2009 King County Comprehensive Plan Update:
Executive recommended amendments
Each year, technical changes can be made to the King County Comprehensive Plan.
The Executive Recommended 2009 Comprehensive Plan amendments to the King County Comprehensive Plan 2008 propose modifications to development codes and an analysis of the Regional Trails Needs Report. No property-specific land use or zoning changes are proposed.
The proposed 2009 amendments are available for viewing below, listed by section.
Copies are also available at the King County Department of Development and Environmental Services, 900 Oakesdale Avenue SW, Renton (see map and directions). To request a copy, please e-mail email@example.com.
Proposed 2009 Comprehensive Plan amendments
CoverPDF* (30KB) or MS Word* (24KB)
IntroductionPDF* (33KB) or MS Word* (34KB)
Analysis of Equity and Social Justice for the Regional Trails Needs ReportPDF* (20KB) or MS Word* (39KB)
Regional Trail System priority summaryPDF* (20KB) or MS Excel* (36KB)
Map: Regional Trails Needs Project, PDF* (1.2MB)
Proposed code amendment summaryPDF* (27KB) or MS Word* (46KB)
Proposed ordinance 2009-0171: Permit extensionsPDF* (21KB) or MS Word* (40KB)
Proposed ordinance 2009-0172: Lot recognitionPDF* (13KB) or MS Word* (32KB)
Proposed ordinance 2009-0173: Postcard noticePDF* (40KB) or MS Word* (56KB)
Proposed ordinance 2009-0174: Zoning codePDF* (40KB) or MS Word* (56KB)
To view the public review draft for the 2009 Update, see the Comp Plan archive.
Final approval of the 2009 amendments
Executive Sims transmitted his Executive Recommended 2009 Comprehensive Plan amendments to the King County Council on March 2, 2009 for their review and approval.
Beginning in spring 2009, the King County Council Physical Environment Committee will review the Executive Recommended amendments. Final adoption of the amendments is expected later this year.
Proposed update of the Shoreline Master Program
The proposed update of the Shoreline Master Program, which was circulated for public comment to be included as part of the 2009 King County Comprehensive Plan update, was not included in the March 2, 2009 transmittal of the Executive Recommended 2009 update of the King County Comprehensive Plan to the King County Council.
The Executive Recommended Shoreline Master Program was transmitted on Nov. 5, 2009 to the King County Council for consideration. Please see the Executive Recommended King County Shoreline Master Program for updated information.
For more information
For questions about the King County Comprehensive Plan or the 2009 update, contact Paul Reitenbach at 206-296-6705 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
For questions about the King County Shoreline Master Program update, contact Harry Reinert at 206-296-7132 or e-mail email@example.com.
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To request this information in alternate formats for people with disabilities, call 206-296-6600 or TTY Relay: 711.