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BLD22834 Residential Single Family Residence
Address:
6450 NE Adas Will Ln
Bainbridge Island,  WA  98110
Parcel #: 65040000050003
Status: Permit has been issued to applicant.
Submitted: 12/7/2017
Approved: 8/31/2018
Issued: 9/11/2018
Closed:
Expires: 12/5/2018
Inspections:
Required: 30
Complete: 0
Total Fees:
$10,24486
Additional fees may be required
Project: Building a new 2,722 sq. ft., 2 story SFR with a 451 sq. ft. attached garage and 300 sq. ft of decks/patios.

Public Notice

Contacts
OWNER: ROUSER JEFFREY & MEISHA
APPLICANT: ROUSER JEFFREY & MEISHA

Contractors
GENERAL:
FAIRBANK CONSTRUCTION CO INC
License #: FAIRBCC183C2

Details

Parcels
Parcel Owner Address
65040000050003 ROUSER JEFFREY & MEISHA 6450 NE Adas Will Ln
Bainbridge Island,  WA 98110

Submittals
If any submittal item(s) listed below is noted as "required", you will not be able to issue your permit. Please upload the required submittal item before proceeding.
Submittal Required Received Accepted
No net loss report - Ecological Functions and Processes No 5/25/2018 n/a
Geotechnical Report No 5/25/2018 n/a
Road Approach Application Yes
Electronic Documents Yes 12/7/2017 n/a
Project application Yes 12/7/2017 n/a
Address request/verification application Yes 12/7/2017 n/a
Site Plan Yes 12/7/2017 n/a
Kitsap Public Health District Documentation Yes 12/7/2017 n/a
Residential Onsite Stormwater Management & Pollution Prevention Plans Worksheet Yes 12/7/2017 n/a
Completed Energy Code Worksheet Yes 12/7/2017 n/a
Plans - 2 sets of building plans Yes 12/7/2017 n/a
Engineered construction plans and calculations Yes 12/7/2017 n/a

Approval Steps
Step Status Date
Prepare for permit pickup Completed 8/31/2018
Prepare for permit pickup Completed 8/31/2018
RAA Application Review Not Applicable 4/5/2018
Transportation Impact Fee Review Approved 1/25/2018
Operations & Maintenance Review Not Applicable 1/25/2018
Drainage Review Approved with Conditions 8/22/2018
Geotechnical Review by 3rd Party Approved with Conditions 8/24/2018
Planning Review Approved with Conditions 6/29/2018
Building Review Approved 2/14/2018
Fire Dept Review Approved with Conditions 12/20/2017
Health District-  BSA/BC Accepted 12/7/2017
Shoreline Review Approved with Conditions 6/29/2018

Reviews
Start Complete Applicant Response
12/7/2017 8/31/2018

Fixtures
Fixture Quantity Per Unit Value
Total: $0.00

Valuations
Valuation Quantity Rate Value
Residential Basement 1465.00 $158.84  / SQFT $232,700.60
Residential First Floor 1257.00 $158.84  / SQFT $199,661.88
Deck or Patio 300.00 $62.93  / SQFT $18,879.00
Garage/Barn/Boathouse/Shed 451.00 $62.93  / SQFT $28,381.43
Total: $479,622.91

Fees
Fee totals below may not reflect all fees, including fees calculated by hourly rates for resubmittals.
Fee Amount
Fire Protection Review $300.00
Plan Check Fee $2,029.14
Planning Review Fee $624.35
Building Permit Fee $3,121.75
SBCC (SUBMITTED PRIOR TO 7/1/18 ONLY) $4.50
Transportation Impact Fee $1,632.47
Transportation Impact Fee - Admin $32.65
Geologically Hazardous Area Third-Party Geotechnical Review Fee $2,500.00
Total : $10,244.86

Bonds
Type Number Amount Issued Expires Completed

Inspections
The inspections listed below are standard for all permits of this type. The inspections below may be inaccurate for a specific permit until that permit has been issued.
Completed On
On-site preconstruction meeting (Call Public Works 206-780-3788)
Temporary Silt & Erosion Control (Call Public Works 206-780-3788)
Setback Inspection
Foundation, Footing Inspection
Foundation, Stem Wall Inspection
Drainage inspection prior to backfill (Call Public Works 206-780-3788)
Below Grade Slab Insulation Inspection
Epoxy Set Holddown Anchor Bolts (Special Inspection by 3rd Party)
Exterior Shear Wall Nailing Inspection
Holddown Inspection
Interior Shearwall Inspection
Plumbing, Rough-In Inspection
Mechanical, Rough-In Inspection
Mechanical, External Gas Piping Inspection
Mechanical, Internal Gas Piping Inspection
Underground Propane Tank (Call Fire Dept 206-451-2033)
Mechanical, Propane or Liquid Fuel Tank & Piping Inspection
Welding/Moment Frame (Special Inspection by 3rd Party)
Caulk and Seal Inspection
Framing Inspection
Insulation Inspection
Gypsum Wallboard Inspection
Blower Door Test Results Received
Final Field Inspection (Call Public Works 206-780-3788)
Step 3 Geotech received/reviewed (Call Public Works 206-780-3788)
Inspection of final plantings
Planning Department Final Inspection
Fire Dept Final Inspection (Call Fire Dept 206-451-2033)
Health District Final (Call 360-337-5235)
Final Building Inspection

