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Planning and Development Services provides answers to inquires about properties located in unincorporated Snohomish County. If your property is located within the jurisdiction of a city, please contact that city's planning department for planning and development information.
PDS offers a variety of self-help resources to conduct property research, find maps, understand our processes and policies, and acquire public records. See the links below for more information:
To submit a request, fill out the form below and provide either an address or parcel number of the property in question so that we may conduct preliminary property research. One request with all of your questions is preferred as opposed to separate ones. Please allow two to three business days for us to respond to your request.
By submitting an inquiry I acknowledge having read the Disclaimer below and agree that Snohomish County (including all officers, directors, agents and employees), shall not be liable for any error or omission in responses provided and that the information provided should not be relied upon for purposes of making any property specific land use determination.
“Ask Permit Tech” is provided as a public service and is intended for general public information purposes only. Submission of an inquiry does not constitute a land use application and any response issued is for information purposes only and does not constitute a land use decision binding upon Snohomish County or otherwise creating any vested right to proceed with a particular use or development of property in reliance upon such response. Due to the limited nature of the information provided, the preliminary nature of the review performed and the potential for error in understanding the inquiry and/or information provided, Snohomish County expressly disclaims any liability for errors or omissions in responses issued. The responses provided cannot address or review individual site characteristics such as lot size, compliance of existing structures with applicable zoning or building codes, or presence of critical areas or other site conditions which may limit use or development. To obtain a binding site specific determination regarding use or development of property a formal land use permit application must be filed with Snohomish County. Snohomish County expressly disclaims all right or intent that information provided hereunder be relied upon by an applicant in making any property specific land use determination
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