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Availability - SewerSANITARY SEWER AVAILABILITY CERTIFICATE 6th Floor Customer Service 1055 S Grady Way, Renton, WA 98057 Phone: (425) 430-7200 Fax: (425) 430-7300 Page 1 of 3 SECTION A: TO BE COMPLETED BY THE APPLICANT DATE: APPLICANT NAME: PHONE NO: EMAIL: PROPERTY ADDRESS: KING COUNTY TAX ACCOUNT NO: Proposed Use (check one): ☐Proposed Single Family Home ☐Proposed Accessory Dwelling Unit (ADU) ☐Existing Single Family Home on Septic ☐Proposed ______ Lot Short Plat ☐Other (specify) _________________________________ ________________________________________________ It is recommended that a proposed site plan/plot plan is included in order to provide a comprehensive response. SECTION B: CITY SEWER INFORMATION – TO BE COMPLETED BY THE CITY OF RENTON 1.a. ☐ Sanitary Sewer Service will be provided by side sewer connection to an existing inch sewer main located within City Records show a side sewer stub to the property ☐ YES ☐ NO Side Sewer Stub Notes: OR b.☐ The proposed project requires improvements to the City’s sanitary sewer system, including, but not limited to: ☐Extension of approximately linear feet of inch sewer main located in to service the site; and/or ☐Construction of sanitary sewer mains within the project site; and/or ☐Other: Note: Any extension of sewer main requires application and issuance of a Civil Construction Permit. All sewer main extensions shall be designed by a professional engineer licensed in the State of Washington. 2.☐ Reference Data: 3.☐ As a condition of connection, as the subject property is not within the current corporate boundaries of Renton, the owner must execute a Covenant to Annex to the City. 4.☐ The Renton portion of the Wastewater Utility Rates for customers outside the city limits is 1.5 times the standard rate for customers inside the city limits. (City Code section 8-5-15C) 5.☐ Applicant shall abandon the existing septic system in accordance with Section 1119 of the current Uniform Plumbing Code and Section 4-6-040.I.6 of the City Code. 6.☐ The sewer system improvement is in conformance with a County approved sewer comprehensive plan. OR ☐The sewer system improvement will require an amendment to the Renton Long-Range Wastewater Management Plan. 7.☐ The sewer system improvement is within the City of Renton or will be within an existing franchise from King County allowing the installation of facilities in the County Right(s)-of-Way. OR ☐The sewer system improvement will require that Renton obtain a franchise from King County to install the facilities in the County Right(s)-of-Way. 8.☐ Additional Information (if applicable): Page 2 of 3 SECTION C: PERMIT AND FEE INFORMATION Fee per DU4 # DUs Total Fee 1.a. ☐ Payment of all applicable system development, latecomers, and special assessment fees1: •System Development Charge2 (SDC Fee):$3,450.00 x •System Development Charge2 (SDC Fee) – ADU3:$1,725.00 x •Latecomers, special assessment fees: x x x b.☐ Payment of all applicable permit fees1: •Residential or Commercial Building Sewer Permits: o Side Sewer Permit / Building to Property Line:$393.75 x o Sewer Stub Permit/ Sewer Main to Property Line:$393.75 x •Right-of-Way Fee (if applicable): •Right-of-Way Bond (Refundable): •King County Right-of-Way Permit Fee (if applicable): Total Fees: c.☐ Review and approval of a Civil Construction Permit for improvements to the City’s sanitary sewer system, including payment of all applicable Civil Construction Permit fees. Civil Construction Permit Fees are based on the total cost of construction as outlined in the City’s Current Fee Schedule. 2.☐ Customers making a first-time connection to sanitary sewers in King County, including Renton’s Sewer Service Area, are subject to a sewage treatment capacity charge. The purpose of this King County charge is to pay for building sewage treatment capacity to serve newly connected customers. Effective Jan. 1, 2021, for single family homes the capacity charges will be based on size, meaning small homes will pay less for the capacity charge and large homes will pay more. The RCE5 assigned to single family homes is based on size. The RCE charge is on a per month basis, billed by King County every three months, for 15 years. At the customer’s choice, this fee may be paid to King County as a lump sum. The capacity charge fee structure is outlined as follows: House Size RCE Monthly Amount Amount Billed Quarterly by King County Lump Sum Payment to King County Less than 1,500 SF 0.81 $ 55.36 $ 166.07 $ 9,963.97 1,500-2,999 SF 1.00 $ 68.34 $ 205.02 $ 12,301.20 Greater than 3,000 SF 1.16 $ 79.27 $ 237.82 $ 14,269.39 This fee is in addition to the monthly charge for treatment that Renton is required to collect and pass to King County. Fees are subject to change without notice. See www.kingcounty.gov/capacitycharge for more information. 1.All fees are quoted based on the fees in effect as of the date of this certification. Fees are subject to change without notice. All fees are assessed based on the fee schedule that is current at the time of permit issuance. 2.SDC Fees are based on the size of the domestic water meter servicing the building. The fees quoted are for up to a 1-inch domestic water meter. Fees for larger meters are available upon request or can found in the City’s Current Fee Schedule. See rentonwa.gov for the current fee schedule. 3.Per Resolution 4422, SCD Fees for Accessory Dwelling Units are assessed at 50% of the Single-Family Rate through 2022. 4.DU is defined as a Dwelling Unit, and includes Single Family Homes, Accessory Dwelling Units and/or Duplexes. 5.RCE is defined by King County as a Residential Customer Equivalent and is assigned to single family homes based on the size of the home. Page 3 of 3 SECTION D: CONDITIONS OF CERTIFICATION 1. It is the responsibility of the owner/developer to verify, by an engineering study, whether it is possible to connect by gravity line to the existing City sewer system (a private lift station may be installed, but is not desirable). The City may require, at its option, the verification to be in the form of a letter signed by a professional civil engineer. 2. The City does not guarantee that a stub exists for all properties nor does it guarantee the condition or location of the stub. It is the responsibility of the owner/contractor to have an approved connection from the building sewer to the City's sewer main. If there is a PVC stub, it is in good condition, and the owner/contractor can locate it, then it is available for use. If the existing stub is concrete or clay, the stub shall be lined or replaced with PVC. A CCTV is required of the existing stub to determine if it can be lined. The determination of condition of existing sanitary sewer stubs shall be the sole responsibility of the City and the City's decision shall be final. If the stub is broken or the City inspector determines that the stub's condition is not acceptable, it shall be the owner/contractor's responsibility to repair the stub, replace the stub at the existing tee, or to install a new stub and tee directly into the main. The method of repair/replacement to be determined by the City's inspector. I hereby certify that the above sanitary sewer information is true. This certification shall be valid for one year from date of signature. CITY OF RENTON - WASTEWATER UTILITY CERTIFICATION