What is required for a “site-plan?”
The site plan or plot plan is a graphical presentation of an entire lot as seen from an aerial view. This site plan will be used by City of Ellensburg Community Development Department, Public Works Department and Energy Services Department to check many things that are critical for the issuance of a building permit, including: setbacks, easements, driveway and parking lot, utility locations, lot coverage, street frontage improvements and critical areas. Three (3) copies of the site plan are required for residential building permit applications and five (5) copies for Commercial or Multi-Family building permit applications. (See the example drawing and for more information view the Site Plan Requirements Bulletin BB-10)

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1. What is exempt from a building permit?
2. Do I need a permit to replace windows, siding or roofing?
3. How do I schedule an inspection?
4. Do you own a covered commercial building over 50,000 square feet?
5. Can I convert my garage or basement into a bedroom?
6. What plans are required to submit for a permit?
7. What is required for a “site-plan?”
8. How long does it take to get a building permit?
9. Where can I view Public Notices?