If you submit an application to Thurston County government, County Codes may require staff to conduct on-property inspections. Some inspections are done to check regulated land, soil or water conditions. Other inspections are done to verify that a construction site or structure meets code. If you expect a visit from County staff today, check Today's Inspection Schedule for times.
Building Inspections (Inspections by: Development Services Department)
Plan Review | Building Inspections | What Building Inspectors Look for | Today's Inspection Schedule | Schedule or Cancel Building Inspection | Inspection Fees | Plan Reviews | Video & Remote Inspection
Gopher Inspections & Other Protected Lands & Habitats (Inspections by: Development Services Department)
Gophers | Prairie Plants | Oak | Other protected species | Shorelines | Wetlands | Aquifer Recharge Areas | What Critical Area Inspectors Look for | Today's Inspection Schedule | Schedule Critical Area Inspection | Inspection Fees
Floods & Hazard Area Inspections (Inspections by: Development Services Department)
Flood Zones | Land-Slide Hazards
Driveways, Road & Site Drainage Inspections (Inspections by: Public Works' Development Review Department)
Driveways | Road Access | Stormwater Drainage & Engineered Drainage Plans
Septic, Well & Water Inspections (Inspections by: Environmental Health Department)
Septic | Water Sources | Wells | Water Testing | What Septic Inspectors Look for | Today's Inspection Schedule | Inspection Fees | Schedule or Cancel Septic Inspection
The County's Elected Officials Adopt All Codes & Authorize Staff Inspection Requirements
All County Codes, inspection requirements and procedures are reviewed or adopted by the County's elected officials, the Board of County Commissioners before being implemented.