Yes No - Project is located within an area approved for public sanitary sewer
pursuant to the applicable sewer purveyor’s Comprehensive Plan and complies with all
requirements of that purveyor for obtaining sewer service, including any conditions as
appropriate for improvements necessary to meet the applicable standards set forth in
sewer requirements adopted by the purveyor.
Yes No In Urban Growth Areas – Project impact will not increase the LOS need of
1 officer per 1,000 population served or per 100 acres of developed commercial or
industrial property, whichever is higher.
Yes No In Rural Areas - Project impact will not increase the LOS need 1 officer
per 2,000 population served.
Fire In Urban Growth Areas -
Yes No The proponent has provided proof from the applicable water purveyor that
the project provides fire flow in accordance with the Coordinated Water System Plan
(Section 4 Minimum Design Standards) and the Uniform Fire Code. Actual Fire Flow
requirement shall be set by the jurisdiction(s) having planning authority over the
particular UGA and Coordinated through the Skagit County Fire Marshal.
Yes No NA The authority having jurisdiction (Skagit County Fire Marshall’s
Office) has the capability of providing annual inspections of the proposed commercial or
Yes No The fire suppression provider has the ability to comply with the following
90 percent of the time:
a) Within 5 minutes response time, delivering up to 200 gallons per minute
(gpm) fire flow in an offensive (interior) attack, with a minimum of 4
firefighters for responses to structural fires, vehicle fires, other outside
fires, motor vehicle accidents, activated fire alarm systems or other
hazardous conditions; capable of delivering a minimum of Basic Life
Support including defibrillation with a minimum of 1 First Responder or
Emergency Medical Technician for medical responses.
b) Within 10 minutes response time, supporting the interior structural fire
attack with teams which may include a ventilation team, a search &
rescue team, a team for a backup line and standby firefighters totaling
between 8 and 12 firefighters on-scene; providing Heavy Rescue
capability, including heavy hydraulics, at motor vehicle accidents.
c) Within 20 minutes response time, delivering 1500 gpm fire flow in a
sustained defensive attack mode for structural fire responses. For
buildings larger than 10,000 sq. ft., delivering 2000 gpm and have an
elevated master stream capability.
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