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Shoreline Exemption Checklist <br />Updated October 2021 Page 2 of 2 <br /> SUBMITTAL REQUIREMENT DETAILS <br />Additional details on certain submittals are provided below to ensure Applicants are fully aware what <br />City staff will be looking for when an application is submitted to the City. <br />a. MASTER PERMIT APPLICATION: Use this form to indicate all requested land use permits and <br />other key information about your proposed project. <br />b. AGENT AUTHORIZATION FORM: Use this form to authorize someone other than the <br />property owner to apply for permits. <br />c. JARPA: If the proposed scope of work is occurring below the Ordinary High Water Mark <br />(OHWM) or if another agency permit is required, a JARPA is needed. <br />d. PROJECT NARRATIVE: The narrative should include the following, the work proposed; <br />construction /work methods; type of equipment to be used; project time frame; proposed cut & <br />fill volumes; source & composition of cut & fill; proposed clearing; location of sanitary sewer, <br />potable water, stormwater; access; location of critical areas on the subject property or within <br />300 feet of it. In the narrative also list the underlying shoreline environment/designation and <br />provide details as to how your project achieves consistency with the Shoreline Master Program <br />(SMP), policies, and development regulations (DR). <br />e. PHOTOGRAPHS: If the shoreline exemption is for normal repair and maintenance, photos of <br />the existing structure(s) are required. <br />f. CRITICAL AREAS REPORT: In general, Critical Area reports are required when wetlands, <br />streams, habitat conservation areas, geologically hazardous areas, shorelines, or aquifer <br />recharge areas are located on or near a site, as identified in SMP Appendix A <br />g. HABITAT ASSESSMENT: All new overwater and near shore developments require habitat <br />assessments of site and adjacent beaches to determine that no net loss of ecological function <br />and value would occur; mitigation may be required. Such assessment must be prepared in <br />accordance with SMP Appendix A-5.2. <br />h. SITE PLAN: This should be drawn to scale and include: <br />• Property and project site boundaries <br />• Location, identification, dimensions and size of all existing and proposed buildings and other <br />structures, including the setbacks <br />i. CLEARING & GRADING PLANS: This should include the development proposal, including <br />grading and clearing limits and areas of proposed impacts to critical areas and/or buffers <br />(include square footage estimates). Depending on the scope of the project, stormwater <br />management plans may be required. <br />j. SEPA CHECKLIST: Unless a project is categorically exempt, an environmental checklist is <br />required to be completed and submitted. Inquire with staff to determine if needed.