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1 The words that have highlights are the information that is often missed and the application will not be accepted unless everything applicable on this list has been submitted. Yes No N/A 1 2 (Two) Complete sets (One extra floor plan) of legible plans drawn to scale, showing conformance to the applicable local and state building codes. Lateral design details and connections must be incorporated into the plans or on a separate full size sheet attached to the plans with cross-references between plan location and details. Plan review cannot be completed if copyright violations are evident. For approved Master Plans, submit the stamped re-issue set with two additional sets of plans. 2 2 (Two) Site/Plot plans drawn to scale and the scale used noted on the plot plan. The plan must show: North arrow, lot and building setback dimensions; property corner elevations (if there is more than 1- ft. elevation differential, the site plan must show contour lines at 2-ft. intervals for a distance away from the building); location of easements and driveway, street names, footprint of structure (including decks), location of wells/septic systems, utility locations, any known fill sites or landslide hazard areas, direction indicator, lot area, impervious area, existing structures on site, and surface drainage. Please provide the percentage of the slope and if the slope is a north facing or south facing slope. If canyon rim property, provide and meet requirements of the Redmond Development Code Section development standard along the perimeter of the canyon. If driveway cut or sidewalk permits will be issued, show location(s) and dimensions on plot plans. Driveway approaches should include wings (minimum cut width is 20', maximum is 33' - see back of this form for details). 3 Foundation plan and Cross Section. Show footing and foundation dimensions, size and dept of all enlarged footing s for point loads, anchor bolts, any hold-downs and reinforcing steel, connection details, foundation vent size and location. 4 Floor plans. Show all dimensions, room identification, door and window sizes and locations, location of smoke detectors, water heater, HVAC equipment, ventilation fans, plumbing fixtures, balconies and decks 30 inches above grade, etc. 5 Cross sections(s) and details. Show all framing member sizes and spacing such as floor beams, headers, joists, sub-floor, wall construction, roof construction. More than one cross section may be required to clearly portray construction. Show details of all wall and roof sheathing, roofing, roof slope, ceiling height, siding material, footings and foundation, stairs, fireplace construction, thermal insulation, etc. 6 Elevation view. Provide elevations for new construction; minimum of two elevations for additions and remodels. Exterior elevations must reflect the actual grade if the change is greater than 1-ft. at building envelope. Full size sheet addendums showing foundation elevations with cross-references are acceptable. 7 Wall bracing (prescriptive path) and/or lateral analysis plans. Building plans must show construction details and locations of lateral brace panels; for non -prescriptive path analysis provide specifications and calculations to engineering standards. 8 Floor/roof framing plans are required for all floors/roof assemblies indicating member sizing, spacing and bearing locations, nailing and connection detail. Show location of attic ventilation. For engineered systems, provide manufacture engineer stamped floor/truss design details. 9 Beam calculations. Provide two sets of calculations using current code design values for all beams and multiple joists exceeding prescriptive code requirements, and/or any beam joist carrying a non-uniform load. 10 Energy Code Compliance. Compliance with ORSC Table N1101.1(1) and (2) additional measures from ORSC Table N1101.1(2). Two Additional Measure #. NEW Planning Article I & III Zoning Standards Minimum Residential Design Standards Section , Architectural Design Standards Section , Fence Standards Section and Street Trees Section See attached details of new code sections. I hereby certify that I have read and examined this checklist and know that if the information that is applicable to my application is not submitted, my building permit will be deemed incomplete and the plan review will not be completed until all the information is received by the Building Department. I understand that once the plan review is complete, I am responsible for all plan review fees. By signing below, I agree to pay any additional plan review fees not covered by my deposit, whether this permit is issued or not. Signature of Owner or Applicant Date 1

