The Seattle Department of Construction and Inspections (SDCI) and Seattle’s Arts Office offer free guidance and assistance for cultural space projects that require building and/or land use permits. Please use this survey to tell us about your project. The more you can tell us, the more coaching we can provide. If you choose to provide limited information we will still assist you as best we can. If you provide inaccurate information our assistance will be imperfect. We will use your answers to research and identify City and other jurisdictional requirements. It may take a couple of business days for us to respond to this survey.

Tell us about you

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* 1. Your Name

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* 2. E-Mail

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* 3. Project Address

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* 4. Are you the owner or the tenant?

Tell us your questions

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* 5. What are you trying to do?

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* 6. What are the obstacles you and/or your organization are facing in regard to permitting your arts and cultural space and satisfying City of Seattle regulations?

Tell us about the space/building

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* 7. What portion(s) of the building are you considering?

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* 8. What is currently in the space(s) you are considering?

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* 9. What other activities and uses are in the building currently?

Tell us about the organization

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* 10. What is the name of the organization?

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* 11. In your own words, tell us about what you and/or your organization does.

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* 12. What else should we know about?

Tell us about the project history

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* 13. Do you have a project number? If so, what is it?

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* 14. Are you working with a design professional/architect and/or engineer?

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* 15. In your own words, tell us about the project up to this point in time.

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* 16. How would you rate your understanding of City of Seattle requirements and regulations on a scale? Left/1 meaning you don't understand; Right/10 meaning you do understand.

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The City of Seattle, as represented by its Arts Office and SDCI, commits to an anti-racist work practice to move toward systems that benefit us all. In alignment with the City's Race and Social Justice Initiative, we seek new solutions that use arts as a strategy to drive not only our offices, but the City as a whole, toward racial equity and social justice. The piloting of this Arts Permit Liaison position is an attempt to bring greater equity to the permitting process. By assisting projects representing cultural communities through the complicated world of permitting and code compliance, we seek to level the playing field and invest in traditionally under-invested communities

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