Chapter 2.44
STREET AND PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT

Sections:

2.44.010    Department established and duties described.

2.44.020    Supervision of department – Appointment of assistants.

2.44.030    Adoption of qualifications and regulations.

2.44.040    Administrative permits – Public works department.

2.44.050    Administration of development regulations.

2.44.060    Interpretation of codes.

2.44.070    Payment of required fees with submittals and major resubmittals.

2.44.080    Application submittal requirements.

2.44.010 Department established and duties described.

There is established a department of streets and public works whose function it shall be to design and supervise the construction, maintenance and repair of streets, alleys and other public ways within the city of Lynnwood; to examine and pass upon plans for public works; to supervise the construction of the same, and to advise and make recommendations concerning the granting of franchises to use the public streets and other public property. (Ord. 36 § 1, 1959)

2.44.020 Supervision of department – Appointment of assistants.

The functions of such department shall be executed under the supervision and control of a public works director/city engineer. The public works director/city engineer shall be appointed by the mayor, subject to a city council confirmation process in Chapter 2.06 LMC which includes, but is not limited to, a majority vote of the city council. The public works director/city engineer shall hold the appointment at the pleasure of the mayor. The public works director/city engineer shall employ, subject to the approval of the mayor, such additional personnel as shall be necessary to perform the duties referred to in LMC 2.44.010. (Ord. 2423 § 8, 2002; Ord. 2353 § 5, 2001; Ord. 36 § 2, 1959)

2.44.030 Adoption of qualifications and regulations.

The city council may adopt regulations from time-to-time determining the qualifications for the office, prescribing compensation to be paid, and defining additional powers and duties to be exercised and performed by the superintendent of streets and public works and his subordinates, in addition to the duties prescribed in LMC 2.44.020 hereof. (Ord. 36 § 3, 1959)

2.44.040 Administrative permits – Public works department.

The following listed permits are the responsibility of the public works department:

A. Weekend work approval, LMC 10.12.300 (B)(13);

B. Water use approval, LMC 13.20.040;

C. Water meter application, LMC 13.12.010;

D. Water main/service permit, LMC 13.12.015;

E. Purity tests, LMC 13.20.070;

F. House moving permit, LMC 16.20.045;

G. Side sewer installation permit, LMC 14.16.022;

H. Sewer main installation permit, LMC 14.16.024;

I. Sewer capping permit, LMC 14.16.220;

J. Private sewer system permit, LMC 14.44.040;

K. Industrial waste limited discharge permit, LMC 14.60.510;

L. Industrial waste discharge permit, LMC 14.60.503;

M. Cross-connection control permit, LMC 13.12.080;

N. Right-of-way use permit, LMC 12.04.010;

O. Road improvement permit, LMC 12.04.015;

P. Storm drainage permit, LMC 13.40.040;

Q. Tree removal permit, Chapter 17.15 LMC;

R. Sensitive areas permit, Chapter 17.10 LMC;

S. Grading permit, LMC 16.04.030;

T. Right-of-way vacation, LMC 12.16.010;

U. Grease interceptor permit, LMC 14.60.376;

V. Sewer lateral permit, LMC 14.16.022;

W. Private water service permit, LMC 13.12.012;

X. Land clearing permit, LMC 13.40.065;

Y. Water main connection permit, LMC 13.12.020;

Z. Fire hydrant inspection permit, LMC 13.12.035. (Ord. 2481 § 1, 2004; Ord. 2249 § 1, 1999; Ord. 2241 § 1, 1999; Ord. 2072 § 1, 1996)

2.44.050 Administration of development regulations.

Project applications are subject to requirements and procedures in LMC 1.35.001 through 1.35.080. (Ord. 2072 § 2, 1996)

2.44.060 Interpretation of codes.

A. Applicability. The procedure and criteria that the city will use in deciding upon a written request to interpret the provisions of any code relating to permits listed in LMC 2.44.040 are set forth in this section.