2 Wall (Façade) Design- Required Elements a. 40% fenestration of the first story front façade and 10% fenestration on the public facing sides and rear facades to include a variety of windows, doors, louvers, vents, and curtain walls. *Fenestration is any puncture into the wall of the façade, such as windows and doors. Please provide the following information. The proposed house has the following square footages of: (Rear, Left and Right only needed if facing a street or public space) Front Rear Left Right Windows: sq ft sq ft sq ft sq ft Doors: sq ft sq ft sq ft sq ft Garage Door: sq ft sq ft sq ft sq ft Vents: sq ft sq ft sq ft sq ft Other: sq ft sq ft sq ft sq ft Total: sq ft sq ft sq ft sq ft Length of Façade (L) Height of first story (H) Provide Façade Area L x H = AREA % Req d Total Required Amount of fenestration AREA x (% Req d) Proposed Amount of fenestration Pass/ Fail SAMPLE Front 50 feet 9 feet 50 feet x 9 feet = 450 sq ft x x.40 = 180 sq ft 200 sq ft Pass/ Fail Front x.40 Pass/ Fail Rear x.10 Pass/ Fail Left x.10 Pass/ Fail Right x.10 Pass/ Fail Ver 3.0 2

3 Wall Design. The sole use of T-111 on all sides is not allowed. Is T-111 proposed on all sides? Circle one ( Yes/ No ) b. Window trim or surround (casing) at least 3.5 inches wide that completely surrounds the window; Is this proposed on all sides and all windows? Circle one ( Yes/ No ) c. (1) Band course, band molding, bellyband, belt course or similar horizontal element that runs the entire width of the front façade of relatively slight projection; Is this proposed on the front? Circle one ( Yes/ No ) (2) and at the break of the second floor (if one exists) Is this proposed? Circle one ( Yes/ No ) (3) and at the line made by the lower roofline at the gable end except when single wall panel systems are used; Is this proposed? Circle one ( Yes/ No ) d. Variation in wall siding, wall surface pattern or decorative materials if an area above the highest band course exists, it must contain a different siding material than the area below the band on walls that front onto public spaces; Is this Variation in siding shown for the Front? Circle one (Yes/ No or N/A ) Is this a Corner Lot or abutting a Public Space? Circle one (Yes/ No) If Yes, is this Variation in siding shown for this view? Circle one (Yes/ No) e. Recessed or covered front entry at least 20 square feet, with a minimum 4 foot depth measured from the front door. If columns are used they must be decorative and no less than 6 x 6. Plain support columns are not allowed. Is this proposed? Circle one ( Yes/ No ) Are columns used? Circle one ( Yes/ No ) Are the columns decorative, not plain supports? Circle one ( Yes/ No ) 3

4 Wall Design- Additional Elements A minimum of five (5) façade elements shall be used on the front elevation and three (3) wall design elements shall be used on the sides that front onto public spaces and rear elevations of the structure. FRONT: (5) FIVE REQUIRED (check boxes) Box window, shelf and/or under-window planter box unit that is designed to accommodate live plants, watering/drainage and projects at least 6 inches outward from the wall plane; Windows with multi-paned sashes, operable sashes, or windows that are elliptical, round, arched, bay, semi-circular or similar design; Shutters, as a matched pair for windows, either decorative, fixed or movable; Balconies or decks of at least 2 foot depth and 5 feet in width, accessed by a door and enclosed by railing or parapet; Decorative garage doors, with or without windows, including patterning relief over the door surface; Vertical offsets, at least two, either projecting or recessed at least 6 inches deep and a minimum of 4 feet long; Horizontal offsets, at least two, either projecting or recessed at least 6 inches deep; A minimum of two columns or pilasters, complete or engaged; engaged tower, with the design being square, rectangular, circular or polygonal in form; Exterior wall (or portion) and/or chimney of brick, stone, composite, masonry or other similar materials; Enclosed soffits; 1 ½ caliper tree in front landscape area, in addition to required street trees; Eave greater than 12 inches in depth, including extended soffit details; Other elements as approved by the Community Development Director. * Graphic and definition of Vertical and Horizontal off-set on Page 12 4

