Permitting

Before restarting existing construction (permits issued prior to March 23) in Issaquah, you must attest that you have met all the requirements of the order by filling out this form:

COVID-19 Job Site Requirements Attestation Form

Please note that the 2018 code series is in effect as of February 1, 2021 for Building and Fire codes.


Permits and Projects

Completing permit center related activities can be accomplished in a few different ways:

Option 1: Submittal and resubmittal of permit materials using the City’s Permitting Portal

Option 2: Submittal and resubmittal of paper permits by email

  • For permits that cannot be submitted through MyBuildingPermit.com such as over the counter permits or permits on paper, email the completed application forms and required submittal documents for plan review. Once the application is received, staff will coordinate with the applicant regarding payment. Visit the Application Packets page for more details. 

Option 3: Staff Assistance

Permit Center

The Permit Center provides general information for construction in the City limits. Construction permits assure that structures are built to nationally-recognized standards, as well as designed to ensure that buildings are structurally sound and hazard free. Land use permits assure that structures meet zoning requirements and comply with environmental regulations.

The 2018 International Codes, along with the 2018 Uniform Plumbing code have been adopted by the State of Washington with an effective date of February 1, 2021. Please follow this link for the full rulemaking page for the State Building Code Council. See the full list of adopted codes in Issaquah.
  1. Do I Need a Permit?
  2. Check Permit Status

Most improvements on a residential or commercial lot within the City require a permit. Learn more.

  1. Forms & Publications
  2. Inspections

See below for access to application packets, forms, fees etc.