B. Purpose of Interpretation. An interpretation of the provisions of the code relating to permits listed in LMC 2.44.040 clarifies conflicting or ambiguous wording, or the scope or intent of the provisions of the code. An interpretation of the provisions of the code may not be used to amend that code.

C. Who May Request. Any person may request a written interpretation of the provisions of the code. In addition the director of public works may issue an interpretation on the director’s own initiative.

D. Applicable Procedure. The director of public works shall interpret the provisions of the applicable codes in conformance with this section.

E. Submittal Requirements. Any person requesting an interpretation of the code shall submit a written request specifying each provision of the code for which an interpretation is requested, why an interpretation of each provision is necessary and any reasons or material in support of a proposed interpretation.

F. Factors for Consideration. In making an interpretation of the provisions of the code, the public works director shall consider:

1. The applicable provisions of the code including their purpose and context; and

2. The implications of the interpretation for development within the city as a whole; and

3. The impact of the interpretation on other provisions of the code; and

4. The intent of the city council as reflected by the council minutes, findings, and conclusions, and other documents found within the public works or community development department file on the provisions in questions, if any; and

5. The comprehensive plan and other relevant codes and policies; and

6. The opinion of the city attorney on the interpretation.

G. Limitation on Authority. The director of public works may not make an interpretation of any provision of the code which modifies or conflicts with any other provision of the code, unless the purpose of the interpretation is to resolve a conflict between provisions of the code.

H. Enforcement. An interpretation of the code issued in accordance with these provisions may be enforced in the same manner that any provision of the code is enforced. The public works director shall maintain and make available for public inspection all written interpretations of the code with a current index of such interpretations.

I. Time Limitation. An interpretation of the code remains in effect until rescinded in writing by the public works director.

J. Response to Written Request. The public works director shall mail a written response to any person filing a written request to interpret the provisions of the code within 25 days of having received that request.

K. Appeal of Interpretation by Director. When an interpretation is made in response to a written request pursuant to these provisions, the person filing the written request may appeal the decision of the director of public works using Process II, LMC 1.35.200 et seq. The fee for such an appeal shall be shown in Chapter 3.104 LMC and must be paid by the appellant at the time of filing the appeal. (Ord. 2957 § 30, 2012; Ord. 2699 § 9, 2007; Ord. 2072 § 3, 1996)

2.44.070 Payment of required fees with submittals and major resubmittals.

The applicant applying for any of the permits listed in LMC 2.44.040 shall pay all permit fees required for the processing of said permits at the time of initial submittal unless waived by the director. An application for permit will not be deemed complete per LMC 1.35.001 through 1.35.080 until required fees are paid in full. In addition, if major changes arise in any consolidated permitting process or if the applicant makes major changes to the application which will require re-review by staff, then fees are required to be paid again. All fees shall be adjusted every two years as approved in the city’s biennium budget.

Fees for permits listed in LMC 2.44.040 are as shown in Chapter 3.104 LMC. (Ord. 2656 §§ 1, 2, 2006; Ord. 2581 § 2, 2005; Ord. 2550 § 1, 2005; Ord. 2481 § 2, 2004; Ord. 2399 § 1, 2001; Ord. 2346 § 1, 2000; Ord. 2249 § 2, 1999; Ord. 2072 § 4, 1996)

2.44.080 Application submittal requirements.

A. Complete Application. Prior to approval of any of the permits listed in LMC 2.44.040, the applicant must submit a complete application.

B. Basic Permit Plan Requirements. The applications for the permits listed in LMC 2.44.040 shall include the following basic submittal requirements unless specifically waived by the director or by subsequent sections:

1. One copy of a completed application form, as supplied by the city.

2. Four sets of plans including the following basic information:

a. Name of development on each sheet;

b. Names, addresses and phone numbers of owners and/or applicants;

c. Drafting that is legible and reproducible;

d. A vicinity map;

e. A north arrow;

f. A legal description of the parcels;

g. The datum and location of the city benchmark used;

h. The engineering scale used (one inch equals 100 feet maximum);

i. The locations of any existing or proposed structures or improvements;

j. Two-foot contours over the site and the first floor elevations of all existing and proposed structures on the site;

k. The location and names or numbers of all adjacent public rights-of-way and/or public or private easements on the property;

l. The location of any above-ground stormwater conveyance systems such as swales and ditches that are adjacent to the proposal;

m. The location of any below-ground stormwater conveyance systems such as pipes and vaults that are adjacent to the proposal;

n. The dimensions of the site;

o. The locations of any other features on the site that affect the proposal;

p. Standard notes and details per city of Lynnwood standards;

q. A sequence of construction activities for the project.

