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Please apply for your permit at least 4 weeks in advance.
1. Is this permit for a Business or Residence? *This question is required.
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OPERATIONAL and CONSTRUCTION PERMITS: Pierce County Code 17C.60 Permit Fees: A Fee as specified in Table 17C.60-1 shall be charged for each requires permit. Listed below are the most frequently requested permits. For a complete list of permits refer to Pierce County Code 17C.60.085.
23. Do you have an additional tank? *This question is required.

SITE PLAN: Show building footprints, easements, property lines, setbacks, access roads, fire hydrants, dimensions, storage areas, use or activity for various areas, parking areas, etc. 1 electronic set or 2 paper sets required.

FLOOR PLAN: Show building footprint, room divisions, area uses, dimensions in feet, storage placement, aisle ways, exits, placement of furniture and fixtures and spacing dimensions, locations of fire extinguishers, etc. 1 electronic set or 2 paper sets required.

START/END DATE (if applicable, include start/end time)




24. Is the tank aboveground or underground? *This question is required.

Note: This submittal must be accompanied by sufficient information for a plan review to determine compliance with the International Fire Code. This will allow corrections to be made during the planning phase prior to the start of the activity or project. Such information may include site plans, floor plans, manufacturers’ information, type and quantity of hazardous materials, etc. Incomplete or inadequate information may delay the permit processing. Some flammable liquid permits may require a SEPA (environmental) review and/or a Health Department permit.
24. Upload Submittal Documents:
25. Have you submitted an Applicant Attestation Form along with it's required documents to *This question is required.

Beginning on Oct. 1, applicants must confirm that they have the legal authority to submit an application for a proposed project. An Applicant Attestation form will be included in the list of required submittals.

This requirement comes from recent changes to Pierce County Code Title 18.40.20.C and ensures any permitted projects are authorized by the property owner. Includes agents and permitting specialists.

Appropriate documentation, which includes written consent from the property owner, must also be provided if the applicant is an agent. This could be a retained contractor, engineering firm, manager of an LLC, retained attorney, or other permitting specialist who is acting on behalf of the property owner or one of the other persons listed below.

Documentation required with application submittal:

  • Part owner (e.g., tenant, member of an LLC, holder of a life estate)
     Documentation showing legal authority to develop the property or written consent from the other owners.
  • Easement holder
     A copy of the recorded easement or provide the recording number. The easement must show that the easement holder has a right to develop the land under the terms of the easement.
  • Tenant
     A copy of the lease and written consent from the property owner.
  • Interested buyer
     A copy of the purchase and sale agreement and written consent from the property owner.

The Applicant Attestation form can be filled out online. A PDF of the completed form will be emailed to the applicant. That completed PDF and the supporting documents should then be sent to Please include the related address or parcel number to your project in the email when sending these documents.

26. Electronic Signature: *This question is required.
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