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Submit your permit application package to the City of Enumclaw Community Development Department by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. If your total submittal is over 25 MB, please contact the office at (360) 825-3593 for further instruction. If you need assistance finding the correct application or understanding the application/review process please contact our office.
The permit counter hours are from 9 a.m. - 4 p.m., Monday – Friday, the office is open to the public from 9 a.m – 4:30 p.m. Monday – Friday, our office is located at 1309 Myrtle Avenue in Enumclaw.
For more information please give us a call at 360-825-3593, or send us an email at email@example.com.
Inspections are offered Tuesday through Friday, you can request an AM or PM inspection, we are unable to guarantee an exact time that we will be there.
You can schedule your inspection online by *clicking here*, please be sure to have your permit number ready.
You can call our inspection voicemail line at (360) 615-5678, be prepared with the following in this order:
Name of Inspection Requested
Date of Inspection Request
Contact Phone Number
Inspections must be called in by 3p.m to be scheduled for the following day. We do not return these calls, so please be prepared with all the required information.
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You will need to contact Public Health-Seattle & King County Onsite Sewage Systems (OSS) to find if OSS review or a permit is required for your project.
Verification from OSS may be required with your building permit application.
Examples include: Additions to dwellings, detached buildings, and remodels that increase the number of bedrooms.
Visit OSS webpage: https://kingcounty.gov/depts/health/environmental-health/piping/onsite-sewage-systems.aspx.
Navigate to “Septic expert office hours” contact information and “Resources for Residents on Septic” – “Homeowners on a septic system”
Under federal law, "franchising authorities" (in Washington State, these are cities and counties) can require cable television companies to negotiate a franchise (in other words, a contract) to provide cable TV service within a municipality. The City of Enumclaw currently has 1 non-exclusive franchise with Comcast Cable. Download the franchise document (PDF) for more information.
The city's Media Services division negotiates, monitors, and enforces the rules set forth in the franchise. The city collects a franchise fee of 5% of gross revenues from the Comcast for their use of the city's rights-of-way. Approximately $130,000 in franchise fees for around 3,000 subscribers was collected in 2009 and deposited into the city's General Fund.
Media Services also assists cable subscribers in resolving complaints and answering questions regarding their cable service. If you are a Comcast cable TV customer in the City of Enumclaw and have an issue that you are unable to resolve directly with Comcast, please feel free to contact Media Services at 360-615-5609.
Comcast offers a 30% discount (or about $4) on limited, or the lowest tier of cable TV service offered. This discount is available to senior citizens (65 years or older) or those who have a permanent disability living in the City of Enumclaw, WA. To be eligible, a citizen must meet certain federal low income standards. Customers can subscribe to more than 1 service package but the low-income discount only applies to the limited tier of service. If you are on a special or introductory rate, you will not receive this discount until the offer has expired.
If you think you are qualified to receive a low income discount contact Media Services at 360-615-5609. You can also download the Comcast Cable Discount Form (PDF) online.
Media Services can assist residents that live in the City of Enumclaw with cable TV issues, or questions about Enumclaw City TV and the city's website. Please contact:
1339 Griffin Ave.
Enumclaw, WA 98022