3. Four sets of plans including the following temporary erosion control features as required by LMC 13.40.070(E)(2):

a. Locations of all rip-rap or rock-lined channels, ditches, outfalls, etc.;

b. Filter fence locations and details;

c. Temporary silt pond locations and details;

d. Rock check dam locations and details;

e. Temporary piping for steep slopes;

f. Vegetation matting locations, details and specifications;

g. Limits of clearing and grading activities.

4. A list of all other permits and dates applied for.

5. The posting of all guarantee sureties as required.

C. Weekend Work Approval Application Requirements. An application for a weekend work approval shall include the following information, unless specifically waived by the director. The basic plan requirements of subsection (B) of this section do not apply to this approval:

1. A request to work on specified Saturdays to be submitted no later than the Wednesday preceding the first requested Saturday. Each request is valid for three consecutive Saturdays;

2. Location of where work is to be performed.

D. Water Use Approval Application Requirements. An application for a water use approval shall include the following information, unless specifically waived by the director. The basic plan requirements of subsection (B) of this section do not apply to this approval:

1. A deposit as required by the director;

2. Proof of an acceptable backflow prevention device;

3. Proof of a current city of Lynnwood business license;

4. Location of hydrant(s) to be used;

5. Times of usage.

E. Water Meter Application Requirements. An application for a water meter shall include the following information, unless specifically waived by the director. The basic plan requirements of subsection (B) of this section do not apply to this approval:

1. A valid address for the property.

F. Water Main Permit Application Requirements. In addition to the plan submittal requirements listed in subsection (B) of this section, an application for a water main permit shall include the following information, unless specifically waived by the director:

1. The four sets of plans must also include specific information related to the existing and/or proposed water system as follows:

a. A professional engineer’s stamp on all sheets;

b. The existing water systems on the site;

c. The proposed water system including, but not limited to, the following:

i. Pipe lengths, types, sizes, etc.;

ii. Meter box locations and details;

iii. Fire hydrant locations and details;

iv. The locations and details of backflow prevention devices;

v. The locations and details of all valves, connections, anchors, etc.;

d. The locations of all building setback lines, easements and tracts.

G. Purity Test Application Requirements. An application for a purity test shall include the following information, unless specifically waived by the director. The basic plan requirements of subsection (B) of this section do not apply to this approval:

1. The location of where test is to be performed.

H. House Moving Permit Application Requirements. An application for a house moving permit shall include the following information in addition to the information as required in LMC 16.20.030, unless specifically waived by the director. The basic plan requirements of subsection (B) of this section do not apply to this approval:

1. A deposit as required by the director;

2. Proof of a current city of Lynnwood business license;

3. Proof of a valid contractor’s license;

4. A valid address for the properties where the house is originating from and where the house is to be moved;

5. Approvals from other jurisdictions;

6. Proof of completed sewer capping.

I. Side Sewer Installation Permit Application Requirements. In addition to the plan submittal requirements listed in subsection (B) of this section, an application for a side sewer installation permit shall include the following information, unless specifically waived by the director:

1. Payment of connection charges as required;

2. A valid address or location for the property;

3. Proof of a valid contractor’s license;

4. Proof of a current city of Lynnwood business license.

J. Sewer Main Installation Permit Application Requirements. In addition to the plan submittal requirements listed in subsection (B) of this section, an application for a sewer main installation permit shall include the following information, unless specifically waived by the director:

