subject to the landscape standards of the Development Regulations - Design Standards and Guidelines, Pierce County Code (PCC) Title 18J. See PCC 18J.10 for specifics on what to include in the plan and who can prepare the documents.
Provide building elevations for all sides of the building subject to Architectural Design Standards of Pierce County Code (PCC) Title 18J refer to 18J.10.55 A.4.
Tree Conservation Plan & Tree Inventory
Your project may be subject to the tree conservation standards of the Development Regulations - Design Standards and Guidelines, Pierce County Code (PCC) Title 18J. See PCC 18J.10 for specifics on what to include in the plan who can prepare the documents.