Land Use Information

Land use is headed by Andy Huddleston, the Community Development Department’s interim director. If you have any questions regarding land use you can email him at ahuddleston@pendoreille.org or call our department at 1-509-447-4821.

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  • Application for Appeal

    This application is for the appealing of decisions made by the Planning Director (Community Development Department) or of those made by the Planning Commission.

  • Binding Site Plan & Master Planned Resort Application

    Original plans must be adhered to unless renegotiated between the building owner and the County. There may be request for mitigation of different factors. The application must be preliminarily approved by the Planning Commission and will ultimately be decided upon by the Board of County Commissioners.

  • Condtional Use Permit

    Commercial uses of property require that landowners seek a Conditional Use Permit for their property.

  • Site Analysis Application

    This form will require a line drawing of the property where a project is occurring. The sketch will include the dimensions of your parcel and the distances between the different elements of your property.

  • Land Owner Cionsent Form

    A form authorizing an applicant to act on behalf of the property owner for the purposes of submitting applications for different County permits relating to building and land use.

  • Comprehensive Plan Text Ammendment Application

    An application to change the language or content of the Pend Oreille Comprehensive Plan. For those seeking to rezone a property, please use the Rezone Future Land Use Amendment application.

  • Re-Zone Future Land Use Map

    Future Land Use Map Amendments shall be processed as a Class 4 Permit (decision made by the Board of County Commissioners and appeals to be heard by the Eastern Washington Growth Management Hearings Board) based on a finding that the development activity is consistent with applicable County Development Regulations and the Goals and Policies of the adopted Comprehensive Plan.

  • RV Park Application

    If considering putting in an RV park, this is the specific application for that process. This is a class 2 application and will ultimately be decided upon by the Planning Commission in a public hearing.

  • Variance Application

    Variance Applications are needed when development regulations cannot be met, but a property owner would like to pursue a project. The most frequent instances of this are when parcels dimensions or geography do not allow for regulations to be met. Variances are a class 2 permit and are decided upon by the Planning Commission in a public hearing.

  • Special Use Permit Application

    These permits are for large events or temporary projects. The County will seek to determine and mitigate any negative impacts from such special uses. This is a class 1 permit and will be decided upon by the Community Development Director.

  • Clearing and Grading Permit

    Clearing and Grading of more than 1 acre requires that this application be filled out. There is no fee associated with this permit.