Q: When are frontage improvements required?

A: Frontage improvements are triggered for construction of residential infill lots, non-residential tenant improvements, new commercial or the expansion of commercial buildings, and subdivision of land via short and major plats. See Puyallup Municipal Code (PMC) 11.08.135 for the thresholds and specific requirements. When frontage improvements are required, if there is existing vertical curb along the site, the project can conduct this work via a right of way permit. If there is no existing vertical curb, a civil permit will be necessary.  

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1. Q: Which Stormwater Manual is applicable to development applications within the City of Puyallup?
2. Q: Is my property located within the City of Puyallup?
3. Q: Does the City have an online map system for public use?
4. Q: How much does development within the City of Puyallup cost?
5. Q: What do I need to submit for my permit application?
6. Q: Where can I find city standards and design standards?
7. Q: Does the city have standardized traffic control plans for obstruction of the public right of way?
8. Q: How do I schedule a project inspection?
9. Q: When are frontage improvements required?
10. Q: Can I place fill dirt on my property?
11. Q: When is a clear fill and grade permit required?
12. Q: When is the “wet season” for stormwater testing?
13. Q: Do I need a permit to repair my water or sewer service on private property?
14. Q: Is there any leniency for DOE required “wet season monitoring”?
15. Q: What development is happening in my neighborhood?
16. Q: Can I place a temporary dumpster or shipping containers in front of my house?
17. Q: Do I need a permit to install cement patios or walkways on private property?
18. Q: Do I need a permit to repair my driveway?
19. If you didn’t find the answers you were looking for in the FAQs