The City’s new paperless permitting system – the “Snohomish Self-Service Permit Portal” (SSPP) – is now open and ready for business.
Be one of the first to submit an application via the portal by clicking here.
Even if you aren’t interested in applying for a permit, click the link to test drive the portal’s search function, which will allow, among other things, the public to find out if permits have been issued for a specific address. Community members will have access to all permit information.
The portal provides for a quicker and more efficient review of applications. No appointments will be necessary to submit an application, and since the portal will be available 24 hours a day seven days a week, it could not be more convenient.
Applicants will no longer have to print out bulky plans or lengthy reports and haul them in to City Hall for submittal. Instead, they will submit digital versions of everything. Fee payments can be made online using a credit card. Even the inspection process will be improved, as they can be scheduled through the portal.
To learn more, visit the web page on the City’s website devoted to the SSPP by clicking here. There, you will find links to helpful user guides, more information about the paperless system, and a button to enter the portal.
Starting Monday, March 22, all development applications will be required to be submitted through the SSPP. Paper applications, plans, and reports will no longer be accepted.
For more information contact Planner Brooke Eidem via email.