1. A valid address or location for the property;

2. Proof of a valid contractor’s license;

3. Proof of a current city of Lynnwood business license;

4. The four sets of plans must also include specific information related to the existing and/or proposed sewer system as follows:

a. A professional engineer’s stamp on all sheets;

b. The existing sewer systems on the site;

c. The proposed sewer systems including, but not limited to the following:

i. Pipe lengths, slopes, types, invert elevations, etc.;

ii. Manhole locations and details including types, invert elevations, etc.;

iii. Clean-out locations and details;

iv. Drop connection locations and details;

v. Backwater valve locations and details;

d. The location of all building setback lines, easements, and tracts;

e. A note on the plan requiring tracer tape or wire to be used during construction.

K. Sewer Capping Permit Application Requirements. An application for a sewer capping permit shall include the following information, unless specifically waived by the director. The basic plan requirements of subsection (B) of this section do not apply to this permit:

1. Proof of city of Lynnwood business license;

2. Proof of valid contractor’s license;

3. A valid address for the property.

L. Private Sewer System Permit Application Requirements. In addition to the plan submittal requirements listed in subsection (B) of this section, an application for a private sewer system permit shall include the following information, unless specifically waived by the director:

1. Proof of city of Lynnwood business license;

2. Proof of valid contractor’s license;

3. Proof of Snohomish County health district approval;

4. Location and details of proposed system.

M. Industrial Waste Limited Discharge Permit Application Requirements. An application for an industrial waste limited discharge permit shall include the following information, unless specifically waived by the director. The basic plan requirements of subsection (B) of this section do not apply to this permit:

1. A baseline monitoring report as required by LMC 14.60.503;

2. Estimates of production, flow, and presence of regulated pollutants;

3. All other information required by state or federal requirements.

N. Industrial Waste Discharge Permit Application Requirements. An application for an industrial waste discharge permit shall include the following information, unless specifically waived by the director. The basic plan requirements of subsection (B) of this section do not apply to this permit.

1. Identification of applicable Categorical Pretreatment Standards by the United States Environmental Protection Agency;

2. A baseline monitoring report as required by LMC 14.60.503;

3. Estimates of production, flow, and presence of regulated pollutants as required by LMC 14.60.503;

4. All other information required by state or federal requirements.

O. Cross-Connection Control Permit Application Requirements. In addition to the plan submittal requirements listed in subsection (B) of this section, an application for a cross-connection control permit shall include the following information, unless specifically waived by the director:

1. Location and details of existing and proposed systems;

2. A valid contractor’s license;

3. A current city of Lynnwood business license.

P. Right-of-Way Use Permit Application Requirements. In addition to the plan submittal requirements listed in subsection (B) of this section, an application for a right-of-way use permit shall include the following information, unless specifically waived by the director:

1. Proof of city of Lynnwood business license;

2. Proof of valid contractor’s license;

3. An approved traffic control plan;

4. A guarantee or bond in the amount of 150 percent of the right-of-way improvement costs;

5. The four sets of plans must also include specific information related to the existing and/or proposed improvements as follows:

a. A professional engineer’s stamp on all sheets;

b. The location of existing road right-of-way, pavement, shoulders, curbs, roadside features, etc.;

c. The location of all proposed features including, but not limited to, the following:

i. Handicap ramp locations and details;

ii. Mailbox locations and details;

iii. Grading contours and/or catch slopes;

iv. All proposed roadway centerline profiles;

v. Roadway sections showing proposed widths, and surfacing depths including the driving surfaces and sidewalks;

vi. The location and details of roadway signs;

vii. The location and details of proposed roadway cuts;

viii. All required traffic striping, signing and signalization;

ix. Sidewalk locations and details;

x. Survey monumentation of the proposed centerline;

xi. Right-of-way radii and pavement radii in turnarounds;

d. Details on the repair of any damaged or reconstructed pavement;

e. Details of all proposed driveways;

f. Curbline spot elevations at all intersections.

6. If any open cuts in existing rights-of-way are proposed, the applicant must submit all information as required by LMC 12.04.080.

