Community Development Department
The Community Development Department is responsible for working with community members, elected officials, project applicants, and others to establish a collective vision for the community. The department is tasked with establishing and enforcing regulations that will result in the realization of this vision.
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Public Notices, Comprehensive Plan, Hearing Examiner, Floodplain Management, Park Planning, Environmental Review, Long Range Transportation, Affordable Housing, Annexation/Urban Growth.
The Online Permit Center also provides public access to the current status of permits, permit reports, inspection requests and activity, as well as access to reference material and documentation.
We make great products, people and events here in Ferndale. If you’re looking for a place to start a new business or relocate an existing one, here are some great reasons why your products should be Ferndale Made.
The Shoreline Management Act (SMA) requires each city and county to review, and, if necessary, revise their Shoreline Management Program (SMP) at least once every eight years. The legislature set a schedule that requires the City of Ferndale to complete this review by June 30, 2020.
Whether you are making a renovation to your home or developing a subdivision, we have the information you need to get started. Click here to explore our permitting process, fee information, development resources and more.