There are several tools and resources that allow you to do various things, like learn about the property you are working with, calculate the appropriate size of a furnace, check the status of your permit, etc. Below are some of the most common tools and resources that Building Services wants you to know about.
MyBuildingPermit.com | Maps | WSU Energy Extension Program | King County GreenTools | Puget Sound Clean Air Agency
for one-stop online development service applications, inspection scheduling, permit status information, and tip sheets for several government agencies in the Puget Sound region.
is a public mapping portal that allows the community to access, navigate to, and query selected data layers from the citywide GIS database and other sources. Using your computer, you can easily access the city’s property information, permitting information; zoning and land use information, utility information, topographic information, and sensitive areas information. You can also create a property report, apply for permits, pay utility bills, and print out maps. For more information about this application or for additional maps, go to Maps.Kirklandwa.Gov
WSU Extension Energy Program
The folks at the WSU Extension Energy Program
provide support to those who use the residential
sections of the Washington State Energy Code (WSEC). Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call the WSEC Residential Code Hotline at 360-956-2042 for more information.
King County GreenTools Program
The King County GreenTools
program provides technical assistance, grants and hands-on training to help users create green projects efficiently and effectively. There is a "construction Recycling section on their site, and an "Incentives and Grants" section to help you save money as you help to save the landfills from construction waste.
Puget Sound Clean Air Agency
The Puget Sound Clean Air Agency
works to clean the air we breathe and protect our climate through education, incentives and enforcement.
Make sure to visit the Development Services website to find additional tools and resources.