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Planning & Public Works

Posted on: September 24, 2019

Our permit process just got easier

We recently made some improvements to the permit process that will save you time and effort.


Upload larger files

The maximum file upload size is now 50 MB.

The previous size of 20 MB often meant construction plans had to be divided into multiple files to be uploaded.



upload up to 50 MB per file
 

Screenshot of a Standard Drawing open in AutoCAD

Download CADD files

To help prepare construction plans for submittal, Pierce County’s Standard Drawings are now available as DWG files that can be used in AutoCAD.

Download the files


We continue to experience high permit volumes. Thank you for your patience as we work through the applications.

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