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Availability - WaterCERTIFICATE OF WATER AVAILABILITY 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 ☐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 WATER INFORMATION – TO BE COMPLETED BY THE CITY OF RENTON 1.☐ The subject property and/or proposed development is within the City of Renton's water service area asestablished in the Water System. The City has a current Water Comprehensive Plan approved by Washington State Department of Health. 2.☐ Water service will be provided by the City of Renton by a new water service line and a water meter connecting to an existing inch water main located within and that is approximately feet from the site. Reference city water project plan no.: 3.☐ The static water pressure from the above-described water main is about ________ psi at the existing street elevation. Uniform Plumbing Code requires the installation of a privately-owned pressure-reducing valve (PRV) downstream of the water meter when static pressure exceeds 80 psi. The PRV shall be installed on private- property or inside the building. 4.☐ City Records show an existing ___________ (size) water service stub to the property ☐ YES ☐ NO 5.☐ Water service will require an improvement to the water system of: ☐Developer’s Extension of approximately feet of (size) water main located in to service the site; and/or ☐Other (describe) 6.☐ The rate of flow from the above-described water main at no less than 20 psi is:☐Less than 500 gpm (approx. ________ gpm)☐500 to 999 gpm☐1000 gpm or more for a duration of _________ hours 7.☐ The proposed development lies within the water service area of ______________________________________________________; therefore, the applicant shall contact the District / Agency at (phone) _____________________________ and request a certificate of water availability. The certificate of water availability shall be submitted to the City of Renton with the building permit application and/or land use application. 8.☐ Notes: 9.☐ See additional information on attached letter dated: Page 2 of 3 SECTION C: PERMIT AND FEE INFORMATION Fee per DU5 # of DU Total Fee 1.☐ Water service will be provided subject to payment of all applicable water system development charges (SDC) and water meter installation charges 1: •System Development Charge2 (SDC Fee): ☐5/8” x 3/4” meter3 OR ☐ 1” meter3 $4,450.00 x •System Development Charge2 (SDC Fee) – ADU4: ☐5/8” x 3/4” meter3 OR ☐ 1” meter3 $2,225.00 x •Latecomers, special assessment fees: 2.☐ Payment of all applicable water meter installation fees1: •Full installation by City forces of a 1 inch water service line from the main line to a 1” water meter setter $2,875.00 x •Meter “drop-in” by City o 5/8” x 3/4” meter:$400.00 x o 1” meter:$460.00 x Total Fees: 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 basedon 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.The sizing of the water meter and of the water supply line to the building shall be determined in accordance with the latest City adopted Uniform Plumbing Code (Section 610) criteria for sizing of meter and building supply line. The applicant shall verify that minimum pressure can be maintained when water service is flowing at anticipated maximum levels and shall increase the size of the meter and size of the private water service line as necessary to reduce friction losses and drop in water pressure. A larger size meter (minimum 1-inch) will be required if a residential fire sprinkler is required for the building. 4.Per Resolution 4422, SCD Fees for Accessory Dwelling Units are assessed at 50% of the Single-Family Rate through 2022.5.DU is defined as a Dwelling Unit, and includes Single Family Homes, Accessory Dwelling Units and/or Duplexes. Page 3 of 3 SECTION D: CONDITIONS OF CERTIFICATION 1.All new single family dwelling(s) having a “fire flow calculation area” (i.e.: the total floor area of all floor levels within the exterior walls, and under the horizontal projections of the roof of a building) not exceeding 3,600 square-feet must have a fire hydrant within 300 feet of the building. The fire hydrant and connecting main line must able to deliver a minimum flow rate of 1,000 gallon per minute (gpm). 2.New single-family dwelling(s) and/or addition to existing single-family dwelling(s) having a “fire flow calculation area” exceeding 3,600 square-feet (i.e.: the total floor area of all floor levels within the exterior walls and under the horizontal projections of the roof of a building) must have two (2) fire hydrants within 300 feet ofthe building, along with connecting water mains capable of delivering the required minimum fire flow demand (estimated between 1,500 gpm and 2,000 gpm). The applicant may request the Renton Regional Fire Authority (RFA) to allow the use of a residential fire sprinkler system in lieu of the installation of the second fire hydrant within 300 feet of the dwelling. Anapproved backflow prevention assembly is required for residential fire sprinkler system unless it is a “flow- through” system. 3.It is the responsibility of the owner/developer to verify by field measurement, whether the proposed single family dwelling is located within the 300 feet distance from an existing fire hydrant. The distance shall be measured from the hydrant, and along the traveled portion of the roadway, private access road, and driveway to the proposed structure. 4.If the proposed structure is located more than 300 feet from the existing hydrant, the owner/developer is required to install a new hydrant in front of the property, or at a location within 300 feet of the proposed structure. The new fire hydrant and connecting main line must able to able to deliver a minimum flowrate of 1,000 gallon per minute (gpm). The final location of the new hydrant must be approved by the Fire Marshal of the Renton Regional Fire Authority. 5.If the proposed structure is located within 300 feet from an existing fire hydrant and the hydrant does notmeet current City standards ( i.e.: 3-port hydrant with 6-inch lead), the owner/developer is required to replace the existing hydrant with a new fire hydrant meeting current City’s standards. The new fire hydrant and connecting main line must able to able to deliver a minimum flow rate of 1,000 gallon per minute (gpm). 6.When the available flow rate from an existing hydrant and connecting water main is greater than 500 gpm and less than 1,000 gpm, the owner/developer may install a residential fire sprinkler system for the proposed single-family dwelling. The fire sprinkler system shall be designed and installed by a certified fire sprinkler designer/contractor and the sprinkler design plans must be submitted for review and approval by the FireMarshal. Separate permits will be required for the design and installation of the fire sprinkler system. In addition, the proposed building must be within 300 feet of an existing fire hydrant. 7.When the available flow rate from an existing hydrant and connecting water main is less than 500 gpm, the owner/developer is required to install a new water main and hydrant per City’s standards. The new water main shall extend from an existing water main capable of delivering 1,000 gpm, and along the frontage road to the extreme boundary of the property line. Civil design plans for the water main extension shall be done by a professional engineer, licensed and registered in the State of Washington. Plans must be submitted to the City for review and approval. Separate utility construction permits will be required for design review and for installation of the water main extension. I hereby certify that the above water purveyor information is true. This certification shall be valid for one year from date of signature. CITY OF RENTON - WATER UTILITY CERTIFICATION