How do I find out if my property is within Snohomish City limits?
There are several ways to determine whether your property is located within the City limits of Snohomish, or in unincorporated Snohomish County. Do not rely on your mailing address; many "Snohomish" addresses are for properties that are actually in unincorporated areas. Check the Snohomish County Assessor's website or your property tax bill. If property taxes are paid to the County or a different jurisdiction, then the property is not in the City of Snohomish.

You may also click the link below to view the map of Snohomish City limits. If the property is outside the shaded area, it is not in Snohomish.
Snohomish City limits

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1. How do I find out if my property is within Snohomish City limits?
2. How close to the property line can I build?
3. What is the purpose of a building permit?
4. Do I need a building permit?
5. How much will my building permit cost?
6. Who do I contact with questions about the permit application process?
7. What is required for permit submittal?
8. Do I need to hire a professional to do the plans?
9. Can I act as my own contractor?
10. How do I request an inspection?
11. When does my building permit expire?
12. How long does it take to get a permit?
13. What should I do with my permit?
14. Do I need to get a permit for a fence?
15. What is the SSPP and how do I use it?
16. How do I find out if my neighbor has a permit?