The purpose of Chapter 18F.60 Pierce County Code (PCC), Binding Site Plan, is to provide both a method of dividing land for sale or lease into lots classified for commercial or industrial uses in accordance with Revised Code of Washington (RCW) 58.17.035 and for the development of condominium units pursuant to Chapter 64.34 RCW.
Use this checklist as a guide to a complete application for property outside community plan area. If you don't know if your property is located within a community plan area, visit our About My Property page to find out.
State Environmental Policy Act (SEPA) review is required if the project is not exempt. See Washington Administrative Code (WAC) 197-11-800 and Pierce County Code Title 18D). The original signed form must be submitted with the application.
Draw site plan to scale. show all existing property corners, existing structures, adjacent roads, and north arrow. Include on the plans proposed building footprints, landscaping, off-street parking and drive aisles.
Survey and Lot Closure Calculations
Plans must be prepared, stamped and signed by a licensed land surveyor. Boundary and Lot closure calculations are established by the surveyor.
A title report is prepared by a Title Company. The report reveals various liens, encroachments, easements and anything else recorded against the property. The report submitted must not be dated more than 30 days prior to submittal.