Development Review Division

The Development Review Division (DRD) is responsible for reviewing building and land use permit applications for consistency with the Jefferson County Comprehensive Plan and Unified Development Code (UDC). Among the types of projects that DRD reviews are building permits, land divisions, zoning issues, current use tax, shoreline permits, stormwater management (clearing and grading), and forest practice conversions (Class IV-General FPA).

2014 Update to Wetland Rating System


  • Revised Wetland Category Points for 2014 Update to Wetland Rating System Revised Code

Land Permit Applications


DRD planners are assigned to cases involving Land Use Permit Applications. Project planners are available to answer questions related to your application and will be able to accommodate your request within the time limits presented by their caseloads.

Coach of the Day


Each day of the week a DRD planner is assigned to be the "Coach of the Day". The Coach planner is available to answer general questions about permit procedures and pending applications.

"Coach" Schedule: Coaching services are available from 9 a.m. to noon, Monday and Tuesday, 1:30 to 4:30 p.m., Wednesday and Thursday. Fridays the office is closed to the public. The Coach will also respond to phone calls and emails. See DRD staff list below.

Pre-Applications


For a greater level of detail, a customer may want to or be required to request a Pre-Application Conference (see the Pre-Application Request Form (PDF)).

For matters related to the Port Ludlow Master Planned Resort, visit the Port Ludlow Master Planned Resort page.