Community Development

The Community Development Department is located in:
Pullman City Hall
190 SE Crestview St, Bldg A
Pullman, WA 99163

The Community Development Department encompasses: Planning, Protective Inspections (building permits & inspections), Economic Development, and GIS. Its functions include activities related to development services and long-range community planning, and assists the community and its stakeholders in establishing land use plans, economic development, and ensuring the quality of new projects through the development permit process. The Department provides all development-related services in one location including planning permits, building permits, building inspections, plan checking, site plan review, and GIS mapping. The Department also provides staff liaisons for the Planning Commission, the Historic Preservation Commission, and the Hearing Examiner.

Community Development Annual Reports are located here.

Posted Notices

This map shows public notice postings for the Community Development Department. Touch or click a posting location to see details and documents related to that posting.

News & Announcements

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SEPA 22-03 Mader Rock Excavation Resubmittal - Updated

The City of Pullman has issued a Preliminary Mitigated Determination of Nonsignificance for a proposal submitted by Mader Development which involves excavating and crushing rock for use throughout the construction of adjacent development.

Port of Whitman County Rezone - updated

The City of Pullman Community Development Department has received an application from the Port of Whitman County requesting a rezone of approximately 84 acres of land near U.S. Highway 195 and Old Wawawai Road.

Understanding the Rezone Application Process

The City of Pullman has launched a zone change webpage and a flowchart dedicated to helping the community understand the zone change application process, especially opportunities for public comment.

City Requests Additional Materials for the Port's Rezone Application

After review, the City of Pullman Community Development Department asked that the Port of Whitman County supply more information regarding their rezoning application for a proposed Agriculture Advancement Campus in Pullman.