Lynnwood Planning Commission to hold Public Hearing on update of Comprehensive Plan on April 23

great dealThe Lynnwood Planning Commission will be holding a Public Hearing to solicit comments on the update and amendments to the Lynnwood Comprehensive Plan

The meeting will be at 7 p.m., April 23  in the Council Chambers in City Hall, 19100 44th Ave. W., Lynnwood, Interested citizens are invited to attend this public hearing and to provide comments, either orally or in writing. Prior to the hearing, written comments may be submitted to the contact person listed below. Final decisions on the proposed amendments will be made by the City Council.

The 2015 Comprehensive Plan Update is an update to the city’s 20-year plan regarding future growth, development and services. The Plan helps to evaluate the long-term interests of the residents of Lynnwood and articulates the community’s vision. The Plan update provides an opportunity and stakeholders to express goals and interests, guides future decision-making and coordinate city infrastructure development and funding.

In addition to the Comprehensive Plan Update, the following amendments to Lynnwood’s Comprehensive Plan and development regulations are being considered: Mixed-Use (MU) Amendment – Future Land Use Map and Official Zoning Map are being amended to change the land use designation from MU (Mixed Use) to RC (Regional Commercial) and zoning from MU (Mixed-Use Zone) to PCD (Planned Commercial Development).

For specific information regarding all text and map amendments, review the City’s Comprehensive Plan Update webpage.

The City of Lynnwood is scheduled to update its Comprehensive Plan by June 30, 2015. The Planning Commission has previously held study sessions regarding each of the Comprehensive Plan elements. The public hearing will allow the public to comment on the proposed amendments.

The file on this project is maintained in the Community Development Department office at 4114 198th St. SW, Lynnwood, WA 98036  For additional information, please contact Corbitt Loch, Deputy Planning Director, at 425-670-5406,

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