Structures
Structure Use Occupancy Type Square Footage
Building a new 2,722 sq. ft., 2 story SFR with a451 sq. ft. attached garage and 300 sq. ft of decks/patios. SFR

Conditions
The conditions listed below are standard for all permits of this type. The conditions below may be inaccurate for a specific permit until the permit has been issued.
Approved plans shall not be changed, modified or altered without authorization from the Building Department. Revisions shall be submitted and approved by the Department of Planning and Community Development prior to inspection.
Any equipment and/or appurtenances not shown on this approved site plan (i.e. mechanical equipment, retaining walls, decks, etc.) are not approved. Revisions to plans must be submitted to COBI for approval prior to installation.
Structures designed with shearwalls, holddowns and/or other designed attachment devices are subject to inspection prior to cover.
Permit Expiration: All permits expire 180 days after permit issuance, or 180 days after the last approved inspection activity is performed. The Building Official may extend the time for action for a period not exceeding 180 days, upon the receipt of a written extension request indicating that circumstances beyond the control of the permit holder have prevented action from being taken. Extension requests must be received prior to permit expiration, or additional fees will be due to reactivate the permit.
Erosion and sedimentation control devices shall be installed in accordance with best management practices and as site conditions dictate. Applicant is responsible for 13 elements of WA state mandated erosion control plan per 2014 Stormwater Manual for Western Washington. If required, provide silt fence(s) parallel to land contours. Provide appropriate gravel construction entrance mat or take equivalent measures to prevent sediment trackout onto COBI maintained roads. Protect all exposed soils to prevent airborne sediment (dust) or sediment laden water from leaving the site.
Building plans and review shall be subject to the 2015 International Codes, or subsequent edition as adopted by Bainbridge City Council at time of building permit application.
All structures shall have roof gutters. All gutters, downspouts, and yard drains must be directed to on site stormwater management BMPs per approved plans. Drains shall have a minimum 2% grade away from the foundation. All drainage discharges shall be located so that there is no adverse impact to downstream or adjacent properties.
Any site retaining walls in excess of 4 feet in height will require a separate building permit under the City of Bainbridge Island Municipal Code Section 15.08.
ELECTRICAL WORK. If electrical work is proposed, a separate electrical permit is required. You can contact L&I at 360-415-4000 to obtain an electrical permit. Electrical systems must be inspected by L&I prior to requesting a framing inspection and final approval granted prior to requesting a final building inspection from the Department of Planning & Community Development.
Any grading in excess of 50 cubic yards will require a City of Bainbridge Island grading permit as identified in the 2015 IBC Section J 103.
Reinspection Fee: All approved construction plans, the approved site plan, the printed building permit, and the permit inspection placard are required to be on-site for inspection purposes, and work to be inspected shall be complete and ready for inspection. If an inspection is called for and plans are not available on site, or the work is not ready for inspection, or if previously identified corrections have not been made, approval will not be granted. In addition, a re-inspection fee will be charged and must be collected by the Department of Planning & Community Development prior to any further inspections being performed or approvals granted.
Final Inspection Required: All building permits shall have a final inspection performed and approved by the Department of Planning & Community Development prior to permit expiration. The failure to request a final inspection or failure to obtain final approval prior to expiration will be documented in the legal property records on file with Bainbridge Island as being non-compliant with Bainbridge Island ordinances and building regulations and will be referred to Code Compliance for action.
Certificate of Occupancy. All buildings require a certificate of occupancy. No building or structure shall be used or occupied, until a final inspection has been approved and a certificate of occupancy issued. Issuance of a certificate of occupancy shall not be construed as an approval of any violation of the provisions of this code or of other ordinances of the jurisdiction. Certificates presuming to give authority to violate or cancel the provisions of this code or other ordinances of the jurisdiction shall not be valid.
The project shall comply with the requirements of the adopted Fire Code and any applicable NFPA standards or other requirements as stipulated by the Fire Marshal.
A final inspection by the Fire Department is required. Please call 206-451-2033 to schedule your inspection. 48 hours notice is required for all Fire Department inspections.
Noise Regulations (Chapter 16.16). Construction activities (site preparation, assembly, construction, erection, demolition, substantial repair, alteration or similar action on a property, buildings, structures or activities) within residential zones or within 100 feet of residential zones shall (A) be prohibited between the hours of 7:00pm and 7:00am on weekdays that do not constitute legal holidays; (B) be prohibited before 9:00am and after 6:00pm on Saturdays that do not constitute legal holidays; (C) be prohibited on Sundays and all legal holidays except that work on the inside of an enclosed structure may occur between the hours of 10:00am and 4:00pm.
