Permitting & Licensing Process
The Planning Director can be reached at 360-678-4461 x103 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The Town Planner is a resource for questions on land use reviews such as variances, conditional uses, subdivisions, shoreline permits, and certificates of appropriateness (design review), as well as interpretations of and amendments to, the zoning code in Title 16 of the Coupeville Town Code and the Comprehensive plan.
The Assistant Planner can be reached at 360-678-4461 x104 or email@example.com
The Building Official can be reached at 360-678-4461 x108 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The Building Official provides assistance on building, mechanical, and plumbing codes and permits, and code violation complaints.
The Town of Coupeville currently contracts for engineering services.
The Public Works Director can be reached at 360-678-4461 x113 or email@example.com
Planning, Building and Licensing application forms are listed below. Each item is hyperlinked to an editable PDF form. For larger application submittals, the Town will send the applicant a link to our Dropbox, along with a checklist of the items that need to be included to complete the application packet.
The Town will review the files submitted by applicants for completeness, and communicate the status of the application back to the applicant on the next business day. Once an application is deemed complete, the Town will notify the applicant via email. The notification will include an invoice for any fees that are due prior to staff review of the application.
To submit a form or communicate with the Town, please use the following email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Not sure what you need to submit, or just wanting to meet with staff to discuss your project prior to application? Please use the following form: Pre-Application Form
Active Land Use Applications
Building Permits & Applications
For a list of other available documents , applications and info, please visit our Info & Documents page.
Images on this page graciously provided by Denis Hill.