Permit Fees
See Our New Tool for Estimating Development Fees for Commercial/Mixed Use, Plat/Short Plat and Multi -Family Projects:
The estimator includes; Site Entitlement, Development Engineering CCR, Stormwater Capital Facilities Charges, Developer Impact Fees, Building Permit and Sub-Permits fees.

Development Fee Estimator: Use this spreadsheet to estimate the cost of your COMMERCIAL/MIXED USE project. (updated 2/1/2017)
Development Fee Estimator: Use this spreadsheet to estimate the cost of your Subdivision - PLAT/SHORT PLAT project. (updated 2/1/2017)
Development Fee Estimator: Use this spreadsheet to estimate the cost of your MULTI-FAMILY project.(updated 2/1/2017)

Building Valuation Data (BVD) - November 28th, 2016
The BVD table provides the "average" construction costs per square foot, which can be used in determining permit fees for a jurisdiction. Permit fee schedules are addressed in Section 109.2 of the 2012 International Building Code (IBC) whereas Section 109.3 addresses building permit valuations. The permit fees can be established by using the BVD table and a Permit Fee Multiplier, which is based on the total construction value within a jurisdiction for the past year. The square foot value of one construction classification/occupancy group to another so that more expensive construction is addresses greater permits fee than less expensive construction. 

Change of Use and Mixed Use Fees
Construction of a new building that contains multi-family, commercial and/or parking garage beneath.

Commercial and Multi-Family Fees
Construction of any new commercial building such as; office building, retail building and or warehouse/office building. Construction of any new multi-family building, with more than two-family dwelling units on the same lot that are attached to each other and not considered residential and that do not include another occupancy and/or parking garage beneath.

Development Engineering Division Fees
Plan Review and Inspection Fees for Clearing Grading, Rough Grading, Storm water Engineering, Water & Wastewater Engineering and Transportation Engineering.

Development Review Permit Fees
Review fees for land use entitlement applications such as preliminary plats, short plats, site plan entitlements, SEPA, etc. 

Electrical Permit Fees
Required before electrical wiring or equipment is installed, altered or replaced. See electrical application form for information regarding projects requiring plan review.

Fire Prevention Department Fees (Effective February 1st, 2017)
Required Fire Permits are noted on the Building Permit as a condition of approval by the Fire Plan Reviewer. Related Fire Permits can consist of many different types depending on the use of the space.

Hydrant Use Permit Fees 
Hydrant Use Permits are sold for short-term water for construction, demolition, landscape, and other special water uses.

2017 Impact Fee Schedule   
The schedule provides impact fees for Fire, Parks, Schools & Transportation. Projects are assessed by their land use type and the associated units of that land use type to determine what the impacts fees shall be. 

Mechanical Permit Fees
Required for new commercial buildings before mechanical equipment is installed, altered, replaced or remodeled. See the mechanical application form for information regarding projects requiring plan review. 

Miscellaneous Building Permit Fees
Includes: Sign Permits, Retaining Wall Permits, Detention Vault Permits, Demo Permits, Fence Permits, Awning Permits.

Plumbing Permit Fees
Required before a plumbing system or fixture is installed, altered or remodeled. See plumbing application form for information regarding projects requiring plan review.

Residential Permit Fees
Construction of any new residential house or two-family house located on the same lot or detached residential units on a single tax parcel which are separated from each other.

Right-of-Way Permit Fees
The City requires a permit for any activity that disrupts traffic, restricts access or modifies any infrastructure within the right-of-way or for any private use of the public right-of-way. Such activities include the replacement of or modifications to driveways, temporary placement of industrial trash bins or moving pods, the parking of moving vans, tree trimming along the street. Utility and construction companies are required to obtain permits for all work within the right-of-way.

Side Sewer Connection Fees - Redmond
General Connection Fees and Regional Water Connection Fees - Redmond Service Area.

Side Sewer Connection Fees - UPD
General Connection Fees and Regional Water Connection Fees - Novelty Hill Service Area.

Water Meter Connection Fees - Redmond
General Connection fees and Regional Water Connection Fees - Redmond Service Area.

Water Meter Connection Fees - UPD
General Connection fees and Regional Water Connection Fees - Novelty Hill Service Area.