7. If the barricading of any rights-of-way is proposed, the applicant must supply information as required by LMC 12.04.220.

Q. Road Improvement Permit Application Requirements. In addition to the plan submittal requirements listed in subsection (B) of this section, an application for a right-of-way use permit shall include the following information, unless specifically waived by the director:

1. An approved traffic control plan;

2. A guarantee or bond in the amount of 150 percent of the right-of-way improvement costs;

3. The four sets of plans must also include specific information related to the existing and/or proposed street system as follows:

a. A professional engineer’s stamp on all sheets;

b. The postmaster’s approval stamp for all new mailbox installations serving greater than 10 lots;

c. The location of existing road right-of-way, pavement, shoulders, curbs, roadside features, etc.;

d. The location of all proposed features including, but not limited to, the following:

i. Handicap ramp locations and details;

ii. Mailbox locations and details;

iii. Grading contours and/or catch slopes;

iv. All proposed roadway centerline profiles;

v. Roadway sections showing proposed widths and surfacing depths including the driving surfaces and sidewalks;

vi. The location and details of roadway signs;

vii. The location and details of proposed roadway cuts;

viii. All required traffic striping, signing and signalization;

ix. Sidewalk locations and details;

x. Survey monumentation of the proposed centerline;

xi. Right-of-way radii and pavement radii in turnarounds;

e. Details on the repair of any damaged or reconstructed pavement;

f. A note on the plan requiring a traffic control plan to be submitted prior to construction;

g. Details of all proposed driveways;

h. Curbline spot elevations at all intersections.

R. Storm Drainage Permit Application Requirements. In addition to the plan submittal requirements listed in subsection (B) of this section, an application for a storm drainage permit shall include the following information, unless specifically waived by the director:

1. Proof of city of Lynnwood business license;

2. Proof of valid contractor’s license;

3. The four sets of plans must also include specific information related to the existing and/or proposed storm drainage system as follows:

a. A professional engineer’s stamp on all sheets;

b. The existing stormwater systems on the site as required by LMC 13.40.050(B)(1);

c. The locations of all proposed features including, but not limited to, the following:

i. Grading contours and/or catch lines as required by LMC 13.40.050(B)(1);

ii. Pipe lengths, slopes, types, invert elevations, sizes, etc.;

iii. Trashrack locations and details;

iv. Energy dissipation features;

v. Private site connections, including residential lot stubs;

vi. Catch basin and manhole locations and details including types, grate and invert elevations;

vii. Stormwater storage control structures locations and details;

viii. Swales, ditches and ponds locations and details;

ix. Typical section for swales, ditches and ponds as required by LMC 13.40.070(A)(1);

x. Access to facilities locations and details;

xi. An emergency spillway for the stormwater retention/detention pond as required by LMC 13.40.070;

xii. Flood plain locations;

d. Notes and details showing pipe bedding;

e. The locations of all building setback lines, easements and tracts;

f. The location of any public parking used as retention/detention areas as allowed by LMC 13.40.070(A)(2);

g. A note on the plan requiring tracer tape or wire to be used during construction;

h. The identification of existing and proposed impervious surfaces as required by LMC 13.40.050;

4. Four copies of studies, performed by a qualified professional, that provide specific information related to the existing and/or proposed storm drainage system as follows:

a. Structural design calculations for vaults;

b. A description of the existing and proposed storm systems on the site as required by LMC 13.40.050(B)(2);

c. A downstream description as required by LMC 13.40.050;

d. On-site and off-site basin maps as required by LMC 13.40.050(B)(2);

e. The quantification of off-site and on-site flows for the pre-developed and developed site conditions as required by LMC 13.40.050(B)(2);

f. Calculations for proposed water quality features;

g. Calculations for retention/detention facilities as required by LMC 13.40.070(A)(2);

h. Calculations of orifice and/or weir sizing for control structures;

i. Calculation of emergency overflow spillway configuration as required by LMC 13.40.070(A)(2);

j. Calculations of all conveyance systems capacities and velocities;

k. Calculations of flood plain elevations;

