The zoning code "Permitted Uses" table lists allowed uses for each zone (see Stanwood Municipal Code Chapter 17.30.040).
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Zoning will depend on whether the property is in the City limits and what zone it is located in. Please refer to the Zoning Map:
For more information, please refer to the Stanwood Municipal Code. To ask more detailed questions about your zoning and/or regulations, contact a City Planner at 360-454-5220.
The zoning code "Development Standards Table" lists setbacks, heights, lot coverage, density, and other requirements for each zone (see Stanwood Municipal Code Chapter 17.60).
Long range plans for a particular property depend on where you live. Please refer to the City’s Comprehensive Plan maps.
Code Enforcement issues, complaints, or questions can be directed to the City’s Code Compliance Officer at 360-454-5208.
The type of approval needed depends upon the location, size, and details of the project. The City’s Community Development Department has developed a Master Permit Application for all land use projects, so only one application will be needed. Each type of land use approval will have a checklist, depending on the type of project, and each checklist will tell you how many copies of each item that you will need to submit with your project. Contact the City Planner for the types of checklist(s) that you may need at 360-454-5220.
Review times are directly dependent on the type of project, the type and number of permits needed, and the quality of the submittal.
For inspections, contact the Building Inspection Scheduling line at 360-454-5217 and leave a message with:
We require at least 24 hours notice prior to an inspection request.
The data the city refers to for property information is located on the Assessor’s Office website via the Snohomish County Online Property Information Interactive Map (SCOPI) and is not suitable for locating specific property lines and measurements. The City recommends you find a survey that may have been done for your property, look at your title report for past surveys or hire a surveyor to locate your property lines.