Permit Services

State Building Code Council (SBCC) building permit fee increase


the SBCC permit fee added to each Residential & Commercial building permit will change as follows:
  • Prior to July 1, 2018
    the SBCC fees are: $4.50 fee to the SBCC for each building permit, plus an additional surcharge of $2 for each residential unit after the first unit.
  • Effective July 1, 2018 
    the SBCC fees for Residential building permits are: $6.50 fee to the SBCC for each building permit, plus an additional surcharge of $2 for each residential unit after the first unit.
  • Effective July 1, 2018 
    the SBCC fees for Commercial building permits are: $25 fee to the  SBCC for each building permit, plus an additional surcharge of $2 for each residential unit after the first unit.

Online permit services now available!

The eTRAKiT online permitting portal is now available for searching existing permits, requesting inspections, and applying for a range of permits & projects.

  1. Permit Search
  2. Applications
  3. Checklists
  4. Fees
  5. Handouts
  6. Inspection Scheduling
  7. Construction Codes
  8. Multifamily
  9. RCW 64.55 Enclosure
  10. Single Family
  11. Public Works Civil/Site

Permit Search


Visit our eTRAKiT online permitting portal to search for the following:
  • Permit search: Search by permit number, site address, or parcel number to find a construction permit and supporting documentation.
  • Project search: Search by project number, site address, or parcel number to find a land use project, supporting information, and related development applications.
  • Parcel search: Search by owner name, site address, or parcel number to obtain additional information about a property from the Snohomish County Assessor's office.
  • Code search: Search by case number, site address or parcel number to find related code violations.

Help


Permit services can also provide you with phone assistance for how to use this online search tool.

Please note that the online permit history goes back to the year 1992. Prior permit history and drawings (limited availability) can be researched in our office during business hours.

City of Everett Business License


Contractors doing work in the city limits of Everett will need a current City of Everett business license. For more information, contact the City Clerk's office or call 425-257-8610.

New Digital Records Center


The City of Everett eTrakit online permit history goes back to 1992. For permit history prior to 1992, check out our new Digital Records Center. Just click on Address Search under Real Property Information to access these records.

Approved plan sets for commercial and multi-family buildings are only viewable on microfilm at the Permit Services office, 3200 Cedar St., Everett.