Lynnwood City Council to hold Public Hearing on Essential Public Facilities, consider Clare Planned Unit Development at Monday’s meeting

great dealThe Lynnwood City Council will be having a Public Hearing on the siting process for Essential Public Facilities (EPF) during Monday’s business meeting.

A proposed amendment would reinforce the City’s compliance with the Washington State Growth Management Act (GMA) and facilitate public participation and City decision-making when EPFs are proposed in Lynnwood. Draft provisions include definitions and siting processes for local EPFs and regional EPFs. The Council is expected to take action after the Public Hearing.

The City Council also is scheduled to consider the final plat for the Clare Planned Unit Development, a subdivision of a 1.16 acre parcel into six single-family lots, located at 4620 210th Street SW (4620 209th Street SW). The Council may take action on the issue in the form of a resolution.

Lynnwood’s subdivision regulations limit the number of lots created by short subdivision (short plat) to four. State law now allows local jurisdictions to increase the number of lots created by short plat to nine, and staff will be proposing that change later this year as a way to eliminate unnecessary steps during development review.

The meeting will be at 7 p.m. in the Council Chambers at City Hall, 19100 44th Ave. W., Lynnwood.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Real first and last names — as well as city of residence — are required for all commenters.
This is so we can verify your identity before approving your comment.