permits Section

B-TOWN BIZ: LA Fitness files for permits for former SAAR’s/Staples spot

B-TOWN BIZ: LA Fitness files for permits for former SAAR’s/Staples spot

LA Fitness, which is planning on moving into the space formerly occupied by SAAR’s and Staples, has filed for permit applications for improvements on the property at 14905 4th Ave SW. According to a... [Read more]

FOLLOWUP: Homeowner responsible for damaging Indian Trail arrested

FOLLOWUP: Homeowner responsible for damaging Indian Trail arrested

The homeowner responsible for damaging the “Sunset” portion of the Indian Trail in Burien’s Three Tree Point neighborhood was arrested Tuesday morning (July 16), and all work at his home... [Read more]

B-TOWN BIZ: Burien Fred Meyer Will Begin Remodel/Expansion of Store

B-TOWN BIZ: Burien Fred Meyer Will Begin Remodel/Expansion of Store

The City of Burien announced in its most recent newsletter (download PDF here) that plumbing, mechanical, electrical, and building permits have been issued for a remodel of the Fred Meyer store, located... [Read more]

Health Dept. Closes CARES Animal Shelter; Could Re-Open Next Week

Health Dept. Closes CARES Animal Shelter; Could Re-Open Next Week

The Burien CARES Animal Shelter, located at 909 SW 151st Street. Photo by Scott Schaefer. by Jack Mayne A new Burien animal shelter could be allowed to begin housing and offering animals for adoption as... [Read more]

Design Permits, Call For Bids For New Fire Station HQ Coming Soon

Design Permits, Call For Bids For New Fire Station HQ Coming Soon

by Ralph Nichols Applications for permits for the new Burien/Normandy Park headquarters station are expected to go to city planners for review by late next week. Fire Chief Mike Marrs told The B-Town Blog... [Read more]

King County Offering Free Home Earthquake Retrofit Permits

King County Offering Free Home Earthquake Retrofit Permits

With all the news of recent earthquakes, it’s no surprise that on Monday (April 5) King County’s Department of Development and Environmental Services (DDES) decided to offer citizens in unincorporated... [Read more]

In Attempt To Offset Permit Fees, Cove To Clover Issues Challenge To City Of Burien

In Attempt To Offset Permit Fees, Cove To Clover Issues Challenge To City Of Burien

The organizers of Cove to Clover, the 5k fundraiser race for the Highline Area Food Bank coming March 14th, are issuing a “friendly challenge” to the City of Burien, including councilmembers... [Read more]

Temporary Occupancy Approved For Highline Medical Center’s New E.R.

Temporary Occupancy Approved For Highline Medical Center’s New E.R.

by Ralph Nichols Burien building inspectors have granted temporary occupancy approval to Highline Medical Center’s new three-story Emergency Department and Patient Care Unit – leaving only... [Read more]