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After nearly two decades, King County has initiated a new subarea planning program. Beginning with the 2016 Comprehensive Plan, the geographical boundaries of the County's Seven Community Service Areas are being used as the framework for subarea plans created and amended from that point forward.  Learn more here.

Active Plans

Plans adopted after the 1994 Comprehensive Plan, the first plan under the Washington State Growth Management Act, that remain active today include the following:

Community Plan Archive

The term "Community Plan" was used to identify the geographic areas that had detailed plans created between 1973 and 1994.  Many other plans contain valuable policies and historical information and will be reviewed during the CSA Planning Program noted above.

Other Plans


For more information please contact:

Kevin LeClair
Subarea Planner
Dept. of Local Services, Permitting Division

Ivan Miller, AICP
Comprehensive Planning Manager
Performance, Strategy and Budget