Rule Updates

Rules Under Development

Program Fee Increases

All updates for this rule:

Fee Increases (Chapter 296-200A WAC, Chapter 296-96 WAC, Chapter 296-150C WAC, Chapter 296-150F WAC, Chapter 296-150I WAC, Chapter 296-150M WAC, Chapter 296-150P WAC, Chapter 296-150R WAC, Chapter 296-150T WAC, Chapter 296-150V WAC)

The rulemaking increases fees for the Contractor Registration, Elevator, and Factory Assembled Structures (FAS) programs by 4%, the Office of Financial Managementís maximum allowable fiscal growth factor rate for fiscal year 2019. The Department evaluated each programís budget and projected revenue, and determined these fee increases to be necessary in order to support increased operating expenses for required inspections and other public safety activities. The department is increasing fees for the following rules: Contractor Registration (Chapter 296-200A WAC, Contractor Certificate of Registration Renewals Ė Security Ė Insurance); Elevator (Chapter 296-96 WAC, Safety Regulations and fees for all elevators, dumbwaiters, escalators and other conveyances); and Factory Assembled Structures (Chapter 296-150C WAC, Commercial coaches; Chapter 296-150F WAC, Factory-built housing and commercial structures; Chapter 296-150I WAC, Manufactured home installer training and certification program; Chapter 296-150M WAC, Manufactured homes; Chapter 296-150P WAC, Recreational park trailers; Chapter 296-150R WAC, Recreational vehicles; Chapter 296-150T WAC, Factory-built temporary worker housing structures; and Chapter 296-150V WAC, Conversion vendor units and medical units). The changes were adopted 12/4/2018 and became effective on 1/4/2019.832.


Rule Changes Effective


PDF: Adoption (Rule-Making Order CR-103)

PDF: Adopted Rule Language


Public Hearing


Comments Due


PDF: Proposed Rulemaking (CR 102)

PDF: Proposed Rule Language


PDF: Preproposal (CR-101)

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