Clark County Land Management System

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Permit Center closed to in-person services, effective March 18

In an abundance of caution due to concerns regarding the COVID-19 virus, Community Development is closed to in-person services. 

The closure decision was made in consideration of the health of customers, employees and the community. 

We encourage our customers to use online services. Customers may contact staff by phone or email.

Permit application submittal guidelines 

We are requesting all applicants to apply online prior to making their permit application appointment. 

Please do not upload documents for building or fire applications.

For new applications, revision submittal, or permit issuance, an appointment is required. Email us at to schedule your appointment. Important information will be emailed to you regarding your appointment. Please follow the directions in the email.

You will not be meeting with a staff member when submitting a new application or revisions. Separate appointments are required to apply for and to pick up your permit. 

Building inspections will continue as normal until further notice.

Follow these guidelines:

Checks are not being accepted during the Permit Center closure. All fees must be paid online. 
*A standard convenience fee will apply to online payments.

Online permitting 

You can register, apply for, in most cases pay, and track permits online via the public portal from the comfort of your office or home! 

Available online:

  • Building 
  • Fire 
  • Land Use Review 
  • Development Engineering 
  • Wetland/Habitat
  • Public Works Forestry
  • Public Works Development Inspection

Be sure to visit the CC LMS Training page where you will learn how to create an account, estimate fees, apply for a permit, or sign up for training.   

Check back with us frequently as we announce new features, releases, and planned maintenance on our systems.

Key points to remember:

  • Anyone with an online account can apply for a permit
  • Complete this simple registration to create an account
  • Refer to the Tidemark to LMS Crosswalk to determine the new permit type
  • View or download a How-To Guide
  • Quick Permits:  Apply and pay online, print from your browser
    * A standard convenience fee will apply to online payments


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Adoption of building codes

The adoption of 2018 building codes is delayed from July 1, 2020 to February 1, 2021. 

E-Check service fee increased

Effective September 7, the convenience fee for e-Checks increased by 50 cents for check validation.

Battle Ground and Ridgefield fire permits

The Clark County Fire Marshal’s Office no longer contracts with the cities of Battle Ground or Ridgefield. If your site is within those jurisdictions, contact them for permit information. To find your jurisdiction, use MapsOnline:

Master Plan

Master Plan for residential production builders is now available online. Inquiries can be directed to Building Safety at 564.397.4557 or email