19.07.050 Determination of completeness.
(1) Within 28 days after receiving an application, the city shall complete the plan review of the application and provide the applicant a written determination that the application is either complete or incomplete.
(2) An application shall be determined complete only when it contains all of the following information and materials:
(a) A fully completed and signed application.
(b) Applicable review fees.
(c) All information and materials required by the application form.
(d) A fully completed and signed environmental checklist for projects subject to review under the State Environmental Policy Act.
(e) The information specified for the desired project in the appropriate title of this code.
(f) A plot plan disclosing all existing and proposed structures and features applicable to the desired development, for example: parking, landscaping, preliminary drainage plans with supporting calculations, signs, setbacks, etc.
(g) Any additional information and materials identified at the formal preapplication meeting or required by applicable development standards, plans, policies or any other federal, state or local laws.
(h) Any supplemental information or special studies identified by the city.
(3) For applications determined to be incomplete, the city shall identify, in writing, the specific requirements, information or materials necessary to constitute a complete application. Within 14 days after its receipt of the additional requirements, information or materials, the city shall issue a determination of completeness or identify the additional requirements, information, or materials still necessary for completeness. Failure to submit the requested information within 60 days will result in a null and void application, with no refund of the filing fees.
(4) A determination of completeness shall identify, to the extent known, other local, state or federal agencies that may have jurisdiction over some aspect of the application.
(5) A determination of completeness shall not preclude the city from requesting additional information or studies if new information is required or a change in the proposed development occurs.
(6) Upon issuing a determination of completeness, the application materials, including the applicable SEPA review information, will be referred to appropriate agencies for review and comment. (Ord. 436 § 1, 2010)