Public Works Department
For any questions, you can contact Dave Schoonover, Public Works Director, at 360.966.3411 ext. 1300 or email@example.com.
The City of Everson uses Vendor Rosters through Municipal Research Services Center (MRSC). Please visit their website to enroll your business http://mrscrosters.org/.
Our Building Department is here to serve the public by ensuring safe building practices, answer questions, and provide code information to the public. For further information please contact the Building Department at (360) 966-3411. You may also e-mail City of Everson's Certified Building Official, Jack Faulkner at firstname.lastname@example.org .
The Building Department processes all building, plumbing, mechanical, and other miscellaneous permits (sign, fence, etc). For electrical permits and inspections please contact the Department of Labor & Industries at 360.647.7300. An original building permit application, two sets of drawings and all related forms are required. Review time varies based on the type of project. Payment is due at the time of issuance. Inspections are scheduled Monday-Friday, from 8:30-12:00 and 1:00-4:30 pm. Please call in advance, 24-hour notice is required.
A City of Everson business license is required for all retail businesses, contractors and sub-contractors. Contractor registration numbers are verified through the Washington State Labor and Industries.
FLOOD PLAIN INFORMATION
Additional information may be obtained from the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP). Please contact the City Planner, Rollin Harper for specific local questions at (360) 966-3411. You may also e-mail the City Planner at email@example.com.
Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) or Drones
Rules for Operation:
Regulated by the FAA - www.faa.gov/uas/getting_started/
- Read and understand all safety guidelines
- Must be a U.S. citizen or legal permanent resident
Please follow these rules when operating UAS in City limits:
- Fly at or below 400 feet
- Always keep your drone within sight
- Operate drones in daylight hours only
- Never fly near other aircraft, especially near airports
- Never fly over groups of people
- Never fly over stadiums or sports events
- Never fly near emergency response efforts such as fires
- Never fly under the influence
- Be aware of airspace requirements
- No careless or reckless operations
- Drone operators are responsible for any injury or damage caused by the drone