1. Online Permit Center
    NEW ONLINE PERMIT CENTER NOW AVAILABLE!
    San Juan County has a new online permit center (also known as “SmartGov”) where you can search for permits and request code enforcement. Searching for permits and checking permit status is available to the public without an account.  You will need an application number, applicant last name, or parcel number to search.  A helpful search guide is found here: San Juan County Permit Search Instructions.  Links to the new online permit center are found on the Community Development Web page or at the following link: San Juan County Online Permit Center


  1. News Flash
  2. Calendar
  1. Being prepared for an oil spill in San Juan County

    Only a few short days after the San Juan County Fair last month local marine and cultural resources experts joined with members of IOSA (Islands Oil Spill Association), MSRC (Marine Spill Response Corporation), the US Coastguard and WA State Department Read on...
  2. THE NEW ONLINE PERMIT CENTER IS NOW AVAILABLE!

    San Juan County has a new online permit center (also known as “SmartGov”) where you can search for permits, request code enforcement, pay fees, and request inspections. Searching for permits and checking permit status is available without an account. Read on...
  3. Draft Land Capacity Analysis Report Available for Review

    The first draft of the Land Capacity Analysis Report is now available for public comment. The public comment period goes through October 25, 2019. Read on...
  4. September 20 Planning Commission Agenda Posted

    The September 20, 2019 Planning Commission Agenda is posted on the County’s website. Read on...
  5. Residential Burn Season Opens Monday, September 30 - Burn permits now available for purchase online

    Residential burn permits for the 2019- 2020 season are now available for purchase online through the new San Juan County Online Permit Center. The permit will be valid beginning September 30. COMMERCIAL BURN PERMITS ARE NOT OPEN AT THIS TIME Read on...
  6. Fire Extinguisher Recall

    The US Consumer Product Safety Commission announced a recall of more than 40 million Kidde disposable fire extinguishers. Read on...
  7. JURY DUTY: SEPTEMBER 16 - 20, 2019

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