5. The identification of any exemptions requested and the inclusion of all contents required by LMC 13.40.040(D);

6. The identification of any variances requested and the inclusion of all contents required by LMC 13.40.070(C);

7. The posting of all sureties required by LMC 13.40.100.

S. Tree Permit Application Requirements. In addition to the plan submittal requirements listed in subsection (B) of this section, an application for a tree permit shall include the following information, unless specifically waived by the director:

1. A plan showing the locations, sizes and types of all trees on the site and the identification of trees to be removed and/or areas to be cleared;

2. The percentage of trees to be removed on the site;

3. A guarantee or bond as required;

4. Status of applicant with respect to the land;

5. Written consent of the owner, if applicant is not the owner;

6. Name of person preparing any map, drawing, or diagram submitted with the application;

7. Diagram of the parcel of land, specifically designating the area or areas of proposed tree removal and/or clearing and the proposed use of such areas;

8. Designation of all diseased or damaged trees;

9. Designation of any trees endangering any roadway, pavement, or utility line;

10. Any proposed grade changes that might adversely affect or endanger any trees on the site and specifications of how to maintain them;

11. Purpose of tree removal (construction, street or roadway, driveway, recreation area, patio, parking lot, etc.);

12. All materials to be planted with an indication of size, species, and methods of planting;

13. Methods to be used to preserve all remaining trees and their root systems and the means of providing water and nutrients to their root systems.

T. Sensitive Areas Permit Application Requirements. In addition to the plan submittal requirements listed in subsection (B) of this section, an application for a sensitive areas permit shall include the following information, unless specifically waived by the director:

1. The four sets of plans must also include specific information related to the existing and/or proposed sensitive areas as follows:

a. The locations (survey specific), type (e.g., wetlands, streams, areas of potential geologic instability), and categories of all existing and proposed environmentally sensitive areas on the site;

b. The locations (survey specific) and widths of all existing and proposed sensitive area buffers on the site;

c. The locations (survey specific) of any native growth protection easements as required by this chapter;

d. The locations (survey specific) of any building setback lines as required by Chapter 17.10 LMC;

e. The locations and types of erosion and sediment control devices necessary to protect the sensitive areas, in addition to those devices required by other chapters of the Lynnwood Municipal Code;

f. The location of any existing or proposed trees adjacent to or contained within the sensitive areas;

g. Provisions for the protection of any existing or proposed trees during construction activities (i.e., protection fences at dripline);

h. The locations and lengths of all existing and proposed culverts on the site as allowed by LMC 17.10.073;

i. The locations and details of all sensitive area fencing, signing, easements or tracts, and/or monumentation as required by this chapter;

2. Four copies of studies, performed by a qualified professional, that provide specific information related to the existing and/or proposed sensitive areas as follows:

a. A delineation and rating of all sensitive areas on the site as required by this chapter;

b. A functions and values assessment of sensitive areas as required by this chapter;

c. The identification of all buffer widths proposed to be less than the standard widths as allowed by this chapter including all supporting documentation required for buffer reduction;

d. The identification of all buffer width averaging proposed as allowed by this chapter including all supporting documentation required for averaging;

e. A mitigation and/or enhancement plan prepared by a qualified professional as required by this chapter including but not limited to, the identification of compensation ratios for any alteration of sensitive areas, monitoring plan, contingency plan, assurance devices proposed, and construction techniques to be used;

f. A wildlife habitat assessment as required by LMC 17.10.082;

g. A geotechnical report per LMC 17.10.087 and 17.10.088 if alteration of an area of potential geologic instability is proposed;

h. The identification of contributing stormwater flows to the sensitive areas, including the location of on-site and off-site contributing basins;

i. A sequence describing the steps and order of all activities required to complete the construction application;

j. If special studies as outlined in LMC 17.10.045(B) are required, the study shall contain, but not be limited to:

i. The description of the impacts to any sensitive areas which are present on or adjoining the property for the permitted activity;

ii. A description of any plans for alteration or modification of the sensitive areas;

iii. Recommendations for avoiding or mitigating any identified impacts;