5 REAR: (3) THREE REQUIRED (check boxes) Box window, shelf and/or under-window planter box unit that is designed to accommodate live plants, watering/drainage and projects at least 6 inches outward from the wall plane; Windows with multi-paned sashes, operable sashes, or windows that are elliptical, round, arched, bay, semi-circular or similar design; Shutters, as a matched pair for windows, either decorative, fixed or movable; Balconies or decks of at least 2 foot depth and 5 feet in width, accessed by a door and enclosed by railing or parapet; Decorative garage doors, with or without windows, including patterning relief over the door surface; Vertical offsets, at least two, either projecting or recessed at least 6 inches deep and a minimum of 4 feet long; Horizontal offsets, at least two, either projecting or recessed at least 6 inches deep; A minimum of two columns or pilasters, complete or engaged; engaged tower, with the design being square, rectangular, circular or polygonal in form; Exterior wall (or portion) and/or chimney of brick, stone, composite, masonry or other similar materials; Enclosed soffits; 1 ½ caliper tree in rear or side landscape area; Covered entry feature over secondary doors, separate from eave; Covered rear patio or porch; Eave greater than 12 inches in depth, including extended soffit details; Where gable ends are proposed, at least three (3) gable end elements such as windows, decorative vent cover, decorated verge boards, trusses, false beams, corbels, brackets, molding, rake, fascia, cornice return treatments, or other decorative elements in gable ends shall be used; and, Other elements as approved by the Community Development Director. 5

6 Is this property a corner lot? Circle one ( Yes/ No ) Is this property facing a public space, park or school Circle one ( Yes/ No ) If No, then this section is done. If Yes, then the following SIDE: (3) THREE REQUIRED (check boxes) Box window, shelf and/or under-window planter box unit that is designed to accommodate live plants, watering/drainage and projects at least 6 inches outward from the wall plane; Windows with multi-paned sashes, operable sashes, or windows that are elliptical, round, arched, bay, semi-circular or similar design; Shutters, as a matched pair for windows, either decorative, fixed or movable; Balconies or decks of at least 2 foot depth and 5 feet in width, accessed by a door and enclosed by railing or parapet; Decorative garage doors, with or without windows, including patterning relief over the door surface; Vertical offsets, at least two, either projecting or recessed at least 6 inches deep and a minimum of 4 feet long; Horizontal offsets, at least two, either projecting or recessed at least 6 inches deep; A minimum of two columns or pilasters, complete or engaged; engaged tower, with the design being square, rectangular, circular or polygonal in form; Exterior wall (or portion) and/or chimney of brick, stone, composite, masonry or other similar materials; Enclosed soffits; 1 ½ caliper tree in rear or side landscape area; Covered entry feature over secondary doors, separate from eave; Covered rear patio or porch; Eave greater than 12 inches in depth, including extended soffit details; Where gable ends are proposed, at least three (3) gable end elements such as windows, decorative vent cover, decorated verge boards, trusses, false beams, corbels, brackets, molding, rake, fascia, cornice return treatments, or other decorative elements in gable ends shall be used; and, Other elements as approved by the Community Development Director. 6

7 HOUSE REPETITION REVIEW In order to meet code requirements, repeating the same house plan in close proximity is not allowed. Is this house design replication near this property? Circle one (Yes/ No ) Did you provide a master plan for the development? Circle one (Yes/ No ) Did you provide photo evidence of non-replication? Circle one (Yes/ No ) Please provide photos of the 2 houses to the Left of the House (A & B) Please provide photos of the 2 houses to the Right of the House (C & D) Please provide photo of house across the street (E) 7

8 LANDSCAPING AND STREET TREES Landscaping front and corner yards is required. Landscaping can include grass, shrubs, trees, bark mulch, decorative rock, etc. Number of Street Trees Required. 1 Tree for 50 feet and less (Lot Width). 2 Trees for feet (Lot Width). 3 Trees for feet (Lot Width) Circle One (Yes or No) Circle One (Yes or No) Circle One (Yes or No) Circle One (Yes or No) Circle One (Yes or No) Landscaping Plan A landscaping plan was submitted with the building permit. Screening of Mechanical Equipment (and Trash Storage Areas) All exterior ground mounted mechanical equipment areas shall be entirely screened from view on all sides at the ground/eye level line of sight by a sight obscuring fence or wall, with such fences or walls or sight obscuring landscaping at least three (3) feet in height at installation. Front Door A front door that is visible from the public street frontage (front yard) and an identifiable pedestrian connection between the front door and the public sidewalk is required. Garage Will this lot have a 1-car garage (min.) and a driveway with a width and size of 18 x 20 (minimum)? Paving Will the driveway be paved with either concrete or asphalt? If No, the applicant must discuss with Community Development Staff and review against RDC

