Many Cities impose a local Business & Occupation (B&O) tax. This tax is in addition to the B&O tax imposed by the State of Washington. The Department of Revenue does not administer or collect local Business & Occupation taxes. The City of Ruston requires business to submit B&O taxes quarterly, even if the amount owed … Continued
We offer benefits including health, dental, vision & life insurance. The City of Ruston is an active member in the Association of Washington Cities. We also participate in the DARS retirement systems.
Please email the City Planner, Rob White at email@example.com and your questions will be posted on this page with the answer.
Yes. The Planning Commission included requirements for public access along the entire shoreline jurisdiction, not just the portion which fronts on Commencement Bay.
Yes. The Planning Commission has directed the staff to include provisions for a kayak launch within the draft SMP.
Yes. The Planning Commission has directed the staff to include provisions for marina construciton within the draft SMP.
Yes. The Planning Commission has directed the staff to include provisions for a deep water port for cruise ship docking within the draft SMP.
The Planning Commission and staff do not anticipate an conflicts between the final SMP and the recently approved Point Ruston Master Development Plan (PRMDP). Future amendments to the PRMDP will be required to comply with the final SMP.
The Planning Commission and City Council are committed to working on the draft SMP document beginning in August 2018, until it is ready for final approval by the Washington State Department of Ecology later in mid 2019.
When you pick up your permit, you will receive a building perm inspection placard listing all of the inspections you will need during construction. When all of your inspections are approved, you will receive a final inspection and your project is complete. Visit the Building Department page to request an inspection