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Public Hearing - Church/Parkwood Subdivision PPA14001 / SEP14017
Preliminary Plat Application to subdivide two lots totaling 2.98 acres into 15 single-family residential lots in the R-6 zoning district. Construction will include grading, erosion control, street frontage improvements, tree protection, and drainage improvements. Environmental (SEPA) review is required for developments of five or more lots and when critical areas exist on the site.
Thursday, August 20, 2015 @ 7:00 PM
Woodinville City Hall, Council Chambers
Complete Announcement Details
CANCELLED - City Council Meeting for Tuesday, August 4, 11 and 18, 2015
The Woodinville City Council has cancelled its meetings of:
Tuesday, August 4, 11 and 18, 2015
The next regular scheduled meeting is Tuesday,
CANCELLED - Planning Commission Meetings for August 5 and August 19, 2015
The Woodinville Planning Commission has cancelled its regular meetings of Wednesday, August 5th, 2015 and
Wednesday, August 19th, 2015.
The next scheduled meeting is September 2, 2015.
Notice of Availability - City of Woodinville Comprehensive Plan & Municipal Code Update Final Planned Action EIS
Notice is hereby given under WAC 197-11-460 and WAC 197-11-510 that the City of Woodinville is issuing a Final Planned Action Environmental Impact Statement (Final EIS) for the proposed adoption of the 2015 Comprehensive Plan and Municipal Code Update.
Description of proposal
The Proposal is the update of the Woodinville Comprehensive Plan to meet Growth Management Act requirements due by June 2015. The Comprehensive Plan inventory, goals, policies, and implementation strategies are proposed for update, including: Introduction, Land Use & Community Design, Housing, Economic Development, Parks and Recreation, Transportation, Capital Facilities, Utilities, and Environmental Elements.
Comprehensive Land Use Plan and policy amendments would also result in changes to development regulations. In addition the City wishes to streamline and revise its code format and content. Zoning, critical areas, grading, and other development regulations are proposed for evaluation and update.
Further, the City is considering the use of State Environmental Policy Act (SEPA) tools such as a planned action ordinance to promote the vision of mixed use growth in the Central Business District (CBD) where development that meets City codes and performance standards would have a streamlined SEPA process and rely on this Comprehensive Plan EIS rather than require a new threshold determination.
A range of land use and policy options are studied in the EIS including the current plan (Alternative 1) and Alternatives 2 and 3 that consider different land use and regulatory changes and associated growth levels.