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Posted on: July 6, 2017

'One-Stop Permit Center' now open in Marysville

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Looking to do a simple remodel or addition? Maybe you want to ask an expert, “How do you build this?” 

The City of Marysville’s new One-Stop Permit Center gives residents and small businesses easier access to a building inspector who can answer questions about the building code and review simple plans. Depending on your project, a simple building permit could be issued the same day. The most eligible permit types include single-family home additions, alterations to a home’s interior, decks (new or alterations), garages, pole buildings, and reuse of an existing building for small business. 

The One-Stop Permit Center, located at the Community Development office at 80 Columbia Ave., is open from 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. To avoid potential delay at the front counter, call 360-363-8100 between 8 a.m. and 3 p.m. to schedule an appointment. 

Services provided at the One-Stop Permit Center include: 

·        Coordinated customer service 

·        Streamlined permitting process either the same day or within 3-5 working days

·        Plan checks and permit insurance combined in one location

·        Information to small business owners about reusing or expanding an existing building

·        Issuance of business licenses

The City Council approved an additional staff position recommended by Mayor Nehring in the 2017 city budget. This means a building inspector is now available most of the time at the Community Development counter. By answering simple questions right away, the One-Stop Permit Center helps reduce paperwork, streamlines plan review and issues permits more quickly.

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