9 Building Design Elements Please check the appropriate boxes below. Roof Design. A minimum of three (3) roof design elements shall be used on all four elevations of the structures. Roof Design Elements include: a. Pitched or sloping roof; b. Variations in roof orientation; c. Variations in roof pitch, height of roof planes; d. Dormer, such as hipped, gabled, shed, or eyebrow dormer or similar design e. Eave of at least 12 inches; and, f. Overhang of at least 6 inches using fascia, or bargeboard fixed to the Gable end to hide the truss tails, rafter ends or roof timbers. ////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// Article I, Zoning Standards Architectural Design Standards for Single Family Dwellings and Duplexes 1. Purpose. The purpose of the Architectural Design Standards for Single Family Dwellings and Duplexes is to promote and sustain: A. High quality development throughout a variety of housing choices; B. A diversity of individual styles that incorporate positive design characteristics throughout the City; and, C. Excellence in architectural design that: 1. Enhances the visual environment and character of the community; 2. Preserves and protects property values, as well as public and private infrastructure investment; 3. Conveys a sense of balance, integrity and character among all neighborhoods throughout the City; and, 4. Elevates the attractiveness and quality of life in Redmond. 2. Intent. The intent of the Architectural Design Standards for Single Family Dwellings and Duplexes is to: A. Maintain flexibility for a variety of architectural style to be developed throughout the City; B. Establish a basis for architectural character for each dwelling, regardless of architectural style; C. Continue to allow innovations in design that recognize emerging technologies such as solar and wind power, telecommunications, and environmentally conscious construction methods; D. Provide an integral relationship between the quality of the dwelling and the quality of the public and private infrastructure of the neighborhood; and, E. Promote quality design characteristics that will enhance the long-term desirability of the dwelling, neighborhood and community as an attractive place to live. 3. Procedure. New single family dwellings and duplexes shall be reviewed for conformance with the requirements listed in this Section, subject to the procedures outlined below: A. Track 1. Conformance with Section (5), below. An application demonstrating conformance with Section (5) shall be submitted to and reviewed by the Community Development Director or designee. Conformance with the objective standards included in Section (5) shall be shown on the architectural plans submitted with the building permit application and administered as part of the plan review process. These applications are reviewed administratively by City of Redmond Planning Staff. 9

10 B. Track 2. As an alternative to the procedure for Review as a Development Action as listed in Section (3)(A) above (in cases where the proposed design does not, or the applicant chooses not to comply with the requirements of Section (5)), an application may be submitted to the Community Development Director which demonstrates conformance with the Purpose and Intent of this Section as listed in Sections (1) and (2), above. These applications are reviewed administratively by City of Redmond Planning Staff, unless the Community Development Director determines that a public hearing is necessary, in which case the application will be reviewed to the Hearings Body. The Community Development Director may also approve other architectural designs or design elements not listed in this section, approve exceptions or uniquely identifiable house styles provided they comply with the intent of this section. C. Design Review for Manufactured and Mobile Homes not within approved mobile home parks: Some manufactured homes and mobile homes may not be able to fully comply with the requirements above. In those cases the following features are required. 1. At least one covered porch; 2. Changes in wall siding material on 3 sides; 3. Band courses on 3 sides; and, 4. One additional tree. These applications are reviewed administratively by City of Redmond Planning Staff, unless the Community Development Director determines that a public hearing is necessary, in which case the application will be reviewed to the Hearings Body. 4. Application and Approval Process. The applications for either a Track 1 or Track 2 review as specified in Sections (3)(A) and (B) above, shall be submitted prior to or in conjunction with an application for a building permit. Building permits will not be issued until the design review action is completed and approved by the City. The application shall be submitted on a form prescribed by the City with an accompanying fee. 5. Architectural Design Standards. Although specific architectural styles (i.e. craftsman, colonial, tudor) are not mandated, single family dwelling and duplex design shall conform with the following standards: A. Screening of Mechanical Equipment and Trash Storage Areas. All exterior ground mounted mechanical equipment areas shall be entirely screened from view on all sides at the ground/eye level line of sight by either utilizing a sight obscuring fence or wall, with such fences or walls being maintained in perpetuity or sight obscuring landscaping at least three (3) feet in height at installation. Solar power, wind power, satellite dish or other equipment necessitating placement on walls or roofs for normal operation are exempt from this provision, excluding all HVAC equipment. B. Building Design. 1. Architectural Design. To discourage the appearance of the same, similar or tract-type housing, the following is required: The same, similar, or tract home designs must be separated by at least two (2) lots on either side of the home and not be directly across the street from one another. This is required for single family dwellings and duplexes with the same or very similar design when viewed from the street frontages. The same or very similar designs are those which consist of mirror image elevations, or exterior elevations of the same basic design which utilize different colors, materials or ornamentation. This also includes similar elevations not substantially modified by use of altered rooflines, projections, garage doors, orientation, or glazing materials. The Community Development Director or designee shall be allowed to interpret what constitutes the same or very similar designs. 2. Roof Design. Most architectural styles utilize a related set of roof elements that compliment and help establish the overall style and character of a dwelling. A minimum of three (3) roof design elements shall be used on all four elevations of the structures. Roof Design Elements include: a. Pitched or sloping roof; b. Variations in roof orientation; c. Variations in roof pitch, height of roof planes; 10