State Legal Holidays for 2017: January 2, January 16, February 20, May 29, July 4, September 4, November 10, November 24, November 25, December December 25.
An energy compliance certificate must be posted within 3 feet of the electrical panel or pursuant to WSEC Section R401.3.
An approved carbon monoxide alarm shall be installed outside of each separate sleeping area in the immediate vicinity of the bedroom and on each level.
Premise identification (address number) is required for the dwelling and shall be clearly posted at the head of the driveway. It shall be of a contrasting color to the surface it is mounted to and be large enough to be clearly visible. An approved sign may be obtained from the Fire Department.
The Fire Department highly recommends the installation of a residential fire sprinkler system.
Carbon monoxide detection shall be provided in dwelling units and sleeping units that contain a fuel burning appliance or a fuel burning fireplace.
Propane tanks of 125 gallons or greater, when buried underground, shall comply with NFPA 58, Liquid Petroleum Gas Code for installation. An inspection by the Fire Marshal’s Office is required prior to burial. Contact the Fire Marshal’s Office at 206-451-2033 to schedule an inspection.
Fire flow is required for this occupancy. Fire flow is met through existing hydrants.
Work within shoreline jurisdiction shall be completed in substantial compliance with the Site-Specific Impact Analysis date stamped May 25, 2018, except to comply with these conditions.
As proposed in the Site-Specific Impact Analysis, approximately 2,850 sq.ft. of the shoreline buffer shall be replanted with native or native equivalent vegetation as mitigation for the 945 sq.ft. of vegetation disturbance and 30 sq.ft. of new impervious surface in shoreline jurisdiction.
New vegetation planted in the shoreline buffer shall be native species using a native plant-community approach of multi-storied, diverse plant species that are native to the Central Puget Lowland marine riparian zone. The Site-Specific Impact Analysis plant schedule proposes appropriately sized and spaced native or native equivalent vegetation.
Per SMP Section 4.1.4.4., disturbed areas will be restored or replanted as required.
This exemption does not authorize the removal of native vegetation or significant trees within shoreline jurisdiction. All native vegetation and significant trees within the shoreline jurisdiction are required to be protected and retained.
Prior to final inspection and issuance of certificate of occupancy, the applicant/property owner shall provide assurance to the satisfaction of the Administrator that the mitigation area will be maintained in perpetuity. The assurance can be in the form of notice on title, conservation easement, or similar mechanism as approved by the City Attorney.
Prior to final inspection and issuance of certificate of occupancy, the native multistoried vegetation shall be installed and inspected or assured through a bond/surety device. Performance and/or maintenance bonds or other surety shall be required by the City to assure that work is monitored and maintained. The bond/surety shall be refunded to the depositor upon completion of the mitigation activity and any required monitoring.
As proposed in the Site-Specific Impact Analysis, the monitoring and contingency plan for the mitigation areas shall be implemented in accordance with SMP Section 4.1.2.8. The monitoring plan may require periodic maintenance measures if tree survival, plant survival, invasive plan recolonization, or irrigation is does not meet the thresholds outlined in the plan. To ensure the success of the required mitigation, monitoring shall occur for a minimum duration of five years from the date of the completed development. The duration of monitoring may be extended if the project performance standards set forth in the approved mitigation plan fail to be accomplished.
Any use, construction, placement, removal, alteration, or demolition of any structure, land, vegetation or property in a manner that violates the terms or conditions of this permit shall be considered a violation of the Bainbridge Island Shoreline Master Program (SMP) and be subject to the applicable violations, enforcement and penalties provisions of the SMP.
If any historical or archaeological artifacts are uncovered during excavation or construction, work shall immediately stop, and the Department of Planning and Community Development and the Washington State Department of Archaeology and Historic Preservation shall be immediately notified. Construction shall only continue thereafter in compliance with the applicable provisions of law.
An indemnification or hold harmless agreement shall be required for all projects in geologically hazardous areas and buffers. The form of the agreement shall be approved by the City, executed prior to the commencement of construction or site alteration, and recorded with the County Auditor through a notice on title, or other similar document subject to the approval of the Administrator.
The stormwater outfall with a tee-diffuser requires a Hydraulic Project Approval (HPA) from the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW). The applicant shall follow all provisions of the HPA.
A Certification For Final Inspection Step 3 form attached as part of a final acceptance letter from the geotechnical engineer bearing the engineer’s seal is required to be submitted to PCD prior to calling for final inspection.

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