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Land Use Application Submittal Process - Type 1 Note: This handout shall not be used as a substitute for codes and regulations. The Applicant is responsible for compliance w ith all codes and regulations, whether or not described in this document. DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT Page 1 of 1 | Published: 1/29/2018 Planning Division | 1055 South Grady Way, 6th Floor | Renton, WA 98057 | 425-430-7200 Website: rentonwa.gov LAND USE APPLICATION SUBMITTAL PROCESS – TYPE 1 Published: 1/29/2018 Land Use permit processes and procedures can be found in RMC Title 4 Chapter 8. These standards are intended to provide the basic steps in the review process and associated timelines from submittal to final decision. Permit Requirements: A Land Use application is required for all Type 1 permits. See separate submittal requirements pertaining to the specific type of permit applied for in RMC Title 4. TIME FRAMES Type 1 permits do not require public notice of application, staff recommendation, or an open record hearing. A decision is issued administratively. Type 1 permits typically require 1-2 weeks for processing. LAND USE PERMIT SUBMITTAL PROCEDURES Step 1: Contact Planning Customer Service for assistance with permit requirements and to have a Planning Project Manager assigned to process the permit application. Step 2: Prior to making a formal application submittal, work with the assigned Planning Project Manager to review the submittal materials. Missing items will be identified and/or revisions requested. This process is utilized to ensure that a complete application is submitted at the next step in the process. Step 3: Schedule an in-take meeting with the assigned Planning Project Manager. At this meeting, the City’s Planning Project Manager will review the submittal materials again to ensure that requested revisions or missing items have been updated and/or corrected. If all required submittal items are provided and complete, staff will take in the application for official review. WHAT TO EXPECT AFTER YOUR PROJECT HAS BE EN SUBMITTED TO THE CITY The Planning Project Manager will review the application materials and issue a decision, typically within a week or two from submittal. During the review period, revisions may be required. Once a thorough review has been completed, a decision is issued by the Administrator and subject to a 14-day appeal period to the Hearing Examiner.