11 d. Dormer, such as hipped, gabled, shed, or eyebrow dormer or similar design e. Eave of at least 12 inches; and, f. Overhand of at least 6 inches using fascia, or bargeboard fixed to the gable end to hide the truss tails, rafter ends or roof timbers. 3. Wall Design. In addition to the elements in a-e below: a minimum of five (5) façade elements shall be used on the front elevation and three (3) wall design elements shall be used on the sides that front onto public spaces and rear elevations of the structure. Multiple siding treatments are highly encouraged; the sole use of T-111 on all sides is not allowed. a. 40% fenestration of the first story front façade and 10% fenestration on the public facing sides and rear facades to include a variety of windows, doors, louvers, vents, and curtain walls. b. Window trim or surround (casing) at least 3.5 inches wide that completely surrounds the window; c. Band course, band molding, bellyband, belt course or similar horizontal element that runs the entire width of the front façade of relatively slight projection; and at the break of the second floor (if one exists) and at the line made by the lower roofline at the gable end except when single wall panel systems are used; d. Variation in wall siding, wall surface pattern or decorative materials if an area above the highest band course exists, it must contain a different siding material than the area below the band on walls that front onto public spaces; e. Recessed or covered front entry at least 20 square feet, with a minimum 4 foot depth measured from the front door. If columns are used they must be decorative and no less than 6 x 6. Plain support columns are not allowed. f. Box window, shelf and/or under-window planter box unit that is designed to accommodate live plants, watering/drainage and projects at least 6 inches outward from the wall plane; g. Windows with multi-paned sashes, operable sashes, or windows that are elliptical, round, arched, bay, semi-circular or similar design; h. Shutters, as a matched pair for windows, either decorative, fixed or movable; i. Balconies or decks of at least 2 foot depth and 5 feet in width, accessed by a door and enclosed by railing or parapet; j. Decorative garage doors, with or without windows, including patterning relief over the door surface; k. Vertical offsets, at least two, either projecting or recessed at least 6 inches deep and a minimum of 4 feet long; l. Horizontal offsets, at least two, either projecting or recessed at least 6 inches deep; m. A minimum of two columns or pilasters, complete or engaged; engaged tower, with the design being square, rectangular, circular or polygonal in form; n. Exterior wall (or portion) and/or chimney of brick, stone, composite, masonry or other similar materials; o. Enclosed soffits; p. 1 ½ caliper tree in front landscape area, in addition to required street trees; q. 1 ½ caliper tree in rear or side landscape area; r. Covered entry feature over secondary doors, separate from eave; s. Covered rear patio or porch; t. Eave greater than 12 inches in depth, including extended soffit details; u. Where gable ends are proposed, at least three (3) gable end elements such as windows, decorative vent cover, decorated verge boards, trusses, false beams, corbels, brackets, molding, rake, fascia, cornice return treatments, or other decorative elements in gable ends shall be used; and, v. Other elements as approved by the Community Development Director. 11

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