3. The identification of any reasonable use exceptions requested and the inclusion of all contents required by LMC 17.10.049;

4. Density bonus calculations per LMC 17.10.100;

5. The identification of any exceptions requested and the inclusion of all contents required by LMC 17.10.110;

6. The identification of any illegal alterations to sensitive areas per LMC 17.10.120;

7. The payment of any outstanding fines resulting from enforcement activities relating to violations of this chapter;

8. Any other information as specified by other sections of this chapter;

9. If plans submitted as a portion of a sensitive areas permit application include improvements that are regulated by other sections of this code (e.g., clearing and grading, storm drainage, water, sewer, streets) then the plans must also meet the submittal requirements of those sections.

U. Grading Permit Application Requirements. In addition to the plan submittal requirements listed in subsection (B) of this section, an application for a grading permit shall include the following information, unless specifically waived by the director:

1. Existing and proposed contours on the site;

2. Locations and details of any proposed retaining or facing structures.

V. Right-of-Way Vacation Application Requirements. In addition to the plan submittal requirements listed in subsection (B) of this section, an application for a grading permit shall include the following information, unless specifically waived by the director:

1. Existing and proposed contours on the site;

2. Locations and details of any proposed retaining or facing structures.

W. Right-of-Way Vacation Application Requirements. In addition to the plan submittal requirements listed in subsection (B) of this section, an application for a right-of-way vacation shall include the following information, unless specifically waived by the director:

1. A petition as described in LMC 12.16.020;

2. All required fees and other information as stipulated in Chapter 12.16 LMC.

X. Grease Interceptor Permit Application Requirements. In addition to the plan submittal requirements listed in subsection (B) of this section, an application for a grease interceptor permit shall include the following information, unless specifically waived by the director:

1. A valid address or location for the property;

2. Proof of a valid contractor’s license;

3. Proof of a current city of Lynnwood business license;

4. The four sets of plans must also include specific information related to the existing and/or proposed sewer system as follows:

a. The existing sewer systems on the site;

b. The proposed sewer system including, but not limited to the following:

i. Pipe lengths, slopes, types, invert elevations, etc.;

ii. Manhole locations and details including types, invert elevations, etc.;

iii. Clean-out locations and details;

iv. Grease interceptor notes and details;

c. The location of all building setback lines, easements, and tracts.

Y. Sewer Lateral Permit Application Requirements. In addition to the plan submittal requirements listed in subsection (B) of this section, an application for a sewer lateral permit shall include the following information, unless specifically waived by the director:

1. A valid address or location for the property;

2. Proof of a valid contractor’s license;

3. Lateral size, type, slope, location, etc.;

4. Proof of a current city of Lynnwood business license.

Z. Private Water Service Permit Application Requirements. In addition to the plan submittal requirements listed in subsection (B) of this section, an application for a private water service permit shall include the following information, unless specifically waived by the director:

1. A valid address for the property;

2. Service size, type, slope, location, etc.

AA. Land Clearing Permit Application Requirements. In addition to the plan submittal requirements listed in subsection (B) of this section, an application for a land clearing permit shall include the following information, unless specifically waived by the director:

1. Type of vegetation to be cleared;

2. Method of disposal.

BB. Water Main Connection Permit Application Requirements. In addition to the plan submittal requirements listed in subsection (B) of this section, an application for a water main connection permit shall include the following information, unless specifically waived by the director:

1. Proof of city of Lynnwood business license;

2. Proof of valid contractor’s license;

3. A valid address or location for where the connection is to be performed;

4. Size and type of mains.

CC. Fire Hydrant Inspection Permit Application Requirements. In addition to the plan submittal requirements listed in subsection (B) of this section, an application for a fire hydrant inspection permit shall include the following information, unless specifically waived by the director:

1. Proof of city of Lynnwood business license;

2. Proof of valid contractor’s license;

3. Detail of hydrants. (Ord. 2241 § 3, 1999; Ord. 2072 § 5, 1996)